A program that performs a specific function and is accessible via a remote server and over the Internet.
The merging of two applications taken from disparate systems.
A facet of computer science where machines are able to demonstrate intelligence similar to human intelligence—making decisions, recognizing speech, performing translations, and improving over time.
Backup and recovery
The process of storing copies of data, which can be accessed in the event of data loss.
Something quantifiable that can be used to determine the success of a business process.
Generally used to describe data centers, which can be accessed over the Internet.
Storage space available on a remote server.
Moving data or other elements to a cloud computing environment.
A dedicated space used to house computer systems and/or server farms.
Using processes to ensure data is handled in a way that meets federal, state, and local regulations, guidelines, and mandates.
A virtualized infrastructure.
The software between the operating system and the applications it runs.
Virtualized platforms often utilized for software development.
A group of networked servers placed in the same location.
Software that is available and managed over the web.
Scalability (in computing)
The ability of computing processes to increase their input and output as needed.
A company offering a product or service for sale.
A virtual replication of a computing system. Multiple instances can also be run on one computer, simultaneously.