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About Webopedia

Webopedia is an online tech dictionary for IT professionals, educators and students. We provide definitions to words, phrases and abbreviations related to computing and information technology. Our goal is to provide easy-to-understand definitions, avoiding the use of heavy jargon when possible so that the site is accessible to users with a wide range of computer knowledge.

Experienced editors gather information from standards bodies, leading technology companies, universities, professional online technical publications, white papers and professionals working in the field. Definition are verified among multiple sources; definitions are never based on just one source.

Webopedia definitions evolve and change as technology and standards changes, so definitions are frequently updated to reflect trends in the field. New terms are added on a regular basis, and many of the new terms we include in the database are suggested by the site's users.

In addition to a definition of the term or phrase, Webopedia also provides in-depth articles, study guides and links to sources of further information on the topic where applicable.

Webopedia is proud to be part of the IT Business Edge Network.


Meet the Webopedia Team

Vangie Beal
Managing Editor, Webopedia

Vangie Beal - Managing Editor WebopediaVangie Beal is the managing editor of Webopedia. Beal has more than 15 years of experience covering small business, electronic commerce and Internet technology. She has written for more than a dozen online tech publications including CIO, Small Business Computing, EnterpriseAppsToday, Search CRM and many more. In 2012, she was awarded the IAC Award for Best Technology Website for Webopedia. Under her decade of leadership, Webopedia has grown into one of the top technology sites on the Internet, respected for its breadth and authority. You can tweet with her online @AuroraGG.

Forrest Stroud
Senior Enterprise IT Editor

Forrest Stroud - Senior Enterprise IT Editor Forrest Stroud is a senior enterprise IT editor and writer with more than 15 years of experience. Forrest has managed and/or written for some of the most recognizable technology content sites on the Internet, including ServerWatch, Webopedia, WinPlanet, Enterprise Storage Forum, ASPNews, Database Journal and many more.



Paul Shread
Editor-in-Chief, IT Business Edge Network

Paul has 14 years of experience in the technology industry, and is currently editor-in-chief of the IT Business Edge Network and is a former Time.com small business columnist.  He has covered nearly every aspect of enterprise technology in his 14 years at Internet.com and IT Business Edge.


How To Reach Us

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Foster City, CA 94404
Tel: (650) 578.7700
Fax: (650) 350.1423
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