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Alfresco To Contribute Microsoft SharePoint Open Source Integration To Apache Chemistry

Press Release | Alfresco Software | October 8, 2014

Alfresco Software today announced it is contributing to the Apache Software Foundation an open source integration, named Chemistry Parts. The integration connects Microsoft SharePoint to virtually any enterprise content management (ECM) system, including Alfresco, using the open standard CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) from OASIS...

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B3 Group Awarded DVA T4 Task Order for 24 x 7 Core Infrastructure Service (CIS) Support

Press Release | B3 Group, Inc. | October 23, 2015

B3 Group, Inc. will be partnering with ProSphere-Tek to provide to the VA with 24×7 Core Infrastructure Service (CIS) Support on this five (5) year contract. The mission of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Office of Information & Technology (OI&T), Service Delivery and Engineering (SDE) Enterprise Systems Engineering (ESE), System Design and Core Systems Engineering Services (SDCS), Enterprise Messaging and Collaboration Services (EMCS)

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Everyone Innovates Every Day: Collaborative Idea Management at Ericsson

Magnus Karlsson | OpenSource.com | March 1, 2012

At Ericsson, a collaborative idea management tool is enabling all employees to innovate everyday across the organization. After 3 years of use, the pull based and self-organizing system has over 15000 ideas. More than 300 innovation managers globally have opened idea boxes to attract ideas for their specific innovation efforts. Read More »

How to Write Documentation That's Actually Useful

Steven Vaughan-Nichols | Enterprise.Nxt | July 10, 2017

Programmers love to write code, but they hate to write documentation. Developers always want to read documentation when they inherit a project, but writing it themselves? Feh! How common is this? A recent GitHub survey found that "incomplete or outdated documentation is a pervasive problem," according to 93 percent of respondents. Yet 60 percent of contributors to the open source code repository say they rarely or never contribute to documentation. Their reasoning, for both the open source projects and their own applications? A common attitude that "documentation is for 'lusers' who don't write good code!"...

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Microsoft Reluctantly Bows To Linux Users

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | ZDNet | January 2, 2012

Ace Microsoft reporter Mary Jo Foley swears she's not drinking. Microsoft really is getting ready to enable customers to make Linux and Windows virtual machines (VMs) persistent on Windows Azure, its public platform-as-a-service (PaaS) cloud service. Read More »

Policy Management Software for Hospitals and Clinics Helps with Change Management

Shahid N. Shah | The Healthcare IT Guy | October 30, 2011

EHRs are a hot topic now, and they should be. Healthcare is taking drastic turns, and it’s not possible to fix every problem at once. But just how big of a deal are policies and procedures? Read More »

U.S. Peace Corps Adopts OpenEMR for use in 77 Countries World-wide

The U.S. Peace Corps recently awarded a five-year contract to EnSoftek to implement OpenEMR in its field offices around the world. OpenEMR is one of the most widely implemented electronic medical record (EMR) systems in the world with more than 15,000 installs around the globe and translations into 19 languages. The total solution will also includes Dynamics CRM, SharePoint, BizTalk, SQL Server, and other software applications and will be known collectively as PCMEDICS. Read More »