Dashboard is a user-interface feature Apple introduced with the release of Mac O...
an analysis that allows the project manager and interested parties to understand the percent of work complete, for example, or the status of certain milestones and deliverables
an application or custom user interface that helps you measure your organization's performance to understand organizational units, business processes, and individuals
home to widgets (mini-applications) that let you perform common tasks and provide you with fast access to information. Introduced in Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger.
An application or custom user interface that organizes and presents information in a way that is easy to read. The information may be integrated from multiple components into a unified display. A dashboard helps monitor individual, business unit and organizational performance and processes for a greater understanding of the business.
A user interface which organizes and presents information in an interactive manner to allow the user to customize the information and processes most applicable to their status.
Dashboard is an application for Apple's Mac OS X v10.4 operating system, "Tiger," used for hosting mini-applications known as widgets. It is a semi-transparent layer that is invisible to the user unless activated by a hotkey, which can be set to the user's preference. These are similar to Microsoft's Gadgets.