Few people work, most people have to take a break from the Christmas rush and only rarely - at least in Germany - is the weather good. While in previous years it was possible to spend this time sensibly skiing, this has also become rather complicated in the pandemic year. So what to do? In the unusual year 2020, we are also doing something unusual and "knocking out" another highlight between the years - to let the mid-year melancholy sail away with the hottest and freshest reading material: Our new whitepaper "Archiving Today - Innovative Architecture with Assured ROI" is now available for you - download it now for free. Slide well into the new year!
These days, functioning electronic archives are a prerequisite for ensuring that home office workers can reliably access their company's documents.
When the car was invented, the term "automobile" with the Greek autòs ("self, personal, own") and the Latin mobilis ("movable") emphasized the "self-movable". Paradoxically, however, the automobile was far from being self-moving.
After a lengthy transition phase, the last kgs CAD content servers have now gone live at TRUMPF GmbH + Co KG. The globally active machine tool builder, headquartered in Ditzingen, Germany, is using kgs archive server and client software to replace its old OpenText system.