staging server

staging server

A server used to temporarily show certain users new and revised Internet and/or intranet pages before they are put into production.
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"It (the cyber espionage group) made a major blunder in leaving a staging server publicly accessible, exposing the group's entire arsenal of tools.
This will make it more difficult for cyber criminals because they will need to find a staging server to transfer data onto before exfiltrating data to their destination.
The new development center has over 300+ sitting capacity and is equipped with 99.99% Secured Internet Connection, High End Data Security, Iterative Development Facility with Staging Server, Video Conferencing Facility along with dedicated R&D Lab and Video-Animation Lab.
All data were then "cleansed" on a staging server to produce a unified, standard version of data from multiple systems.
Even in an environment where records are being archived on tape, many IT departments will use disk-based storage as a staging server, recording multiple backup cycles before being archived on tape.
The staging server. Because all of MVP's e-mail passes through the ZixVPM server, nothing needs to be installed on the desktop computers of MVP staff to enable them to encrypt a message.
There, the staging server collects updated catalog, dealer and pricing information for replication to the production database server, which uses it to generate Web page content and capture customer information.
An entry-level systems comprising Mediasurface's Staging Server (a web content development package), Live Server (a web publishing tool) and Integrator (which enables developers to pull content down from other parts of the web) will cost about 45,000 pounds ($75,500).
GlobalScape explains that non-technical users can browse a copy of their organization's Web site on the PureCMS staging server, click the page they want to edit, log in and make textual or graphic changes on screen.