Oh my god, it’s kind of this hodgepodge of old computer terminals.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Computer Terminal
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 163 other meanings of CT in our Acronym Attic
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Perhaps the most startling statistic produced by the 1987 report is that 66 percent of the office workers surveyed operate a computer terminal attached to a mainframe or to a personal computer.
Online collaboration is the process of group decision-making via computer terminals and software designed to keep responses anonymous.
The system is network-capable to enable programming, monitoring and data acquisition from a remote computer terminal.
It's the difference between a movie screen and a computer terminal - or between a book and a Powerbook.
Since the Summer of 1992, Rockefeller Center has provided a computer terminal area known as the DSSR room (Document Scanning, Storage and Retrieval) where current tenants and their architects and contractors can access building, architectural, mechanical, engineering and current "as-built" plans.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 6,400 people punched their names into a computer terminal at the Clark County Fair recently, hoping to learn that they had a right to a portion of $115 million in lost paychecks, old bank deposits, uncashed dividends, and assorted refunds, the Washington State Department of Revenue said today.
The officer may determine that a computer terminal (a keyboard and display monitor) and a modem (a device that permits digitally encoded computer information to be transmitted over telephone lines) were necessary to perform the acts accomplished, but the officer may not have any information regarding the manufacturers of the equipment, model numbers, or serial numbers.