The fifth major update for Apple’s iOS mobile operating system that powers portable devices such as iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches. Apple iOS 5 debuted in October 2011 at the same time as the iPhone 4S and introduced powerful new features such as a built-in instant messaging client (iMessage), tabbed browsing in the Safari Web browser, a Notification Center for displaying a variety of alerts in one location, integrated support for Twitter, enhanced camera capabilities and the ability to wirelessly sync iOS devices to Macs or PCs over Wi-Fi connections.
iOS 5 also provides users with free access to Apple’s iCloud, a suite of services that enables automatic synchronization across computers and iOS devices of e-mail mailboxes and messages, calendars, documents, photos, iTunes music and more.
iCloud is a suite of free cloud-based services from Apple that helps users store and synchronize digital content across computers and numerous iOS-supported devices such as iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches. iCloud serves as the successor to Apple’s MobileMe service and is included free as part of Apple’s iOS 5, which first became available in […]
- application topology mapping
A subset of network topology and network mapping software, application topology mapping software tools are designed to map or diagram the layout of mission-critical applications in an enterprise, how different apps are connected to each other, how they can be accessed by various computers and networks, and how they are currently performing in terms of […]
- APM - application performance management
Tools and processes responsible for monitoring and managing the performance and availability of software applications. Application performance management (APM) tools alert IT staff to disruptions in availability and/or quality to end users when accessing mission-critical applications. Applications monitored by APM tools can include traditional non-connected applications, Web-enabled applications, streaming apps and cloud applications. In addition […]
A shell interface designed for the GNOME desktop environment running on the Ubuntu operating system. As a shell interface, Unity provides the underlying Ubuntu OS with a distinct, consistent look and feel while providing functionality for working with applications within the operating system. Unity first debuted in June 2010 in the netbook edition of Ubuntu […]
- Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA)
The Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA) is a standards organization — but not a formal standards body — that is comprised of leading virtualization, data center, and cloud providers. The goal of the organization, as described by the Open Virtualization Alliance, is to increase awareness and understanding of Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM), foster the adoption of […]