In computer viruses, @m is part of the McAfee naming convention for viruses and Trojans. McAfee attaches the @m suffix to the end of a virus name to indicate that this virus can transmit itself via e-mail. The single m indicates that this is a low-volume transmission, usually one e-mail transmitted per e-mail that a user receives.
In computer viruses @mm is part of the McAfee naming convention for viruses and Trojans. McAfee attaches the @mm suffix to the end of a virus name to indicate that this virus can transmit itself via e-mail. The double m indicates a high-volume transmission, usually hundreds of e-mails per infected machine.
On the Twitter Web site, the @reply means a Twitter update (tweet) that is directed to another user in reply to one of their updates. A @reply will be saved in the user’s replies tab. Replies are sent either by clicking the ‘reply’ icon next to an update or typing @ username message (e.g., @user […]
- @ sign
Pronounced at sign or simply as at, this symbol is used in e-mail addressing to separate the user��s name from the user��s domain name, both of which are necessary in order to transmit e-mails. For example, the e-mail address [email protected] indicates that the user named webmaster receives e-mail “at,” or “@,” the definithing.com domain.
Short for Extensible Media Commerce Language, an XML-based REL proposed by RealNetworks and then abandoned.
- an Enterprise Application
Enterprise application, enterprise app, enterprise software, and finally, enterprise application software (EAS) are all commonly used phrases to describe applications — or software — that a that a business would use to assist the organization in solving enterprise problems. What is an Enterprise Application? Enterprise application, enterprise app, enterprise software, and finally, enterprise application software […]