(n.) A notable property of a device or software application. Many analysts bemoan the advent of featuritis-the seemingly endless addition of more and more features onto what was once a simple application. One of the principal challenges of modern applications is to offer a multitude of features without making the application complex.
Agile software development is an alternative to traditional project management where emphasis is placed on empowering people to collaborate and...
ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software consists of multiple enterprise software modules that are individually purchased.
A phrase that has become widely adopted to refer to mobile workers bringing their own mobile devices, such as smartphones, laptops and PDAs, into...
Two-tier enterprise resource planning (ERP) is used by an organization to run two integrated ERP systems simultaneously. One system, the legacy...
Mobile device management (MDM) is a type of security software used by an IT department to monitor, manage and secure employee's mobile devices...
Software defined networking (SDN) is an approach to using open protocols, such as OpenFlow, to apply globally aware software control at the edges...
DevOps (development and operations) is an enterprise software development phrase used to mean a type of agile relationship between Development and...
In business management and information technology (IT) a silo describes any management system that is unable to operate with any other...
A marketing term coined by HP for its ultra-low power Project Moonshot servers developed for specific data center workloads such as cloud...
Short for customer relationship management, CRM entails all aspects of interaction a company has with its customer, whether it be sales or service...