A product or service, especially common in the in the financial sector, where the provider of the service purchases a fully supported product from another source, then applies its own brand and identity to it, and sells it as its own product. The purchaser assumes the seller is selling its own product.
- white paper
A report on a topic given by an individual or group with authority on the topic, typically to explain the results of a development effort. Technology companies often publish white papers to explain newly developed technologies and can include an explanation of how the technology was developed, how it is used, benchmark and other testing […]
- White Screen of Death (WSoD)
Abbreviated WSoD, the White Screen of Death or simply “White Death” refers to an error or issue with an operating system that causes the computer or device to stop working and display only a white screen. The White Screen of Death most often refers to an Apple iPod or iPhone that has locked up due […]
An area on a display screen that multiple users can write or draw on. Whiteboards are a principal component of teleconferencing applications because they enable visual as well as audio communication.
In videoconferencing whiteboarding is the term used to describe the placement of shared documents on a participant’s on-screen whiteboard. This is a feature included with many videoconferencing software packages. Other features of whiteboarding are built-in tools for editing and marking up the electronic document, much as you would when using a traditional, physical whiteboard.
(n.) In Internet terminology, a generic name for a list of e-mail addresses or IP addresses that are considered to be spam free. Whitelists are used frequently with e-mail applications to allow users to compile lists of senders they wish to receive e-mail from. This list overrides any blacklists and spam filters, and allows the […]