Short for virtual Card (also called electronic card), vCard is a specification that defines the format of an “Electronic Business Card.” vCards are often attached in e-mail messages, but can also be exchanged through other ways on the World Wide Web. Usually a vCard will contain a business name, address, phone number, URL, logo and other business information. In 1996, the Internet Mail Consortium took on responsibility for the development and promotion of vCard.
A 1Vision Software Inc., product that manages network-attached storage (NAS) to bring all storage volumes together into a single environment that looks and behaves like a single storage device.
A 1Vision Software Inc., product that provides server and network-attached storage (NAS) aggregation. Using vSERV, all user data from server storage systems and any attached NAS devices merged into a single directory structure to work as if it were one virtual device.
(n.) Verification that something is correct or conforms to a certain standard. In data collection or data entry, it is the process of ensuring that the data that are entered fall within the accepted boundaries of the application collecting the data. For example, if a program is collecting last names to be entered in a […]
- vampire tap
A cable connection used to connect transceivers to a Thicknet coaxial cable in an Ethernet network in a bus topology. Instead of cutting the cable and attaching connectors to both ends of the severed coaxial cable, a vampire tap pierces through (hence the name vampire) the insulating layer of the cable and makes direct contact […]
(adj.) Without added features. A “vanilla PC,” for example, would be a PC with all standard components.