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9 Bargain IT Tools For SMBs

Stretch your IT budget with open source and free products and services. Added win: Open source tools' opportunity for customization.
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Alfresco's content management software is relatively new for Thorpe, but he likes what he sees so far. The open source platform is available both in the cloud and on-premises behind a network firewall -- or both. It's mobile-minded UI looks good on tablets and smartphones, too, as well as PCs. Note that the free version only covers 10 GB of stored data.

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Slide Shows are NOT usable articles. If I can't read it, I also cannot read or click on your ads.
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