2.Its servers extend worldwide

7. The earliest type of server

10.Viruses aren't supposed to get through them

11. Net chat protocol

13.To order back

14.It powers Solaris platforms

17.The data highway

18. Novell's network operating system

20.Proprietary storage subsystem

22.Way of swapping while running

24.Earliest PC hard drive interface

26.Socket that takes more than zero insertion force, in short

29.Interface where app can access the OS

30. It's in for fashion models and clients

31. Servers working together

32.Acronym for a non-proprietary network setup

33.PC drive interface

34. It keeps temperatures down in the fastest processors

37. Enhanced version of 33 Across

39. Short name for a program

42.Leading Net protocol


46.Opposite of out

47.Opposite of off

48.Public-domain encryption utility, in short

49.Microsoft network OS

50.Shorthand for a de facto standard for Unix file access

1.Spec that lets multiple protocols share the same hardware

3.Chip that controls bus functions

4. It sits between hardware and software

5. Intel server processor

6. It keeps track of files for Windows PCs

7. Performance is measured in these units, in short

8. Verb 'to be'

9. Circuit tech

12. It interconnects server nodes

15. Processors, by the letter

16. It stores a large quantity of data

19. Sun's Unix operating system

20.Successful shift of a downed server's workload

21. Acronym for information products and systems

23.The apex of the iceberg

25. Units of digital data

27. What optical cabling is made of

28.IBM's Unix operating system

30. Server backup medium

35. Important output function for a workgroup server

36. Its six levels store data redundantly, in short

38.LAN protocol that dynamically allocates IP addresses

40.Leading server bus architecture, in short

41. Unix text processing utility

42.Acronym for a means to access network facilities

43.Type of password

45.Sys. that translates host names into Internet addresses

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