The acronym ITIL® pertains to the term Information Technology Infrastructure Library. This is actually a collection of best practice strategies that an organization can employ so that they can improve or enhance the way they supply competent information technology services to client companies or client organizations. The end goal of any corporation or organization that uses information technology is two-fold: a) to derive a significant degree of financial value from IT systems; and b) making sure that the IT systems they use are of good quality.
The procedures outlined in ITIL® are dependent on the type of service providers (or suppliers) that the client organization can get. These procedures were created so that client companies and client organizations can have basis for comparing the quality of the various kinds of information technology infrastructure, systems development, and operations they are given by their service providers.
Each set of the ITIL® procedures are delineated within a hard-copy book, with one book dedicated to one core area of IT Management. Only the Office of Government Commerce of the United Kingdom has ownership over the acronym ITIL® and its term Information Technology Infrastructure Library.
The acronym PPT, on the other hand, refers to a new image processing application that has been created for compatibles and microcomputers under the Amiga standard. PPT is supposed to have a multithreaded core that is its greatest selling point. What does this signify for end-users? Basically, the multithreaded core will allow users to proceed to work on succeeding images in the work sequence, while your application is still processing the previous image. Even if a batch processor is also running at the same time, you can keep working on the new images in your sequence.
To run your PPT, you require the use of an Amiga standard compatible or microcomputer that has a significantly large memory (because image processing takes up much memory space.) If you want to run accelerated graphics, you can use a CyberGFX though you can still use a Workbench 2.04 or more recent versions too. There will be times when you require an asl.library V38, but a V39 and Workbench 3.0 is also usable for PPT. Your system should be dependent on a hard drive (though some users speculate that a floppy disk could also be used too.) If you can get BGUI.library v41.10 or higher versions, that would be good.
So if you use the two acronyms together, ITIL® PPT indicates the Information Technology Infrastructure Library about the PPT image processing program. In the ITIL® PPT, there may be mention made of some bugs that have yet to be ironed out when using the PPT image processing program, such as when the machine hangs when you are dragging an image and dropping it; and when the text effect command refuses to function. Other than these, users still claim that PPT is a rather nice image processing application because it has very useful features such as: progressive JPEG support when you are either loading or saving; CyberGFX support; and an ability to manage rather large files through its built-in virtual memory.