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By Echo Lingo on 4/27/2012 8:04 AM

Echo Lingo - Google Drive

Google had rolled out a new cloud storage service called Google Drive that enabled users to store photos and other content online, somewhat similar to what popular technology company Dropbox had been doing.

Google’s new cloud storage services would tap on its legendary search capabilities to allow users to not only retrieve their stored information faster, but also searched through a variety of document types via the normal web interface.

In addition, users would be able to access Google Drive on any popular web browsers and also to share and comment right on the documents for online collaboration. While Dropbox was currently offering 2 GB of free storage, Google Drive users would have the first 5 GB for free.

By Echo Lingo on 4/8/2012 7:04 AM

4.  Alfresco

Echo Lingo - Alfresco

Alfresco was a powerful enterprise content management system that was built for users who required scalability and modularity. The Alfresco application required a steeper learning curve for novice users but was an excellent choice for enterprises.


Echo Lingo - XOOPS

XOOPS which stood for eXtensible Obkect Oriented Portal System, was a very flexible and customizable application for controlling the layout of content. However the application had limited extensions and less online support for non-English speaker.

6.  Plone

Echo Lingo - Plone

Plone was a platform independent application built on Zope application server and written in Python. It came with installers for the Windows, Mac and the Linux environments. Apart from being platform independent, Plone was highly regarded for its security features.

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