A setting commonly found on broadband router firmware. Inbound Filters are used to limit access to a server on your own network. Filter rules can be used with virtual server, port forwarding or remote administration features.
See “Common Router Settings” in the Quick Reference section of
- Inbound link
In search engine optimization (SEO) terminology Inbound link is the same as backlink.
- Incident Management Activities
In ITIL terminology, Incident Management Activities includes best practices for dealing with incident management, which is a set pattern of actions that can be taken to resolve the incident. Incident Management Activities include the following: Incident detection and reporting Classification and initial support Investigation and diagnosis Resolution and recovery Incident closure Incident ownership
A codec (compression/decompression technology) for computer video developed by Intel Corporation. Although it is a software -only codec, Indeo is based on the DVI, which is a hardware -only codec. Competing video standards include Cinepak and MPEG.
(n.) Indigo, part of Microsoft’s Windows operating system code-named Longhorn, unifies a variety of Microsoft technologies (COM+, MSMQ, ASP.NET Web services [ASMX], Remoting) and transports (HTTP, TCP, UDP, IPC) to create a single framework and runtime environment for building distributed systems. Indigo is suited for building Service Oriented (SO) systems. Service Orientation helps architects and […]
- Industry Foundation Classes
Industry Foundation Classes (IFCs) are data elements that represent the parts of buildings, or elements of the process, and contain the relevant information about those parts. IFCs are used by computer applications to assemble a computer readable model of the facility that contains all the information of the parts and their relationships to be shared […]