data center management
Data center management refers to the role of an individual within the data center (data center manager) who is responsible for overseeing technical and IT issues within the data center. This includes computer and server operations, data entry, data security, data quality control and management of the services and applications used for data processing.
Data center management integrates into other IT systems for complete data synchronization including virtual systems, proprietary systems, and automation. Data center management requires a number of tools, IT policies and strategies to create and maintain a secure and efficient data center.
- cobot collaborative robot
A slang term used to describe any robot that has been designed to work in collaboration with a human, as a co-worker would. The phrase cobot is short for collaborative robot. Cobots were invented by professors at the Laboratory for Intelligent Mechanical Systems (LIMS) at Northwestern University, in conjunction with automotive manufacturers.
- computer stoned
A slang term used to describe a person who has spent too many hours in front of a computer resulting in a drug-like induced state of being. Symptoms of being computer stoned includes fatigue, headache, sore eyes, bloodshot eyes or a lack of energy.
- Network Support Engineer
A network support engineer focuses on the maintenance of an existing corporate network, either as part of the organization’s internal IT support team or as technical support staff of a third-party network technology provider. Network support may extend from testing and troubleshooting problems to regular maintenance. Support engineers contribute high-level support such as strategic planning […]
- Project Administrator
The IT project administrator contributes essential administrative support to coordinate a technical team, typically under the direction of a project manager or leader. Duties of a project administrator include all aspects of facilitating a project: scheduling meeting times and locations, taking meeting minutes, developing presentations, and arranging training for project staff. In addition, the project […]
- cloud portability
In cloud (cloud computing) terminology, the phrase “cloud portability” means the ability to move applications and its associated data between one cloud provider and another — or between public and private cloud environments.