The Business Guide to Free Information Technology Including Free/Libre Open Source Software

Front Cover, Oct 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 324 pages
The Guide summarizes computer software for over 30 business areas. The best software packages for each area are presented in plain English. This book answers the question of What is available. Anyone starting a business will quickly see how to capitalize on these in business. Anyone already in business learns what packages can be added to improve an existing business. Choose and area of interest such as accounting, time tracking, shared calendars, payroll, HR, POS, cash registers, online storefront, ERP, project management, messaging, groupware, email servers, document management, workflow, remote desktops, remote file access, VPN, customer management, sales, CRM, audio-visual, attorneys, physicians, spreadsheets, word processors, computer telephones, contact managers, presentations, spam control, web servers, database systems, web sites, blogs, forums, and others. The reader gains immediate knowledge of what software can be used in business.

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OpenSource Economics 16 OpenSource Communities 20 What is OpenSource? 21 Competitive Advantage 25 Customer Support Help Desk
Business Operations
Business Productivity 127 Project Management 128 Messaging Groupware 140 Document Management 145 Workflow Business Process
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