A server solution that uses Microsoft Terminal Services software to deliver Windows applications to PCs, Apple Macintosh computers, X terminals and UNIX workstations. This enables users of those systems to access and use those programs which are available to those using the Windows operating system. Citrix servers use two technologies; WinFrame and Independent Computing Architecture (ICA).
- Class C network
In a 32-bit IP address, the number of bits used to identify the network and the host vary according to the network class of the address. In a Class C network, the first 3 bits, or the high-order bits, are always “110.” The next 21 bits are used to define the Class C network, and […]
- Class Speed Rating
A defined speed/class rating for Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) memory cards. See SDHC.
A Microsoft technology that is used to improve the appearance of text on your screen. It improves readability on color LCD displays with a digital interface, such as laptops and flat panel displays. Readability on CRT screens can also be somewhat improved. ClearType is included in Windows XP as well as in Microsoft handheld computers.
- Clearing House Interbank Payments Company
The Clearing House Interbank Payments Company, or CHIPS, is a bank-owned payments system for clearing large value payments. CHIPS is a real-time, final payments system for U.S. dollars and handles more than 95 percent of all dollar payments moving among countries around the world, including foreign trade payments and currency exchanges.
- Client Application Services
Client Application Services is the name of the client and services framework provided by ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions and .NET 3.5 to configure and develop .NET Framework Windows clients that can use ASP.NET application services. Client Application Services enables multiple Windows and Web applications to share user management functionality, such as login, role and profile […]