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What is fragmentation?

In terms of storing files on a computer, the data may be stored on different parts of the computer hard drive or disk. Computer data are stored in blocks that are ideally stored close to each other. When these data are stored apart from each other or at different areas in the storage disk, the [...]

What Is KMZ File?

A KMZ file usually consists of a KML file along with, sometimes, a few supporting files which are packaged into one unit with the use of a Zip Utility. The biggest advantage of a KMZ file is that it can be emailed or stored as a single entity, so rather than saving or mailing a [...]

What is BCWipe?

BCWipe is an application that is able to permanently erase or delete files that run on one’s computer.  It is classified as a form of data erasure utility that works with computers that run on Windows, Mac OS X, and UNIX.  Created and developed by Jetico Inc. Oy, BCWipe is of commercial and military-grade.  With [...]

What are DML and DDL?

“DML” stands for “Data Manipulation Language” while “DDL” stands for “Data Definition Language.”  Both are languages that are used in creating and/or manipulating data or objects in an SQL server.  As their names suggest, language statements are either meant to literally define or manipulate objects or data. In the case of DDL, or Data Definition [...]

What is ITM agent?

What is ITM agent? “ITM agent” is short for “IBM Tivoli Monitoring agent,” and it refers to a system and business solution that enables companies and large enterprises to literally monitor various activities in a particular network.  These activities may include the health of the company server along with how various applications are used and [...]

What is kurtosis?

“Kurtosis” is a term in statistics that refers to the peak probability distribution of random data variables.  In typical statistical data, variables and probabilities may have asymmetric distributions. This type of distribution is also called “skewed type of distribution” wherein data variables may lean towards either the right or left directions.  There are also instances [...]

What is HRIS?

What is HRIS? HRIS stands for Human Resource Management System.  It refers to a form of tracking system that can be used by human resource departments in almost every aspect or industry.  Through the use of information systems and technology, the HRIS is able to run human resource-related functions smoothly and effectively.  As for many [...]

What is JSP?

What is JSP? JSP or JavaServer Pages refers to a Java-based technology that allows website and software developers to create webpages that are dynamic using various document types including HTML (HyperText Markup Language) or XML (Extensible Markup Language) and even DHTML.  Using only basic HTML for example, web pages are said to be static and [...]

What is a XML File?

What is a XML File? XML stands for “Extensible Markup Language”. It is a type of markup language similar to HTML or HyperText Markup Language but it serves a different purpose. HTML codes are written for the purpose of displaying data while XML codes are intended for describing, transporting, and/or storing data. XML files are [...]

What is XSD?

What is XSD? XSD is the short term for XML Schema Definition which is a method to validate and describe some data in an XML format. Schema for instance is defined as a model for the description of a particular structure of information. XSD is a valid and used language for the definition of certain [...]