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100+ Full Forms Related to Information Technology

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As we all know, "Information Technology" is also pronounced as "I.T." It refers to anything which is related to computing technology, for instance hardware, networking, software, the Internet, several other computer related terms or even the people who work with these technologies.

All most all the companies now have its IT departments for managing the computers related tasks, networking, and many other technical areas of their businesses. Information Technology (IT) jobs include various departments, few popular of them are: computer programming, Web development, network administration, technical support, computer engineering, and many more related occupations.

100+ Full Forms Related to Information Technology

Since we live in the 'information age,' IT (information technology) has become a part of our everyday lives. But we are still not completely familiar with all the terms of Information Technology. So, today in this post I am going to share more than 100 important and useful Full Forms related to information technology.

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Full Forms for Information Technology Related Terms:

COMPUTER - Common Operating Machine Particularly Used for Trade, Education, and Research

SMS - System Management Server

ENIAC - Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator

PIN - Personal Identification Number

ISP - Internet Service Provider

IT - Information Technology

WWW - World Wide Web (sometimes call W3)

WWW - World Wide Wait - slang

VIP - Vines Internet Protocol

ASP - Active Server Page

ASP Application Service Provider

3D - Three Dimensional 

INS - InterNet communication Settings

CAD - Computer Aided Design

ECS - Enhanced Chip Set

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions (files often found on BBS and Internet)

DOS - Disk Operating System

POP - Power On Password

POP - Post Office Protocol (how PCs get email from internet)

POP - Point Of Presence (internet and WWW terminology for location of server)

STP - Shielded Twisted Pair

FORTRAN - FORmula TRANslation language (programming language)

MODEM - MODulate / DEModulate

NCC - Network Control Center

IC - Integrated Circuit

IP -  Internet Protocol

UID - User IDentification (internet- intranet- and server login accesses)

IRDA - Infrared Data Association

CLASS - Compiled java program- often used as class extension

NIC - Network Interface Card

PC - Personal Computer

RAS - Remote Access Server / Service

CD-ROM - Compact Disk - Read Only Memory

PPP - Point to Point Protocol

ARPANET - Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (the beginning of the internet)

EEPROM - Electronic Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory

RDBMS - Relational Data Base Management System

MPEG - Motion Picture Experts Group (file extension MPG)

PVC - Permanent Virtual Circuits

ASAP - Application Assessment And Planning package (Lotus migration application)

CPU - Central Processing Unit

SSI - Server Side Includes (web technology that allows for dynamic data exchange in web pages)

CMYK - Cyan- Magenta- Yellow- blacK

COBOL - Common Business Oriented Language (programming language)

ID - Internal Device

BOSS - Business Organizer Scheduling System (one of the original hand-held organizers)
HCL - Hardware Compatibility List (what hardware works with Windows 95- a text file)

FCI - Flux Changes per Inch (drive tech terminology)

MIS - Management Information Systems

MIS - Multimedia Information Sources

APL - Automatic Programming Language

DTP - Desk-Top Publishing

SMTP - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

IPC - Inter-Processes Communications

PDC - Primary Domain Controller

SFC - System File Checker (command line program found with Windows XP)

HD - Hard Disk 2 High Density (type of disk format)

PCI - Personal Computer Interface 

PCI - Peripheral Component Interconnect

CPS - Clusters Per Sector (depends on the OS- AND the size of the disk partition)

CPS - Characters Per Second

DBMS - DataBase Management System

CHAT - Conversational Hypertext Access Technology (""talking"" in real time over the internet)"

DVD - Digital Video Disk

DOC - DOCument (file format extension used by word processors such as MS Word)

DOC - A word processing DOCument file extension  Often used by MS Word

CCS - Common Command Set (instructions for SCSI interface)

LCD - Liquid Crystal Display (often found on laptops)

POS - Point Of Sale (the scanners you see in supermarkets)

TM - Text Message

TM - Test Mode (modem diagnostics)

URL - Uniform Resource Locator

IBM - International Business Machines

EMS - Expanded Memory Specification (LIM Lotus / Intel / Microsoft)

CDR - A Graphics File extension- often used by Corel Draw

RDO - Remote Data Objects

VBA - Visual Basic for Applications (programming language bundled with MS Office- can include ActiveX- not a full VB compiler- but can edit macros and commands)

AT - Asynchronous Transmission 

AT - Advanced Technology

FTP - File Transfer Protocol

GPF - General Protection Fault (A window error message that occurs when a program crashes)

SSA - Serial Storage Architecture (another communications port setup (like SCSI) that has fast data transfer but requires high demands of DMA channels)

GP - General Purpose

VGA - Video Graphics Adapter

ISM - Information Services Manager

SRC - Sample Rate Conversion

PDP - Plasma Display Panel (laptops)

ODBC - Open DataBase Connectivity (2 Components) (Microsofts shared data connections)

ICA - Independent Computing Architecture

EPROM - Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (re-programmable ROM chips)

DD - Double Density (type of disk format - more than single density- less than High Density)

SIT - Stuff-It (compressed file extension for Macintosh computers) 

EULA - End User License Agreement

HP - Hewlett Packard

ADC - Advanced Data Connector (database caching w/IIS server)

DB - DataBase

DB - decibel

ED - External Device 

W3C - World Wide Web Consortium

MCSE - Microsoft Certified System Engineer

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6 comments:

  1. Some of the abbreviations shared here are revealing. I have learned new concepts from them and hope to apply them in my information technology pursuit.

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  2. Fun it is to dig-up the full-forms of those tiny words. However, it's too brain-cracking method in order to find these all 100+ full form, that regards to technology. Salute to your hard work Amit Kumar.

    Thanks a lot for the great write-up. Have a great weekend ahead.
    - Bishal Biswas

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    1. Hii Bro,

      Thank you so much for appreciating my work. I after seeing the comments from you guys, i am feeling enjoyable. Usually, we use these terms while working or taking but when it comes to the full-form we feel like - ohhh i know this...i know this but we got confused.

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  3. Hey Amit , This is a Nice post, Keep it Up.:)

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  4. Very good article and very informative.

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