documenting in the cloud (was RE: Back on topic please

Subject: documenting in the cloud (was RE: Back on topic please
From: "Dimitri Tetsch" <dimitri -dot- tetsch -at- 4st -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2012 09:55:31 +0200

HelpServer CMS which is entirely web-and server-based is also being offered
as SaaS (=cloud computing subcription model).

Authors can work together in true real time using a Word-like editor. All
content is stored as XML in a MySQL database that resides on a 4.ST
web-server.

Content can easily be published to a front-end web portal, End-users can
print entire nodes in real time to PDF.



HelpServer can listen to incoming requests, grab the needed (personalized)
content from the database and render it to the requestor via the browser /
PDF in real time.

Next to providing help & documentation to end-customers via an online web
portal (web help), authors can export content to files.



You can request a SaaS trial from www.helpserver.eu . your SaaS trial
environment will be up and running in less than 5 minutes.

You find pricing information on
http://www.helpserver.eu/go/hsknow.overviewguide/prices.saas





Best Regards,



Dimitri Tetsch

4.ST - HelpServer


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