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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    A Fresh Approach Toward Document Management With Open Source

    Despite the relatively mature state of enterprise software, companies still find it difficult to easily manage the multitude of documents generated throughout the normal course of business. Because of this difficulty, project teams suffer from miscommunication, lost information and disorganized workflow - all of which results in project delays, wasted...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Enterprise Records and Email Management: The Case for an Open Source Approach

    As organizations struggle to manage the proliferation of content - including email messages and their attachments, financial transactions, official business transactions and policy changes - while adhering to high-level business initiatives and compliance laws and regulations, they seek practical and cost-effective records management solutions. Because many traditional Enterprise Content Management...

    Provided By Rivet Logic

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Next-generation Enterprise Collaboration: The Case for Deploying Open Source Solutions

    Today, social networking capability, blogs, forums and other community and knowledge-sharing tools are changing the way consumers connect, share information and make buying decisions. Similarly, Enterprise and Web 2.0 technologies and business processes are beginning to free workforces from the constraints of traditional communication and productivity tools. Employees of leading...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Value of Open Source in the Content Management Landscape

    How does open source software create value for all the links in its ecosystem - namely investors, vendors and customers? Specifically, how does open source content management software create value? The past few years have seen frenzied investment in open source software. While some investments, like MySQL and RedHat, have...

    Provided By Rivet Logic

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    A Fresh Approach Toward Document Management With Open Source

    Despite the relatively mature state of enterprise software, companies still find it difficult to easily manage the multitude of documents generated throughout the normal course of business. Because of this difficulty, project teams suffer from miscommunication, lost information and disorganized workflow - all of which results in project delays, wasted...

    Provided By Rivet Logic

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Enterprise Records and Email Management: The Case for an Open Source Approach

    As organizations struggle to manage the proliferation of content - including email messages and their attachments, financial transactions, official business transactions and policy changes - while adhering to high-level business initiatives and compliance laws and regulations, they seek practical and cost-effective records management solutions. Because many traditional Enterprise Content Management...

    Provided By Rivet Logic

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Next-generation Enterprise Collaboration: The Case for Deploying Open Source Solutions

    Today, social networking capability, blogs, forums and other community and knowledge-sharing tools are changing the way consumers connect, share information and make buying decisions. Similarly, Enterprise and Web 2.0 technologies and business processes are beginning to free workforces from the constraints of traditional communication and productivity tools. Employees of leading...

    Provided By Rivet Logic

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Value of Open Source in the Content Management Landscape

    How does open source software create value for all the links in its ecosystem - namely investors, vendors and customers? Specifically, how does open source content management software create value? The past few years have seen frenzied investment in open source software. While some investments, like MySQL and RedHat, have...

    Provided By Rivet Logic