The technology world is full of jargon and acronyms; but do you know your CPU from your hyper-converged infrastructure? Try out quiz to find out!
Question 1/15: What does CPU stand for?
- Central Processing Unit
- Central Power Unit
- Computer Processing Unit
- Complete Processing Unit
Question 2/17: Which tech firm has embraced composability?
Question 3/15: What does GPU stand for?
- Graphics Processing Unit
- Graphics Power Unit
- Grape Pounding Unit
- Global Processing Unit
Question 4/15: What is a FPGA?
- flexible-programmable gate array
- field-programmable gate algorithm
- fabric-programmable graphics array
- field-programmable gate array
Question 5/15: Who specialises in cognitive computing?
Question 6/15: What does FTTP stand for?
- Fibre to the property
- Fibber to the premises
- Fibre to the premises
- Fiber to the premises
Question 7/15: What's significant about HTTPS?
Question 8/15: What is 'deep learning' normally associated with?
- Server throughput
- Open data
- Artificial neural networks
- Chicken sexing
Question 9/15: What does RAM stand for?
- Random Access Memory
- Rigid Access Memory
- Rigorous Access Memory
- Random Accessible Memory
Question 10/15: What do gigahertz in a CPU relate to?
- Memory access speed
- CPU on-board memory
- Clock speed
- Processing power
Question 11/15: What does SAP's HANA stand for?
- high-performance analysis appliance
- high-performance analytic appliance
- high-power analytic appliance
- high-performance analytic array
Question 12/15: Which industry doesn't use solutions?
- Food and drink
- Oil and gas
Question 13/15: What does USB stand for?
- Universal Serial Bot
- Universal Sequential Bus
- Universal Structured Bus
- Universal Serial Bus
Question 14/15: Who isn't disrupting things?
- Noisy Tim from Year 9
- A tree falling in a forest with no one around
Question 15/15: What on earth does 'sensoration' mean?
- Feeling sensitive about the IoT
- Sticking sensors on everything
- Losing the will to live
- Praying the tech industry adopts real English
Result: [SCORE-MESSAGE] out of [NB-OF-QUESTION-MESSAGE]
It's probably best you stick to Google-ing tech terms!
You have a working knowledge of the IT words that are not completely made up, but there's room to learn more nonsensical jargon.
Congratulations! You are a walking dictionary for tech jargon; just remember to use your power responsibly.