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70 percent rule for productivity

According to the 70 percent rule, which has its roots in athletics, employees are most productive when a majority of their time is spent working at a less intense pace. That way, when work demands increase ... Read Full Definition

limited liability company (LLC)

A limited liability company (LLC) is a hybrid unincorporated business structure that combines the pass-through tax model of partnerships and sole proprietorships with the protection of individual assets provided by... Read Full Definition

MICR (magnetic ink character recognition)

MICR (magnetic ink character recognition) is a technology used to verify the legitimacy or originality of paper documents, especially checks. Read Full Definition

catastrophic failure

Catastrophic failure is a complete, sudden, often unexpected breakdown in a machine, electronic system, computer or network. This may occur as a result of a hardware event such as a disk drive crash, memory chip ... Read Full Definition

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VMware VMFS (Virtual Machine File System)

VMware VMFS (Virtual Machine File System) is a cluster file system that facilitates storage virtualization for multiple installations of VMware ESX Server, a hypervisor that partitions physical servers into ... Read Full Definition

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near-continuous data protection (near CDP)

Near-continuous data protection, sometimes called near-continuous protection, is a general term for backup and recovery products that take snapshots at set intervals. The term evolved from a need to differentiate ... Read Full Definition

integrated accounting system

An integrated accounting system is a type of software that combines major financial accounting functions into one application. Read Full Definition

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assistive technology (adaptive technology)

Assistive technology is a set of devices intended to help people who have disabilities. Read Full Definition


Systems with integrated fault tolerance are designed to withstand multiple hardware failures to ensure continuous availability. Read Full Definition