A distributed stream computing system developed by IBM that is designed to host applications that mine massive volumes and rates of streaming data for information.
- System folder
A standard folder on Macintoshes that contains the System and Finder programs, as well as other resources needed by the operating system.
- Systems Network Architecture (SNA)
SNA is short for Systems Network Architecture. Systems Network Architecture is a set of network protocols developed by IBM. Originally designed in 1974 for IBM’s mainframe computers, SNA has evolved over the years so that it now also supports peer-to-peer networks of workstations.
- Sabily Linux
Sabily is a free and open source operating system based on the Ubuntu Linux distribution. One main feature that distinguishes Sabily from other Ubuntu Linux distribution is that Sabily was designed by Muslims for Muslims. The Sabily open source operating system offers Islamic software such as Islamic prayer time applications (minbar, firefox-praytimes), a Qur’an study […]
- safe mode
A specific way for the Windows operating system to load when there is a system-critical problem interfering with the normal operation of Windows. Safe mode allows the user to troubleshoot the operating system to determine what is not functioning properly. For example, adding new software or drivers for a hardware device to the system can […]
- safe title area
The area where titles (text) is legible on all television screens regardless of the manufacturer or technology used in manufacturing the device. If the television has been custom-adjusted by the user, the safe area may be different than the standard. The safe area represents approximately 80 percent of the screen, measured outwards from the center. […]