Business service management (BSM) is an IT management buzzword that has been adopted by many vendors that are using the term to market their products and services. BSM, as a technology term, refers to managing IT based on end-to-end services. It also conveys an understanding of the marketing place for enterprise products considering the work employees carry out in support of those enterprise products and managing IT resources in ways that best support that work.
The term business service management is derived from ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library) version 3, which defines BSM as “an approach to the management of IT Services that considers the business processes supported and the business value provided.”
Bluebugging allows skilled individuals to access the mobile phone commands using Bluetooth wireless technology without notifying or alerting the phone’s user. This vulnerability allows the hacker to initiate phone calls, send and read SMS, read and write phonebook contacts, eavesdrop on phone conversations, and connect to the Internet. As with all the attacks, the hacker […]
)(1) In graphical user interfaces, a button is a small outlined area in a dialog box that you can click to select an option or command. (2) A mouse button is a button on a mouse that you click to perform various functions, such as selecting an object.
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An unintentional conditioned air leak that prevents a data center air cooling system from reaching some computer equipment. The cooled air may escape thorough cabling holes, escape under cabinets, or through holes in the walls or ceiling.
Abbreviation for binary term, a unit of storage capable of holding a single character. On almost all modern computers, a byte is equal to 8 bits. Large amounts of memory are indicated in terms of kilobytes (1,024 bytes), megabytes (1,048,576 bytes), and gigabytes (1,073,741,824 bytes).