- event management
In ITIL v3, event management is an additional feature used to define a process that helps leverage automation to manage events to become more effective and efficient. ITIL defines an event as “any detectable or discernable occurrence that has significance for the management of the IT infrastructure or the delivery of IT service and evaluation […]
- event triggered e-mail
In e-mail marketing, an event triggered e-mail is a message that is sent to a list subscriber based on an event. For example, a special message or discount coupon can be sent to a subscriber on their birthday or anniversary date. The events are determined based on the information the subscriber provided when joining the […]
- evil twin
Evil twin is a type of Wi-Fi attack, similar in nature to Web site spoofing and e-mail phishing attacks. Here’s how an evil twin attack works: A hacker sets its service identifier (SSID) to be the same as an access point at the local hotspot or corporate wireless network. The hacker disrupts or disables the […]
(1) 2 to the 60th power (1,152,921,504,606,846,976) bytes. An exabyte is equal to 1,024 petabytes. (2) When capitalized, the name of a manufacturer of mass storage devices.
A condition, often an error, that causes the program or microprocessor to branch to a different routine. The terms interrupt and exception are very close in meaning. Both can be used to refer to either hardware or software. The only real difference is that an exception usually indicates an error condition.