A key on computer keyboards that turns insert mode on and off. The Insert key does not work for all programs, but most word processors and text editors support it.
- Instruction-Level Parallelism
Abbreviated as ILP, Instruction-Level Parallelism is a measurement of the number of operations that can be performed simultaneously in a computer program. Microprocessors exploit ILP by executing multiple instructions from a single program in a single cycle.
Intarweb is a sarcastic-like slang word used to refer to the Internet, or more specifically, the World Wide Web. Usually the term is used to describe the masses of unknowledgeable users logging on to the Internet (e.g., a user might say to a new person, in jest, “So you’ve joined the Intarweb, did you?”).
- Integrated Facilities Management Systems
Integrated Facilities Management Systems (IFMS) is an IT based fiscal and financial management information system (budgeting and accounting system) that will assist government and other entities to initiate, spend and monitor their budgets, initiate and process their payments, and manage and report on their financial activities. It bundles the essential financial management functions into one […]
- Integrated PAD Software
A software product emulating a PAD and requires a computer supporting an X.25 connection. It generally provides an asynchronous terminal emulator, but can use existing ones such as ATE or CU. [Source: IBM Information center]
The world’s largest manufacturer of computer chips. Although it has been challenged in recent years by newcomers AMD and Cyrix, Intel still dominates the market for PC microprocessors. Nearly all PCs are based on Intel’s x86 architecture. Intel was founded in 1968 by Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore. Strategically, it is closely allied with Microsoft […]