A small desktop model computer. See under desktop model computer.
(v.) To add enhancements to or fix bugs in software without creating a new version number to identify the changes. (adj.) Refers to a fix or enhancement that was made to software without creating a new version number to identify the changes. The term is used, for example, to refer to a slipstream repair or […]
An opening in a computer where you can insert a printed circuit board. Slots are often called expansion slots because they allow you to expand the capabilities of a computer. The boards you insert in expansion slots are called expansion boards or add-on boards. Do not confuse slots with bays. Bays are sites within the […]
Also called a slocket or a riser, a slotket is an adapter that accepts socket 370 CPUs into Slot 1 motherboards. Computer owners can upgrade their systems with the newest CPUs, such as current and future Celerons and Pentiums, without having to replace their Slot 1 motherboards for the new 370s.
- Small Business
A small business is a privately owned and operated business. A small business typically has a small number of employees. In the United States, the legal definition of a small business is determined by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), which sets the criteria to be used by the SBA in making small business determinations. […]
- Small Business CRM
In CRM (customer relationship management) terminology, the phrase small business CRM is used to describe a lightweight CRM application that is designed to meet the needs of a small business. Customer relationship management solutions provide you with the customer business data to help you provide services or products that your customers want, provide better customer […]