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JPEG: Stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group.  A standard format of storing digitized, colour, or black-and-white photographs. JPEG files are smaller than corresponding GIF files.

LDAP: Stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. LDAP is preferred for creating directories. LDAP provides a standard way for Internet clients, applications, and servers to access directory services using TCP/IP, regardless of the hardware/software platform.

 

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