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Which technologies could be used by customers to access company information externally?
In a computer network company, why do keep inventory?

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"Which technologies could be used by customers to access company information externally?"
- Enterprise Information Portals (EIPs) [1, 2] allow customers to search and access corporate information. It is a gateway for users to log into and retrieve corporate information, company history and other services or resources.

Enterprise portal features
* Content and document management? services that support the full life cycle of content and document creation and provide mechanisms for authoring, approval, version control and scheduled publishing. Some portal solutions providers remove the need for a third-party content management system.

* Collaboration? portal members can communicate synchronously (through chat or messaging) or asynchronously ...

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Which technologies could be used by customers to access company information externally is explored. In a computer network company, why do keep inventory is explained.

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