Acronyms Beginning With I

Sales, marketing, and technology acronyms that begin with I

  • ISA

    A standardized interface between the software and the hardware of a computer system, and it provides the foundation for operating systems and applications to run on a wide variety of hardware platforms. By specifying the ISA, hardware vendors are able…

  • I18N

    A software development process for designing applications that can adapt to the linguistic, cultural, and other specific requirements of different regions and countries. The number 18 refers to the number of letters between the first i and the last n…

  • ISV

    A company that develops and sells software products that run on one or more platforms, such as Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, or various mobile operating systems. ISVs create solutions for a variety of industries and purposes, ranging from business management,…

  • IAM

    A web service that enables you to securely control access to the cloud’s resources. With IAM, you can create and manage users and groups, and use permissions to allow and deny their access to resources.

  • ISO

    It is an independent, non-governmental international organization that develops and publishes standards for a wide range of products, services, and systems. These standards are intended to promote efficiency and quality in various industries, as well as to help ensure that…

  • IGES

    A neutral file format standard that was developed to allow for the exchange of data between different computer-aided design (CAD) systems. The standard was developed by the U.S. National Bureau of Standards (now the National Institute of Standards and Technology,…

  • IPv6

    IPv6 is a newer version of the Internet Protocol (IP) that was developed to address the shortage of available IPv4 addresses. It uses 128-bit addresses, which allows for a virtually unlimited number of unique addresses. IPv6 is gradually being adopted…

  • IPv4

    IPv4 is the original version of the Internet Protocol (IP), which was first developed in the 1970s. It uses 32-bit addresses, which allows for a total of approximately 4.3 billion unique addresses. IPv4 is still widely used today, but it…

  • IP

    The standard defining how devices on a network communicate with each other using numerical addresses. IPv4 is the original version of the Internet Protocol, which was first developed in the 1970s. It uses 32-bit addresses, which allows for a total…

  • IP

    Intellectual property is a type of property that incorporates human intellect over physical, tangible objects. There are many types of intellectual property, including developed code, recorded processes, algorithms, patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, and more.