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indemnification

In service level agreements (SLAs) and other legal contracts such as end-user license agreements (EULAs), indemnification is the part of an agreement that provides for one party to bear the monetary costs, either ... Read Full Definition

IT asset disposition (ITAD)

IT asset disposition (ITAD) is the business built around disposing of obsolete or unwanted equipment in a safe and ecologically-responsible manner. ITAD vendors specialize in the process of streamlining ... Read Full Definition

Hyper-V Replica

Hyper-V Replica is a free disaster recovery tool in Hyper-V 3.0 that creates and maintains copies of virtual machines (VMs ). In the event of a catastrophic loss, an administrator can failover to the replica VMs ... Read Full Definition

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IBM TSM (IBM Tivoli Storage Manager)

IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (IBM TSM) is an enterprise class backup and archiving application. IBM TSM, like all enterprise backup software products, is designed to make copies of an organization's data to protect ... Read Full Definition

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inherent risk

Inherent risk is a category of threat that describes potential losses or pitfalls that exist before internal security controls or mitigating factors are implemented. Read Full Definition

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privileged identity management (PIM)

Privileged identity management (PIM) is the monitoring and protection of superuser accounts in an organization’s IT environments. Oversight is necessary so that the greater access abilities of super control ... Read Full Definition

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ILOVEYOU virus

The ILOVEYOU virus comes in an e-mail note with "I LOVE YOU" in the subject line and contains an attachment that, when opened, results in the message being re-sent to everyone in the recipient's Microsoft Outlook ... Read Full Definition

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standing-wave ratio (SWR, VWSR, IWSR)

Standing-wave ratio (SWR) is a mathematical expression of the non-uniformity of an electromagnetic field (EM field) on a transmission line such as coaxial cable. Read Full Definition

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long-haul optics

Long-haul optics refers to the transmission of visible light signals over optical fiber cable for great distances, especially without or with minimal use of repeaters. Read Full Definition

write back

Write back is a storage method in which data is written into the cache every time a change occurs, but is written into the corresponding location in main memory only at specified intervals or under certain ... Read Full Definition

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