Compact Disks - Read Only Memory DEFINITION: CD-ROM (Compact Disc, read-only-memory) is an adaptation of the CD that is designed to store computer data in the form of text and graphics, as well as hi-fi stereo sound. The original data format standard was defined by Philips and Sony in the 1983 Yellow Book. Other standards are used in conjunction with it to define directory and file structures, including ISO 9660, HFS (Hierarchal File System,
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SD-WAN managed services offers many benefits for IT network pros, including enhanced user-experience and business operational efficiencies. In this video, gain a better understanding of how to overcome SD-WAN deployment challenges as you migrate towards a high-performing WAN solution.
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