The word software is a noun. Software means (1) (computer science) written programs or procedures or rules and associated documentation pertaining to the operation of a computer system and that are stored in read/write memory.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word software.
- Apache Software Foundation
ASF is a foundation that was created to support Apache software
products. Software is produced by a collaborative of experts who volunteer their expertise. The Foundation sponsors meetings, projects, and information about software developments.
- SWsoft: Virtualization and Automation Software
Founded in 1999, SWsoft has offices in North America, Europe, and Asia. The company's software
powers more than 130,000 servers and 600,000 desktops in over 120 countries. The product line includes operating system virtualization software, desktop software, and a server control panel. The website lists problems and solutions, support, events, and much more. Users can request demos.
- Computer Software
Visit this computer software
manufacturer directory for information about computer software manufacturers and wholesalers in the USA. The photo on this page depicts loading software onto a laptop computer from a CD.
- Generalized CAD Software
is a type of computer program used to draft architectural or engineering drawings. Find links to companies that provide CAD software and packages.
- Specialized CAD Software
is used to draft, model, and edit architectural or engineering designs. Find links to developers of specialized CAD software.
- Software & Information Industry Association
SIIA is the principal trade association for the software
and digital content industry. Its mission is to promote and protect the software industry and to provide information to the industry. Users can become members on the website and learn about membership benefits. The website contains information about products, events, programs, and recent news.
- Atlassian Software Systems
Atlassian, an Australian company, is a global software
company that has 7000 customers in over 87 countries. Their mission is to respond rapidly to customer needs and they have a reputation for excellent service. Their four main products are JIRA, Confluence, Bamboo, and Crowd all of which are management tools and thoroughly described on the website.
- Free Software Magazine
This is a website devoted exclusively to the promotion of free software. The online magazine is free. Also on the site are blogs where users can write about software
or alternatives. There is a reviews section and hundreds of other articles. The site is funded by advertising and user donations.
- Check Point Software Technologies
Check Point Software
was founded in 1993 and is located in California and Tel Aviv, Israel. The Company is a leader in corporate firewall, personal firewall, data security, and VPN markets. There are also components that protect PC's from hackers, spyware, and data theft. Check Point's customers include all Fortune 100 companies. Users can find out how to purchase the products on the website.
- Entertainment Software Rating Board
The ESRB is a non-profit, self-regulatory body established in 1994. It assigns computer and video games ratings, enforces industry-adopted advertising guidelines, and helps ensure responsible privacy practices. Their mission is to empower parents so that they can make informed decisions about the games their children play. The website explains the rating system and provides examples.
- UserLand Software
UserLand has been providing web publishing solutions since 1997. UserLand is used by schools and universities to create and manage websites and intranets. It is used by businesses to create weblogs to improve employee and customer communications. More detailed information and instructions for obtaining the software
on the website.
- Wild Ginger Software
Wild Ginger produces a comprehensive range of fashion design and sewing pattern software. The company believes that computerization and digital solutions are the key to maintaining a competitive edge in the apparel manufacturing market. Their clients include custom clothing shops, apparel manufacturers, sewing enthusiasts, and theatrical costume shops.
Oracle is a supplier of software
management and the second largest supplier of software. The Oracle database consists of a collection of data, all managed by Oracle software. Software purchase and installation information are on the website.
provides generic web based solutions aimed at fulfilling different requirements for the medium and small-sized business. Their newest product is Absolute Video Channel, which enables companies to form their own TV channel. Other products include live customer support software, web site content manager, newsletter management software, banner ad management software, and more.
- Citrix Systems
Citrix Systems, located in Ft. Lauderdale FL and founded in 1989, provides a range of software
that help businesses optimize their web applications. Fast and easy accessibility to files and software is important. If the people who work in a business cannot access the necessary files or software, they cannot help the customers. Citrix Systems provides solutions.
FileDudes calls itself the ultimate software
resource site. It is organized by type of software, such as desktop, developer tools, education, etc., and by utility need, such as operating systems, home and personal, etc. Within each category are links to appropriate providers. There is also an up-to-date listing of new software
Ubuntu is a community-developed, Linux-based operating system that is good for laptops, desktops, and servers. It contains a web browser, presentation, document, and spreadsheet software, instant messaging and more. The software
is free and can be downloaded from the website. Its first official release was in 2004. Users can find out more about the software
and organization on the website.
DirectAdmin, a Canadian company, produces and sells control panel software. It allows businesses to set up an email menu, FTP menu, DNS menu, Statistics menu, Front Page Extensions, a Subdomain menu, and more. The software
is customizable. There is an online tutorial, a forum for discussion of the products, and a support site.
- Ex Libris
Ex Libris, which began in 1980, is a pioneer in the field of integrated software
solutions for libraries and information centers. Its product line is available in 20 languages and there are support branches in 25 countries. The company has formed user groups
to help with software
updates and developments. On the site is a bibliography of articles that refer to or discuss the Ex Libris products.
Ghostscript is a copyrighted software
package that interprets Postscript language and converts it to other formats. It can do the same with PDF files. It is written entirely in C and can run on a variety of platforms. There is a version of the software is free. Information about that and obtaining Ghostscript is on the website.
The Globus Alliance is a group of organizations and individuals developing fundamental technologies behind the Grid
to facilitate data and software
sharing. The Globus Toolbox is an open source software toolkit that is used for building grid systems. The website describes both these products in full detail, plus information about the research projects that the Alliance is working on.
GNU is an operating system composed entirely of free software. Its design is Unix-like. GNU offers numerous systems and software
programs. GNU stands for Gnu's Not Unix
, and was developed, along with a GNU Manifesto, by Richard Stallman, a former MIT professor.
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- Software News
Recent news stories about the topic software, aggregated from diverse, English-language news sources.
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- Software Tweets
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