In CICSPlex, analysis point monitoring. Application performance management. A general term used to describe tools and/or services used to monitor end user experiences.
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ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) The standard binary code for all characters and symbols used in computer communications. There are 256 possible entries although only 127 of them are used in the standard, covering all the characters and functions on the keyboard. Microsoft has extended these codes to use the full 256 available by adding special characters. ASCII codes can be accessed through the font manager Character Map. For example, if you want to type the character é which is not on your keyboard, you must insert its ASCII code. Hold down the ALT key and type 0233 on the numbers keypad. (Be sure you have Num Lock set ON)
APM is a standard that defines mechanisms by which the CPU controls power use by various system components while the system is in active use (see Intel/Microsoft, 1993 for further details).
Advanced Power Management. It describes a layered control system that controls PC devices to reduce power consumption using both BIOS and API interfaces.
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Advanced Power Management. A software interface (defined by Microsoft and Intel) between hardware-specific power management software (such as that located in a system BIOS) and an operating system power management driver.
Advanced Power Management The forerunner to ACPI.
Abbreviation for Advanced Power Management. Power management from within the BIOS. Replaced by ACPI. See also: ACPI See also: BIOS
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dvanced ower Management, power management standard superseded by ACPI. APM and SMP just don't mix.
Advanced Power Management (APM) is a technology that allows you to configure power saving options on a computer.
Advanced Power Management. A feature used by some BIOSes in order to make the machine enter a stanby state after a given period of inactivity. On laptops, APM is alos responsible for reporting the battery status and, if it supports it, the estimated remaining lifetime.
AccessPath Manager. A Cisco dial stack management system, now called Cisco Access Manager (CAM).
Automated Power Management. Series of techniques used to reduce the power consumption, especially on portable computers, in order to lengthen their autonomy.
An acronym for Advanced Power Management. The APM specification defines a layer of software that supports power management in computers with power manageable hardware.
See Advanced Power Management.
Advanced Power Management} A specification sponsored by Intel and Microsoft originally proposed to extend the life of batteries in battery-powered computers. The APM enables application programs, the system BIOS, and the hardware to work together to reduce power consumption. An APM-compliant BIOS provides built-in power management services to the operating system. The application software communicates power-saving data via predefined APM interfaces.
Automated Process Management. Project to improve the management of business processes through the use of business process software that enables integration of electronic documents with multiple data sources, a consistent Web-based interface with Penn State's core systems, and a defined, role-based routing and approval process.