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> Has anyone out there done a software evaluation on various Document
> Management tools? Does anyone out there use a Document Management tool?
> Does anyone out there know of any names of Document Management tools?
A good article appeared in the April copy of CIO Magazine. The article was
about virtual documents, and it addressed document management as part of a
larger issue, namely, breaking documents into logical components and managing
those components to create any number of documents. It was not a software
review, but listed software and manufacturers. It succeeded, however, in
raising some very interesting questions about where the concept of the
'document' is headed.
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