The end user of an application that runs on the server. (Contrast with developer.)
The client to any biometric vendor. The user must be differentiated from the end user and is responsible for managing and implementing the biometric application rather than actually interacting with the biometric system.
The human being who directly controls a software application or its function. See also end-user.
An acronym for Update, Sort, Extract, Report. The acronym is similar to CRUD above and dates from the days when IT was known as Data Processing. It characterizes applications that are focused primarily on data entry and reporting for a data bases. Such applications are effectively pipelines between the database and the UI and the only business rules they apply are to ensure data integrity.
anyone (employers, employees and self-employed people) carrying out the application of pesticides or an activity directly related to that work (such as mixing a pesticide or loading a sprayer for another user).
the individual that the software application was designed and implemented for - the "end user" of the system.
The user of the internet protocol. This may be a higher level protocol module, an application program, or a gateway program.