A common name for Windows Mobile PDA devices, Pocket PCs usually offer smaller versions of Microsoft applications such as Word and Outlook. synchronization is done between the device and a Windows-based computer system.
The name of a mobile Web-based Twitter client for the iPhone. You can use it to see the latest tweets from your contacts or to update your status remotely. See “Social Media Tips for Online Marketing Plus 30 Social Media Sites” in the Did You Know…? section of
A now-defunct company founded in 1992 to deliver news and other information over Internet connections. PointCast’s flagship product was PointCast Network, which sent customized news to users’ desktops. PointCast Network was free. To use it, you needed to download the PointCast client program, which was available from PointCast’s Web site and many other places. PointCast […]
- Port to Application Mapping
Abbreviated as PAM, Port to Application Mapping is a feature of the Cisco IOS Firewall that allows you to customize TCP or UDP port numbers for network services or applications. Using the port information, PAM establishes a table of default port-to-application mapping information at the firewall. PAM also supports host or subnet specific port mapping, […]
A page description language (PDL) developed by Adobe Systems. PostScript is primarily a language for printing documents on laser printers, but it can be adapted to produce images on other types of devices. PostScript is the standard for desktop publishing because it is supported by imagesetters, the very high-resolution printers used by service bureaus to […]
Pronounced “post gress cue ell.” PostgreSQL is an open source database system that began as an enhancement to the POSTGRES research prototype DBMS. Where POSTGRES used the PostQuel query language, PostgreSQL uses a subset of SQL.