DOS Protected Mode Interface DEFINITION: A program interface that allows an application program running under DOS to take advantage of a DOS extender, which allows the program address a larger range of RAM than the 640 kilobytes to which PC programs are usually constrained.
This paper from the Open Group, documents an approach to enhance the TOGAF enterprise architecture methodology with the SABSA security architecture approach to create one holistic architecture methodology.
Before you can successfully implement a video conferencing system into your enterprise, you must first understand the standards involved to ensure your solution will work with others on your network. This e-guide uncovers standards and interoperability considerations while also providing migration planning tips.
This expert presentation transcript explores key management factors you should consider as you navigate your virtualization initiative, including licensing, memory capabilities, and more. Hear about one company's virtualization roadmap and determine whether it aligns with your own virtualization plans.
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