ODI stands for Open Data-link Interface, is a standard developed by Novell and Apple for defining the communication mechanism between network interface card (NIC) drivers and network protocols.
Automation makes it possible for one application to manipulate objects implemented in another application, or to expose objects so they can be manipulated.
Open Network Environment: Organizations are looking to harness trends such as cloud, mobility, social networking, and video to fuel the next wave of business innovation.
Offline Browsing is a feature of Microsoft Internet Explorer that allows users to browse cached or subscribed Web content when they are not connected to the Internet.
OLE stands for object linking and embedding, is a feature that allows users to create and edit documents that contain objects created by different applications.
OLE is a low-level object-oriented technology based on the Component Object Model (COM) that provides services to applications for creating compound documents.