19 06, 2018

Document Manipulation in Minutes with Plugin-Free HTML5 DocuVieware

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Hi everyone, Today we would like to share with you an article written by Jeremy Likness about DocuVieware. Jeremy Likness is a Cloud Developer Advocate for Azure at Microsoft. He has spent two decades building enterprise software with a focus on line of [...]

19 05, 2017

DocuVieware HTML5 Viewer and Document Management Kit Version 3 New Major Release

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Hi Everyone! Welcome to a new DocuVieware and an updated website! DocuVieware is entering his third year of existence and is now recognized as one of the fastest and most complete toolkit on the market to build dynamic Web applications. You will find new [...]

25 04, 2017

When Cloud Document Sharing Becomes a Necessity

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Cloud as a source of innovation Users, spending even more time online, require specific tools to complete their everyday tasks. The market of sharing and collaborative solutions is yet to grow and new players are about to enter, offering sharing services for specific situations [...]

20 02, 2015

Obscured by Clouds

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Hi folks, We’ve paraphrased the title of Pink Floyd’s seventh album not because it was also the soundtrack of a very interesting French film (La Vallée, 1972) but mainly because today we will try to give you an overview on cloud computing. The term “cloud” became more and more frequent in IT since quite a few years now and it’s likely to become an IT-vocabulary champion soon so we’ll probably hear and use it as often as currently used by meteorologists, pilots and farmers. Apparently the word “cloud” started its technical career due to the diagrams used by computer engineers: one server is graphically represented by a small icon within a circle so the representation of a multitude of servers grouped in a cluster looks like lots of crowded olympic circles. Or like a grape. “Or like a cloud”, must have figured out some engineer with obvious poetic tendencies. Thanks to whom ‘clouds’ brought their mystery, ambiguity and remoteness in almost all our today’s computer-related conversations, conferences, writings and advertisements. […]