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C/C++: C is a high-level programming language that was developed in the mid-1970s. It was originally used for writing Unix programs but now is used to write applications for nearly every available platform. Some nice things about the language are that it is easy to read, it is flexible (can be used for a wide variety of purposes), and C programs typically use memory very efficiently. C++, pronounced "C plus plus," is a programming language that was built off the C language. The syntax of C++ is nearly identical to C, but it has object-oriented features, which allow the programmer to create objects within the code. This makes programming easier, more efficient, and some would even say, more fun. Because of the power and flexibility of the language, most programs today are written in C++.

Cable modem: Though a cable modem serves the same purpose as a typical analog, or dial-up modem, a cable modem is different in many ways. The biggest difference is that a cable modem is much faster. While a 56K modem can receive data at about 53 Kbps, a cable modem can haul it in at about 1.544 Mbps (Megabits per second). That's about 30 times faster. The actual Internet bandwidth over a cable line can be as high as 27 Mbps downstream and 2.5 Mbps upstream. However, most cable modems connect to the ISP's T1 connection, which maxes out at 1.5 Mpbs, so that will be the maximum transfer rate for the suscriber. Another important way that a cable modem is different than a dial-up modem is that it doesn't connect to a phone line. Instead, the cable modem connects to a local cable TV line, hence the term "cable modem." This allows computers equipped with a cable modem to have a continuous connection to the Internet. Therefore, there is no need to dial up the ISP everytime you want to check your e-mail. Cable modems, which have a much more complex design than dial-up modems, are usually external devices, but there are some models that can be integrated within a computer. Instead of connecting to a serial port like a dial-up modem, cable modems attach to a standard Ethernet port so that they can transfer data at the fastest speed possible.

Cable tester: A network troubleshooting device that can test for cable defects, monitor network collisions and monitor network congestion.

Cache: This term is pronounced like "cash" -- not "catch," and definitely not "cashé." There are many different types of caches but they all serve the same purpose. A cache stores recently-used information in a place where it can be accessed extremely fast. For example, a web browser like Internet Explorer uses a cache to store the pages, images, and URLs of recently visted web sites on your hard drive. With this neat strategy, when you visit a page you have recently been to, the pages and images don't have to be downloaded to your computer all over again. Because accessing your computer's hard disk is much faster than accessing the Internet, caching web sites can speed up web browsing significantly. Most web browsers allow you to adjust the size of the cache in in browser preferenecs. Another common type of cache is a disk cache. This stores information you have recently read from your hard disk in the computer's RAM, or memory. Since accessing RAM is much faster than reading data off the hard disk, this can help you access common files and folders on your hard drive much faster. Another type of cache is a processor cache which stores small amounts of information right next to the processor. This helps make the processing of common instructions much more efficient, thereby speeding up computation time.

CAD: "Computer-Aided Design" Also known by engineers and architects as the best invention of all time. Today, CAD software is used for nearly all three-dimensional designing. Designers can turn an object into an electronic representation more quickly and accurately than by diagraming it with a pencil and paper. Better yet, objects created with CAD software can be moved, resized, and rotated instantly.

Category 1-6: The EIA/TIA designation for unshielded twisted-pair cable described in terms of categories, labeled Category 1, Category 2 and so on. Often these are abbreviated Cat1, Cat2 and so on.

CDPD: "Cellular Digital Packet Data" A cellular communications technology that sends packets of digital data over unused cellular voice channels at a rate of 19.2 Kbps. CDPD is one of an emerging family of mobile computing technologies.

Cellular packet radio: A communications technology that sends packets of data over radio frequencies different from those used for cellular telephones. A generic term for an emerging family of mobile computing technologies.

Central office: A phone company's or communications provider's local facility where copper local telephone cables (sometimes called the subscriber loop or the "last mile" of cable in the telecommunications infrastructure) link to long-haul, all-digital, fiber-optic communications lines.

Centralized administration: A way of controlling access to network resources and managing network setup and configuration data from a single point of access and control. The domain controllers of a Windows NT Server and Windows 2000/2003 Server provide this capability.

Centralized computing: A computing environment in which all processing takes place on a mainframe or central computer.

CGI: "Common Gateway Interface" CGI is a set of rules for running scripts or programs on a web server. When you submit information, like search terms or your username and password, to a web server, there's a good chance that the server is using a CGI script to receive and process the data. However, with new scripting languages such as PHP, ASP, and JSP attracting many web programmers, CGI scripts aren't as not as prevalent as they once were.

Channel access method: The rules used to determine which computer can send data across the network thereby preventing data loss due to collisions.

Cheapernet: A synonym for 10Base2, also known as thinnet or thinwire Ethernet.

Chip: A fixed-sized element of data broadcast over a single frequency using the spread-spectrum radio networking technology called direct-sequence modulation. Chip is also commonly used in reference to any solid state silicon circuitry such as a processor or a clock "chip."

Chipset: This term is used to describe the architecture of an integrated circuit. For example, the chipset of a modem card would be much different than the chipset of a computer's CPU. Processors themselves also have different chipsets. For example, a Pentium II and Pentium III have slightly different chipsets, and the PowerPC processors have other kinds. Though there are many different types of chipsets that reside in today's computer hardware, the average user does not need to know much about them.

CIDR: "Classless Inter-Domain Routing" A more efficient way to assign IP addresses than using IP address "classes."

CIR: "Committed Information Rate" A performance measurement of guaranteed throughput rates.

CISC: "Complex Instruction Set Computing." This is a type of microprocessor design. The CISC architecture contains a large set of computer instructions that range from very simple to very complex and specialized. Though the design was intended to compute complex instructions in the most efficient way, it was later found that many small, short instructions could compute complex instructions more efficiently. This led to a design called Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC), which is now the other major kind of microprocessor architecture. Intel Pentium processors are mainly CISC-based, with some RISC facilities built into them, whereas the PowerPC processors are completely RISC-based.

Cladding: A nontransparent layer of plastic or glass material indie fiber-optic cable that surrounds the inner core of glass or plastic fibers. Cladding provides rigidity, strength and a manageable outer diameter for fiber-optic cables.

Client: In the computer world, servers have clients. The "client-server" architecture is common in both local and wide area networks. For example, if an office has a server that stores the company's database on it the other computers in the office that can access the datbase are "clients" of the server. On a larger scale, when you access your e-mail from a mail server on the Internet your computer acts as the client that connects to the mail server.

Client network software: The term is used to refer to the software that acts as the interface between the client computer and the server and enables the use of network resources.. For example, if you use Microsoft Outlook to check your e-mail then Outlook is your "e-mail client software" that allows you to send and receive messages from the server.

Client-based multivendor solution: When multiple redirectors are loaded on a client the client can communicate with servers from different vendors.

Client/server: A model for computing in which some computers (clients) request services and others (servers) respond to such requests for services.

Client/server computing: A computing environment in which the processing is divided between the client and the server.

Client/server relationship: Applications may sometimes be divided across the network, so that a client-side compnent runs on the user's machine and supplies request and display services, while a server-side component runs on an application server and handles data processing or other intensive computation services on the user's behalf.

Clustered server: A network server which is a member of a group of two or more servers. All machines in the group employ a combination of special operating system software and a dedicated high-speed link. This permits all machines in the group to behave as one super-powered network server rather than single independent, individual servers.

CMOS: "Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor" This technology is typically used in making transistors. The "complementary" part of the term unfortunately does not mean these semiconductors are free. Instead, it refers to how they produce either a positive or negative charge. Because CMOS-based transistors only use one charge at a time, they run efficiently, using up very little power. This is because the charges can stay in one state for a long period of time, allowing the transistor to use little or no power except when needed. Because of their wonderful efficiency processors that use CMOS-based transistors can run at extremely high speeds without getting too hot and going up in flames. You may also find CMOS memory in your computer which holds the date and time and other basic system settings. The low power consumption of CMOS allows the memory to be powered by a simple Lithium battery for many years.

Coaxial cable: A type of cable that uses a center conductor, wrapped by an insulating layer, surrounded by a braided wire mesh and an outer jacket or sheath, to carry high-bandwidth signals such as network traffic or broadcast television frequencies.

Codec: The name "codec" is short for "coder-decoder," which is pretty much what a codec does. Most audio and video formats use some sort of compression so that they don't take up a ridiculous amount of disk space. Audio and video files are compressed with a certain codec when they are saved and then decompressed by the codec when they are played back. Common codecs include MPEG and AVI for video files and WAV and AIFF for audio files. Codecs can also be used to compress streaming media (live audio and video) which makes it possible to broadcast a live audio or video clip over a broadband Internet connection.

Collision: Occurs when two computers put data on the cable at the same time. This corrupts the electronic signals in the packet and causes data loss.

Combination network: A network that incorporates both peer-to-peer and server-based capabilities.

Communication server: A specialized network server that provides access to resources on the network for users not directly attached to the network or that permits network users to access external resources not directly attached to the network.

Communications carrier: A company that provides communications services for other organizations such as your local phone company and the long distance telephone carriers. Most mobile computing technologies rely on the services of a communications carrier to handle the wireless traffic from mobile units to a centralized wired network of some kind.

Compact Flash: Often abbreviated as simply "CF," Compact Flash is a type of flash memory. Compact flash cards are most commonly used for storing pictures in digital cameras but are also used in devices such as PDAs and portable music players. There are two types of Compact Flash cards, creatively named "Type I" and "Type II." Type I cards are 3.3 mm thick, while Type II are 5 mm thick. IBM makes a "MicroDrive" card that has the same dimensions as a Type II CF card, but uses an actual hard drive construction rather than flash memory. Compact Flash cards originally could only store a few megabyes of data, but now can store several gigabytes. The new CF+ standard can store a possible 137 GB of data.

Computer: Technically, a computer is a programmable machine. This means it can execute a programmed list of instructions and respond to new instructions that it is given. Today, however, the term is most often used to refer to the desktop and laptop computers that most people use. When referring to a desktop model the term "computer" technically only refers to the computer itself and not the monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Still, it is acceptable to refer to everything together as the computer. If you want to be really technical, the box that holds the computer is called the "system unit." Some of the major parts of a personal computer (PC) include the motherboard, CPU, memory (RAM), hard drive, and video card. While personal computers are by far the most common type of computers today there are several other types of computers. For example, a "minicomputer" is a powerful computer that can support many users at once. A "mainframe" is a large, high-powered computer that can perform billions of calculations from multiple sources at one time. Finally, a "supercomputer" is a machine that can process billions of instructions a second and is used to calculate extremely complex calculations.

Concentrator: Used in an FDDI network to connect computers at a central point. Most concentrators connect to both available rings.

Conduit: Plastic or metal pipe laid specifically to provide a protected enclosure for cabling of any kind.

Configuration: In the computing world, when people talk about their computer configuration, they are referring to the technical specifications, or the "tech specs" of their computer. These specs typically include processor speed, the amount of RAM, hard drive space, and the type of video card in the machine. While there are many other advanced specifications that you could list if you know the four mentioned above most computer geeks will grant you acceptance into their conversation.

Congestion control: A technique for monitoring network utilization and manipulating transmission or forwarding rates for data frames to keep traffic levels from overwhelming the network medium. It gets its name because it avoids "network traffic jams."

Connection-oriented: A type of protocol that establishes a formal connection between two computers, guaranteeing the data will reach its destination.

Connectionless: A type of protocol that sends the data across the network to its destination without guaranteeing receipt.

Contention: A channel access method in which computers vie for time on the network.

Cookie: In computer terminology a cookie is data sent to your computer by a web server that records your actions on a certain web site. It's a lot like a preference file for a typical computer program. When you visit the site after being sent the cookie the site will load certain pages according to the information stored in the cookie. For example, some sites can remember information like your user name and password, so you don't have to re-enter it each time you visit the site. Cookies are what allow you to have personalized web sites like "My Excite" or "My Yahoo," where you can customize what is displayed on the page. While cookies have many benefits some people don't like to have their information recorded by web sites that they visit. For this reason most web browsers have an option to accept or deny cookies.

Cooperative multitasking: A form of multitasking in which each individual process controls the length of time it maintains exclusive control over the CPU.

Copy backup: Copies of all selected files without resetting the archive bit.

Counters: A certain part of an object. For example, the Processor object has counters such as % Processor Time and % Interrupt Time per second.

CPU: "Central Processing Unit" This is the pretty much the brain of your computer. It processes everything from basic instructions to complex functions. Any time something needs to be computed it gets sent to the CPU. The CPU can also be referred to simply as the "processor."

CRC: "Cyclical Redundancy Check" A mathematical recipe that generates a specific value, called a checksum, based on the contents of a data frame. The CRC is calculated before transmission of a data frame and then included with the frame. Upon receipt the CRC is recalculated and compared to the sent value. If the two agree that data frame is assumed to have been delivered intact. If the two disagree then the data frame must be retransmitted.

CRM: "Customer Relationship Management" This is a business term that started somewhere in the deep abyss of the IT (Information Technology) world. CRM refers to solutions and strategies for managing businesses' relationships with customers. With the advent of web retailing companies have found it hard to develop relationships with customers since the e-commerce interface is so impersonal. After all, don't you miss the firm handshake and sparkling smile of the salesperson who just sold you the most expensive computer system in the store? Well, whether or not you miss the personal experience of the retail store, the goal of CRM is to give you that feeling when you buy products over the Internet. When it comes to CRM customer service is the number one priority. Yes, all companies seem to make that claim, but when online businesses create CRM models, it really is the case.

Crosstalk: A phenomenon that occurs when two wires lay against each other in parallel. Signals traveling down one wire can interfere with signals traveling down the other and vice versa.

CSMA/CA: "Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance" A contention-based channel access method in which computers avoid collisions by broadcasting their intent to send data.

CSMA/CD: "Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection" A contention-based channel access method in which computers avoid collisions by listening to the network before sending data. If a computer senses data on the network it waits a random amount of time and tries to send its data later.

CSU/DSU: "Channel Service Unit/Data Service Unit" A device that links a computer or network to a DDS communications link.

Crossplatform: Software that can run on multiple types of computer systems is said to be crossplatform. For example the graphics program Adobe Photoshop runs both on Windows and Macintosh computers. Therefore Photoshop is considered a crossplatform application.

Cursor: The cursor on your screen can indicate two things: 1) where your mouse pointer is, or 2) where the next character typed will be entered in a line of text. The mouse cursor is most often an arrow that you can use to point to different objects on your screen. When the cursor is over an object you can click or double-click the mouse button to perform an action on that object (such as opening a program). The mouse cursor can change into other images, such as a small hand (when you roll over a link in a web page), or an hourglass (when Windows is "thinking" so hard, it won't let you click on anything). The text cursor is typically a straight vertical line or I-shaped object that flashes in a line of text. Typically, when you are typing a paper, the cursor will be at the end of the line, because you are adding new text to the uncharted white area of the page. However, if you want to insert a word or phrase somewhere else in a line of text, you can use the mouse cursor to click the position where you would like to insert the text. In most word processing programs, once you start typing, the text cursor continues to flash, but the mouse pointer disappears until you move the mouse again. This is to avoid "cursor confusion," since most people can't type and click on things at the same time.

Cyberspace: Unlike most computer terms, "cyberspace" does not have a standard, objective definition. Instead, it is generally used to describe the virtual world of computers. For example, an object in cyberspace is a block of data floating around on some computer system or network. With the advent of the Internet cyberspace is now also used to refer to the global network of computers. So, after sending an e-mail to your friend, you could say you sent the message to her through cyberspace. However use this term sparingly as it is a popular newbie term and is already well overused.

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