Cloud Computing Glossary
Welcome to Atlantic Technologies’ Cloud Computing Glossary!
We are pleased to provide our glossary, which defines the key terminology that applies to Cloud Computing and Software as a Service (SaaS). The purpose of our Cloud Computing Glossary is to help our clients better understand this technology in all its aspects and meanings.
Cloud Computing is the term that describes a computing environment that differs from the traditional model of software and hardware delivery; providing software, operational platforms and IT infrastructure as a service via the Internet. Some of the main terms which are included in this glossary are: Big Data, Business Intelligence, CRM, etc.
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Artificial Intelligence hardware and software systems enabling machine to complete tasks that previously relied on [Read more]
Big Data Big data is the term used to describe a collection of data so extensive in terms of volume, speed, and variety that [Read more]
Business Intelligence allows businesses to analyze, compile, and aggregate all business data. Collect a full picture of all [Read more]
Cloud Computing service that allows data processing and storage on a networked computer. Data is stored on multiple [Read more]
CRM has the goal of effectively managing the business of all interactions that come into existence with potential and existing [Read more]
Data Integrity refers to the guarantee with which a set of information is managed during the creation and storage process. [Read more]
ERP is a management control system that integrates all business processes in a company: it coordinates resources and [Read more]
Gartner Magic Quadrant is a graphical representation that illustrates the competitive value of the world’s principal [Read more]
Internet of Things is the network of physical objects that contain the technology needed to communicate and interact [Read more]
On-Premise indicates on-site software installed and managed through local computers at a business as opposed to [Read more]