Standard: Approved spelling list of names and terminology

Standard

  • Spelling standard for the development of accurate Knowledge, Service Catalog, and Service Request articles   

User

  • Contributors and publishers of Knowledge, Service Catalog, and Service Request content

Environment

  • Knowledge Base (KB)
  • Service Catalog
  • TeamDynamix (TDX)

Rationale

  • All names and words have been verified correct in spelling and form, according to vendor/creator company, industry standard terminology, or AP Stylebook

Spelling Guide 

  • 25Live
  • AdminVPN
  • (Office of) Admission
  • Adobe, Adobe Reader, Read Out Loud, Adobe ColdFusion
  • (Academic) Advisor Assignment
  • AlcoholEdu, EVERFI
  • Alertus
  • Android
  • App Store
  • Apple, Apple TV
  • AppPortal, AppPortal Broker
  • Articulate Studio
  • Banner, Banner ID, BannerWeb, Native Banner, Banner+, ApplicationXtender 
  • BitLocker
  • BitTorrent
  • Blu-ray, Blu-ray Disc (BD)
  • Bomgar
  • Boot Camp
  • BrightLink
  • Bursar
  • Buyway, SciQuest 
  • Campus Services Center (formerly H.O.M.E. Office)
  • Canvas, Instructure, Turnitin, SpeedGrader, Gradebook
  • CAREERlink
  • Cascade
  • Casper
  • Chalk & Wire
  • Chase Bank eLockbox
  • CHEMCAD, CHEMCAD server
  • Cisco AnyConnect VPN client
  • Cisco IP Phone #### Series; Cisco IP Phone, model ####
  • Cisco Jabber, Cisco Jabber software
  • Cisco WebEx
  • clicker, TurningPoint response device, TurningPoint response clicker
  • ColdFusion
  • CollegeNET
  • ComDoc (printer), ComDoc Print Services (supplies, service)
  • Confluence, wiki
  • Control-M, Control-M/EM
  • Course List
  • Crocodoc
  • CSGold WebCard, CBORD, MyCard
  • CSV
  • CyberLink PowerDVD
  • Degree Audit Reporting System, DARS
  • deployment rule set
  • disc drives: Blu-ray, CD-R, CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD
  • DNS alias, CNAME (Canonical Name)
  • Dragon NaturallySpeaking
  • DreamSpark, Microsoft Imagine
  • drives: G drive, hard drive, local drive, M drive, H drive, network drive (shared drive), RAM drive (disk), solid-state drive (SSD), virtual drive
  • DrJava
  • drop-down menu
  • Duo Security, Duo two-factor authentication
  • e2Campus, emergency text messaging system
  • Easy Image Uploader
  • eCampus
  • EDUCAUSE
  • eduroam
  • eLearning
  • email
  • email address: IT@MiamiOH.edu
  • entity email
  • Equifax GPG key ring
  • Equitrac, Equitrac print management software
  • Ethernet, Ethernet cable
  • Evisions, Evisions FormFusion
  • fax, facsimile
  • Filelocker
  • FileMaker Pro, FileMaker Pro Network Databases CMDB
  • FileVault
  • FindUser
  • Firefly
  • firewall
  • Flash Player, Adobe Flash Player
  • GitLab, Git, Git repo
  • Gnutella
  • G Suite, G Suite (formerly Google Apps), G Suite Administrator
  • High-Performance Cluster (HPC), High-Performance Computing Cluster (HPCC)
  • HireTouch
  • Hoonuit (formerly Atomic Learning)
  • Hub, the Hub
  • iMac, iOS, iPhone, iPad, iTunes
  • IP, IP/VLAN, VLAN
  • Internet
  • IISreset command
  • Jabber Softphone
  • Java, JavaScript, Java deployment rule set, (DrJava)
  • JIRA
  • Kronos
  • LabVIEW
  • LastPass
  • Linux
  • LISTSERV, LISTSERV list
  • log in (to), log out (of) (as verb)
    • login (page), logout (as noun, adjective)
  • Mac, MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, Mac Pro
    • OS X, macOS Sierra, macOS (generic), Mac OS # (archaic)
  • Maple
  • Mathematica
  • MATLAB, MathWorks
  • McGraw-Hill Connect
  • MeetMe
  • Miami Chat, Miami Notebook
  • Microsoft Windows #, Microsoft Surface, Microsoft Office 201#, Microsoft Remote Desktop
  • Minitab
  • MiTech Computer Services Center, MiTech
  • Modern Office Methods, MOM (printer); Modern Office Methods (MOM) Managed Print Services (supplies, service)
  • MP3
  • muConnect
  • MUFiles
  • MUIaa
  • MUnet
  • MUprint (formerly Pay4Print), uPrint
  • MU-Wireless, MU-Gaming, MU-Guest (names); MU-WIRELESS, MU-GAMING, MU-GUEST (configuration settings)
  • myCourses
  • MyCard
  • myMiami
  • MyMicros
  • My Doors
  • My Door Personnel Manager
  • MyFiles
  • Niihka, Sakai
  • NoMAD
  • NuPark
  • OCR
  • Office 365
  • One Stop
  • Oracle
  • Paciolan
  • PDF
  • peer-to-peer, P2P
  • Philo, IPTV
  • Photo Roster
  • PlayStation, PS4
  • PoE injector, PoE (Power over Ethernet) injector
  • Proctorio
  • Qualtrics, Qualtrics Survey
  • Quick Links
  • R, RStudio
  • Read&Write
  • RedHawk Refunds
  • (Office of the University) Registrar
  • RemoteApp (Microsoft)
  • requester (person who makes a request); requestor (application that makes a request)
  • ResNet, ResNet Turbo
  • ResponseWare
  • (to) rickroll (verb), (a) rickroll (noun)
  • Roku
  • RSA SecurID
  • SAS, SAS JMP
  • set up (verb); setup (noun)
  • single-projection
  • Siri
  • Skillport
  • Slack
  • smartphone
  • Snap Surveys, Snap Surveys tool
  • SourceTree
  • Splunk
  • Sprint
  • SPSS Statistics, IBM SPSS Statistics
  • Stata
  • (to) sync (verb, noun)
  • TeamDynamix, TDX
  • Technology Support Services (formerly Campus Partnerships), TSS
  • TechQual+
  • Teredo
  • TRAIN
  • Turning Technologies
  • TurningPoint Cloud, TurningPoint Lite
  • Turnitin
  • TweetDeck, Tweet (noun), (to) tweet (verb), Twitter
  • two-factor authentication, Google Authenticator 2-Step Verification
  • UniqueID
  • Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) hardware device; U2F device
  • URL
  • USB
  • Verizon, Verizon Wireless
  • virtual machine
  • VMware Fusion
  • voicemail (noun, adjective)
  • voice mailbox
  • VoIP
  • VPN
  • W-2, W2 [sic]
  • WebEx
  • WebLogic, Oracle WebLogic Server
  • website, web page
  • WeBWork
  • WhenToWork
  • Wi-Fi
  • wiki
  • Windows, Windows #
  • WinFrame
  • WireShare
  • WordPress
  • Xbox
  • XMedius, XMediusFAX
  • YouTube
  • YubiKey 4 Series Security Key (product name), YubiKey U2F device (generic product name); YubiKey security device;​​​​​​
    • (generic standard) Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) hardware device; U2F hardware device; U2F device; U2F authenticator

 

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Article ID: 18076
Created
Fri 11/4/16 1:08 PM
Modified
Tue 8/6/19 4:42 PM
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