How to manage document, from a professionnal of document management



  • The company I currently work for (not for long) has two different activities:

    The first one is a DMS (Document Management System) product sold to companies to help them manage their documents.

    It features fine-grained access management, versionning, full-text search in most common document types.



    The second is web sites development.

    When the website pole needs to share a document with a client o, the standard process is to put it on a ftp server in a folder labelled with the client name, and to send the ftp login/password to the client.

    Yes, there is only one login/password pair for this ftp.



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  • @Rhaban said:

    The company I currently work for (not for long) has two different activities:

    The first one is a DMS (Document Management System) product sold to companies to help them manage their documents.

    It features fine-grained access management, versionning, full-text search in most common document types.



    The second is web sites development.

    When the website pole needs to share a document with a client o, the standard process is to put it on a ftp server in a folder labelled with the client name, and to send the ftp login/password to the client.

    Yes, there is only one login/password pair for this ftp.

    That would make sense if the DMS wasn't purely web-based. Otherwise not dogfooding isn't super bad.


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