General Terms

FullCalendar

A calendar for displaying events on a website. For initialization and other functions in this calendar, it is necessary to write JavaScript code and have right CSS files. It is an open-source tool that can be customized to a company’s needs.

GCM

A mobile notification service. It includes client libraries and sample implementations that allow to send information from developer-run servers to Google Android OS apps, Google Chrome extensions or applications. GCM uses Google’s APIs and SDKs.

GIS

A computational field of study concerned with systems that visualize spatial or geographical data. They are designed to capture, analyze, manipulate, manage and store this data. GIS tools allow users to manipulate and analyze the data, and also to create their own searches.

Go-to-market strategy

Go-to-market strategy is the plan of an organization, utilizing their inside and outside resources (e.g. sales force and distributors), to deliver their unique value proposition to customers and achieve competitive advantage.

Google App Engine

Google App Engine is a fully managed, serverless platform for developing and hosting web applications at scale. 

Google Maps

A web mapping service created by Google. It gives an access to satellite imagery, street maps, panoramic views of streets and makes route planning for traveling by different means of transport. It also allows users to tag place they intend to or have already visited, get information about a place and share opinions about it.

Google Play Market

An app store for Android users. It allows to download and update apps, buy books, rent music and movies. If you are logged into your Google account, every action in Google Play on your desktop or laptop will be later synchronized with your mobile device.

Graphical Design

A field of study concerning different visualisation techniques. These techniques involve communicating something to other people or solving a problem using different media (tools). Graphic design could be anything from road signs to website elements, and has a vast application in all areas, as well as in IT.

Hardware

The physical components that make up a computer system or other telecommunication devices, while software is instructions that can be stored and run by hardware.

Hardware architecture

Hardware architecture is the representation of an engineered (or to be engineered) electronic or electromechanical hardware system, and the process and discipline for effectively implementing the design(s) for such a system.

Hedge fund

A hedge fund is an investment fund that pools capital from accredited investors or institutional investors and invests in a variety of assets, often with complicated portfolio-construction and risk management techniques.

Human-computer interaction

Human-computer interaction (HCI) is a multidisciplinary field of study focusing on the design of computer technology and, in particular, the interaction between humans (the users) and computers. While initially concerned with computers, HCI has since expanded to cover almost all forms of information technology design.

Hyperledger

An open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. Aims to create a blockchain specifically for the enterprise community. It is not affiliated with any cryptocurrency and does not transact any cryptocurrencies.

IDE

Short for Integrated Development Environment. A software suite that combines the basic developer tools for writing and testing software. Most IDEs include a code editor, a compiler and/or interpreter, build automation tools and a debugger.

Information technology

Information technology (IT) is the use of computers to store, retrieve, transmit, and manipulate data or information.

Infosys

A software and consulting corporation in India. It provides technology and outsourcing services, consulting, application development, business process management. The company offers help with business insights and integrating new technology, among other services.

Internet Explorer

A free web browser for PCs and mobile devices. Internet Explorer (IE) comes installed with mostly every Windows package, hence it is also one of the most widely used web browsers.

IoT

Short for Internet of Things. The concept of connecting any device with an on and off switch to the Internet (and/or to each other). These may be anything from mobile devices and headphones to washing machines or coffee makers.

IP

Stands for Internet Protocol. IP is a set of rules that regulates how data is transmitted over a network and how machines interact and send data packets, also called IP Packets, through this network. The main function of IP is Routing, which is the very process of transmitting IP Packets through a network. IP is the main communications protocol that basically establishes the Internet.

ISER

Stands for International Society for Engineers and Researchers. An organization founded to promote international education in Engineering, Technology and Science. It arranges different types of events for institutions worldwide to encourage cooperation. ISER also provides schooling for young researchers and authors.

ISTQB

Stands for International Software Testing Qualifications Board. It is a non-profit organization which provides internationally accepted software online-testing certification. It’s work is based on volunteer testing experts from around the world.

IT management

IT management refers to the monitoring and administration of an organization's information technology systems: hardware, software and networks.

IT operation

IT operations refers to the set of processes and services that are administered by an IT department within a larger organization or business.

ITOM

Stands for IT Operations Management. It is an administrative unit in an organization which involves individual requirements and technology infrastructure of apps, networks, services, storage, and connectivity elements, i.e., everything that is administered by the IT department. There is specific software that facilitates ITOM.

KISS

Stands for "Keep It Stupid Simple" or “Keep It Simple, Stupid”. A principle in software engineering for reminding people and companies to keep their information and products simple - most of the time simple systems work better than complex ones.

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