M4A - Unprotected audio fileM4A is a file extension for an audio file encoded with advanced audio coding (AAC) which is a loss compression. M4A was generally intended as the successor to MP3, which had not been originally designed for audio only but was layer III in an MPEG 1 or 2 video files. M4A stands for MPEG 4 Audio. M4A is an unprotected audio file.
A MAC (Media Access Control) address is an ID code assigned to any device with built-in networking capability. A MAC address is twelve digits and is usually displayed as six pairs of characters (hexadecimal) separated by colons or dashes (example - 0A:1B:2C:3D:4E:5F). Most manufacturer's web sites (along with others) can help users find the MAC address of a device; sometimes it is printed on a sticker on the device or the box it came in or included in documentation. Most of the time there will be two different MAC addresses printed on a sticker. One is for the wired Ethernet card and the other is for the wireless Ethernet card.
Merging DocumentsDocuments can be merged together within the ImageNow System.
Documents can be merged together within the ImageNow system as long as both documents
are in the same drawer and merging permissions are turned on for that drawer.
Multifactor Authentication/MFA (2-Step)Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a security system that requires more than one method of authentication from independent categories of credentials to verify the user's identity for a login or other transaction.