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mobile security (wireless security)

Mobile security is the protection of smartphones, tablets, laptops and other portable computing devices, and the networks they connect to, from threats and vulnerabilities associated with wireless computing. Mobile... Read Full Definition

data center bridging (DCB)

DCB is a suite of IEEE standards designed to enable lossless transport over Ethernet and a converged network for all data center applications. Read Full Definition

enterprise risk management (ERM)

Enterprise risk management (ERM) is the process of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling the activities of an organization in order to minimize the effects of risk on an organization's capital and earnings. Read Full Definition

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zero-based thinking (ZBT)

Zero-based thinking (ZBT) is a decision-making process based on imagining yourself back at the point before particular decisions were made, and free to make those decisions with the knowledge that you have now ... Read Full Definition

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email security gateway

An email security gateway is a product or service that is designed to prevent the transmission of emails that break company policy, send malware or transfer information with malicious intent. Read Full Definition

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mobile app security

Mobile app security is the extent of protection that mobile device application programs (apps) have from malware and the activities of crackers and other criminals. Read Full Definition

net-zero energy building

A net-zero energy (NZE) building is one that produces as much energy, from renewable sources, as it uses. Buildings that produce almost as much energy as they use are sometimes called near-zero energy buildings. Read Full Definition

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exit strategy

An exit strategy is a planned approach to terminating a situation in a way that will maximize benefit or minimize damage. Read Full Definition

burnout

Burnout is persistent exhaustion and a lack of engagement caused by long-term stress, usually as a result of multiple workplace and personal responsibilities. Read Full Definition

power cycling

Power cycling is the process of turning hardware off and then turning it on again. In the data center, technicians use power cycling to test the durability and reliability of network components. Read Full Definition

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