A software application from Apple Computer that provides users with a way to author desktop movies and still images, then write the project to a recordable DVD disc. DVD discs created with iDVD on an Apple DVD-R drive are compatible with most standard set-top and computer-based DVD players.
iDisk is a service offered by Apple, which is touted as a personal hard disk on the Internet. iDisk allows Mac users to store files on Apple’s servers and access them online from any Internet-connected computer (Mac or Windows). A Mac account comes with 250 MB of combined iDisk and Mac Mail storage and 3 […]
Short for the Internet Fibre Channel Protocol, iFCP allows an organization to extend Fibre Channel storage networks over the Internet by using TCP/IP. TCP is responsible for managing congestion control as well as error detection and recovery services. iFCP allows an organization to create an IP SAN fabric that minimizes the Fibre Channel fabric component […]
(1) The term used to describe the theft of laptop computers when the perpetrator literally grabs the laptop out of the owner’s hand and runs away with it. (2) The theft of personal information to assume an identity and commit fraud. As defined by Intersections Inc., iJacking is an emotionally devastating crime that drains your […]
Short for Internet Keyed Payment, iKP is a set of protocols proposed by IBM Research in Hawthorne and Zurich, for electronic payments over open networks. iKP technology is based on RSA public-key cryptography and provides the architecture for credit card transactions between the customer and the merchant, while using the existing financial network for approval […]