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  • n. Plural form of endpoint.

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Examples

  • Charging based on traffic to different (uncontrolled by the customer!) endpoints is just an invitation to both rent seeking and monetary denial of service attacks by third parties.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The FCC and the Internet:

  • It will support multiple codecs – the software that encodes and decodes audio as digital signals so that two HD Connect handsets, speakerphones, or other endpoints should be able to negotiate a common protocol.

    2009 December « Steve Wildstrom on Tech

  • (Here I exclude the endpoints, which is what one ought to do.) cor(SST,PDI)

    More bender and Willis on Emanuel « Climate Audit

  • Here I exclude the endpoints, which is what one ought to do.

    more bender on Emanuel « Climate Audit

  • Adds a new "metadata" endpoint which returns a JavaScript proxy which uses the ASP.NET AJAX library, and applications using that library can call the endpoints by using the "method" syntax instead of having to handcraft the requests in the JavaScript code

    Site Home

  • Once again, trying to control all the endpoints is a losing game.

    Computerworld

  • Trying to control all the endpoints is a losing game.

    Computerworld

  • "We will continue our focus on securing unmanaged endpoints, which is critical for the dynamic networks of schools, colleges, and universities."

    Press Releases

  • These Web services then become the middleware interaction layer for general access and querying ( "endpoints") and for tying in external software ( "clients"), portals or content management systems (CMS).

    AI3:::Adaptive Information

  • I have that 'endpoints' paper, which is more complete and thorough than Saltzer's but it's (still!) a draft.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

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