Hub also called a repeater hub, is the basic networking component used in traditional 10-Mbps Ethernet networks to connect network stations to form a local area network (LAN).
Hypertext Transfer Protocol is a standard Internet protocol that specifies the client/server interaction processes between Web browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Chrome and Web servers...
HTX, stands for HTML Extension, is a text file with the extension .htx that is used by Microsoft Index Server (Indexing Service in Windows 2000).
HTMLA is a technique for remotely administering servers using a standard Web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer as the client-side administrative interface.
A hot spare is a backup component that can be placed into service immediately when a primary component fails, without needing to shut down all system.
Hosts File is a text file that provides a local method for resolution of fully qualified domain names (FQDNs) into their respective IP addresses on a TCP/IP network.