1. C. Answer is poor marketing budgets
massively parallel processors – most effective on problems that can be broken up into parts, worked on, then recombine the answers of the parts into a total answer.
Internet of things – For example using RFID tags to manage inventory or to collect massive amounts of data for efficiency analysis.
A managerial approach for dealing with possible tech disruptions from Moore’s Law – create a portfolio of investments in various new technologies
Petabyte – One thousand terabytes.
grid computing – connecting disparate, largely unused computers to create a massively parallel “super computer”
SaaS – renting software on cloud computing platforms
RAM – memory from which programs are run that is very fast but volatile.
An unintended consequence of Moore’s Law – e-waste