And while MDM has for several years meant Mobile Device Management,
recently I've also run into Master Data Management.
If you're hooking the KVM to a Raritan Dominion or other IP KVM unit
you could call it 'remote console access' or similar.
On Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 8:47 AM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In a stupid reuse of an acronym, even within a niche of the IT
community, someone decided that not only should KVM stand for
Keyboard/Video/Mouse but it should also stand for Kernel Virtual
Machine. What is this? Your technology isn't good enough to stand
on it's own so you have to latch onto someone else's acronym google search?
So is there some way I need to change how I suggest that someone use
a KVM on their HMC to fit this list? Or is the context of HMC good enough?
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