Acronyms Beginning With V

Sales, marketing, and technology acronyms that begin with V

  • vMVPD

    A service that streams multiple television channels via the Internet. For example, providers in the US like YouTubeTV operate on a vMVPD model and provide several television channels as part of a subscription package. See also MVPD.

  • VTR

    The percentage of people who saw an ad and later visited the advertiser’s website. This measures the effectiveness of the ad campaign in driving users to the website.

  • VCPU

    A CPU that is presented to a virtual machine (VM) as a virtualized hardware resource. A vCPU represents a single CPU core in the physical host, and it is used by the VM to execute instructions and perform computing tasks.…

  • VM

    A software-based emulation of a physical computer. It allows multiple operating systems to run on a single physical host, by virtualizing the hardware resources of that host. VMs are isolated from one another, meaning that the resources and state of…

  • VPN

    A technology that allows you to create a secure connection to another network over the internet. When you connect to a VPN, your device sends all of your internet traffic through an encrypted tunnel to a server controlled by the…

  • VTS

    Visa Token Service is a security feature offered by Visa that replaces a cardholder’s sensitive account information, such as the 16-digit primary account number (PAN), with a unique digital identifier called a token. Tokenization is a process that helps to…

  • VAT

    A type of tax that is assessed incrementally for goods and services, levied on the price of a product or service at each stage of production, distribution, or sale to the end consumer.

  • VMC

    An encrypted certificate that is hosted and configured to provide a clear indication to your customers that you are a legitimate business, and not a malicious source trying to phish them. A VMC is part of the BIMI email authentication standard.

  • VR

    A simulated digital experience that immerses the visitor with both 3-dimensional video and audio. Unlike augmented reality (AR), virtual reality does not interact with the real-world. Applications of virtual reality include entertainment, education, and business.