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Welcome to the webBRIEFCASE business and IT glossary. If you can't find the work / phrase you're looking for: search for it below, since it may be elsewhere on this site.

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Apple Mac is a personal computer produced by Apple and designed for each of use. It is particular popular among graphic designers due to its excellent graphical capabilities. Macs are an alternative to PC compatibles (standard PCs) - but tend to be more expensive when compared like-for-like (hardware). Macs run OS X - which is based on Linux.

A manager is a person who co-ordinates the activities of others, often in a team / department. Team leaders / supervisors will usually report to a manager. Managers will usually report to directors. See also: Project Manager.

Assembly of existing services / code into a new solution / service.

To watch over something, e.g. a process, server, etc. See: automated monitoring.


A display screen (flat screen, TFT, CRT, etc.) attached to a computer or video camera.



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