Archiving

Archiving is “the process of moving old files off the file server to free up disk space for new files. If the old files are needed later, they can be unarchived and retrieved. Archived data can be saved to CD, DVD, or tape.”

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Application server

Application server is “a server that runs a networking application, such as an e-mail or database application. Application servers typically have a client that makes a connection to the application server from the user’s desktop.”

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Application layer

“The OSI layer that provides a consistent way for an application to make a network request. Examples of application-layer protocols are HTTP, SMTP, and FTP.”

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Analog modem

“A device used to connect to a remote network via a standard telephone (PSTN) line. Although there are many different types and makes of modems, they can be categorized into three areas: single external, single internal, and multiline rack-mounted.”

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ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange

“A representation of standard alphabetic and other keyboard characters in a computer-readable, binary format.”

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