Also referred to as an IP PBX or a virtual PBX, a hosted PBX refers to a communication service where the call platform (as well as the PBX features and capabilities) are operated and maintained by a third-party service provider off-site. Businesses no longer have to purchase, maintain, or upgrade hardware because the service provider shoulders this responsibility. This allows organizations to focus more on their core competencies, and save moneySponsored Listing
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DataVision is a reporting tool similar to Crystal Reports. DV supports many data sources (JDBC, files) and many output formats (HTML, XML, PDF, LaTeX, Excel, delimited files, DocBook). DV includes a GUI editor. DV is embeddable. Reports are XML-based.66 weekly downloads
The research of an ability to port Liferay to Virgo1 weekly downloads
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Managed file transfer framework (MFT) based on Spring, Hibernate, REST and many other open standards. The core innovation consists of the so called segmented data transfer and storage, that allows to put reliability and data security to a next level.
Hollaka Hollala is a chatbot engine and IRC bot. The chatbot engine uses a knowledge base organized in an XML file and WordNet for dictionary lookup. The IRC Bot has some WordNet- and Web-based functionality and is hot-extensible through Ruby programs.
LeapingLemming is a project management, estimating and work tracking tool based on a hierarchical tree of jobs. It extends the project work tree into each user's personally created to-do list allowing early experience of estimating for all project staff
Aka VA is a Java EE 5 application which provides online tools to produce manageable web apps which can share databases, web services, security domains, components and other JNDI resources. Apps can be developed, tested, migrated, and exported easily.