T - Definitions

  • T

    thought leader

    A thought leader is a person who or organization that is widely recognized as an expert in a given field and whose opinions are in high demand. Thought leaders use their influence to change their fields, to make money and to add value to the people and organizations that seek their expertise.

  • threat hunter (cybersecurity threat analyst)

    A threat hunter, also called a cybersecurity threat analyst, is a security professional or security professional service provider that proactively uses manual or machine-assisted techniques to detect security incidents that may elude the grasp of automated systems.

  • Tibco

    Tibco makes integration server software for enterprises.

  • Total Quality Management (TQM)

    Total Quality Management is a management framework based on the belief that an organization can build long-term success by having all its members, from low-level workers to its highest ranking executives, focus on quality improvement and, thus, delivering customer satisfaction.

  • transaction

    In computer programming, a transaction usually means a sequence of information exchange and related work (such as database updating) that is treated as a unit for the purposes of satisfying a request and for ensuring database integrity.

  • transactional leadership

    Transactional leadership is a leadership style where the executive relies on rewards and punishments to achieve optimal job performance from his or her subordinates.

  • transformational leadership

    Transformational leadership describes the ability of an organization's management to foster significant change, often by leveraging new technology.

  • tweetchat

    A tweetchat, also called a tweet jam, is a discussion carried out on Twitter.

  • two-speed IT

    Two-speed IT is the concept that strategic planning for an IT department should include a fast track that allows some projects to be implemented quickly.

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