Linux is becoming very popular in the business environment.
Office Suites - An office suite is a collection of related software for knowledge workers. The software is distributed together in a single package, with a consistent graphical interface, and typically with strong integration between the different components.
Office Software - Linux has a good selection of desktop business software that can help to enhance an organization’s efficiency and adaptability to change.
Groupware - Groupware software (often known as collaborative software) is designed to enable users to collaborate, regardless of location, via the internet or a corporate intranet and to work together in a virtual atmosphere.
Project Management - Project management tools encompass many different types of software such as scheduling, resource allocation, collaboration software, quality management, and cost control / budget management.
Business Process Management - Manage your Business with a Complete Software Solution. They take a holistic management approach that enhances business effectiveness and flexibility on the basis of a set of standardized IT technologies and tools.
Business Intelligence - Design and generate reports from a wide range of data sources. This software is used for reporting and querying software, digital dashboards, process and data mining, business performance management, and spreadsheets.
Relational Databases - relational database matches data using common characteristics found within the data set. Most databases are based on this type.
MySQL Tools - MySQL is a relational database management system. It provides a very fast, multi-threaded, multi-user, and robust SQL (Structured Query Language) database server.. We cover essential utilities for MySQL.
MongoDB GUIs - MongoDB is a high performance, open source, non-relational NoSQL database written in C++. We feature Graphical User interfaces for this database.
Document-Oriented Databases - In this type of database each record is stored as a document without the need to define in advance the schema of the data.
PDF Viewers - Besides great PDF viewers, many are versatile document viewers. Over the years PDF has become an extremely important file format.
PDF Tools - Create, view and manipulate Portable Document Format (PDF) files. The format is reliable, ease of creation, security, and version independence. The format also supports annotations, and a very practical format.
PDF Manipulation Tools -Small tools that are designed to manipulate PDF files. Software that extract, splits, merge, mix, rotate, translate, convert and much more.
Presentation Software that Shines - A presentation software is a tool used to show information in the form of a slide show, a presentation of a series of still images. Help make your slides look stunning.
Document Processors - Produce high quality documents by focusing on the structure of the document rather than its appearance.
OCR Systems - Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is the conversion of scanned images of handwritten, typewritten or printed text into searchable, editable documents. OCR software is able to recognise the difference between characters and images, and between characters themselves.
LaTeX Tools - LaTeX is a document preparation system and document markup language for high-quality typesetting. We explore LaTeX editors, bibliography tools and more.
Script Writing - Script writing is the art and craft of writing scripts for the general public. The script can take the form of musicals, plays, novels, films, television programmes, and more.
Document Management Systems - This is an information technology that has taken over from legacy systems of manual or server based file sharing, the electronic filing cabinet, to control policies and procedures. It is one of the functions provided by Enterprise Content Management.
Caching Systems - Caches are employed in a variety of different ways. For example, caches are used to store items in memory, to disk, and to a database. Caches are also frequently used to service DNS requests, as well as distributed caching where caches are used to to spread across different networked hosts.
Editors - This article covers console, graphical, HTML editors, and text processing software.
Vim-Like Text Editors - Alternatives in the Vim vein. Vim is an enhanced version of the vi editor, with development dating back to 1976.
Neovim GUIs - Third party GUIs designed for Neovim, a Vim-fork focused on extensibility and usability.
Emacs-Like Text Editors - Simpler programs to Emacs. Over the years, one of the most emotive areas in the world of Linux is the choice of text editor.
Configuration Frameworks for Emacs - These configuration frameworks are a stepping stone. You can use these configuration frameworks, tailor them to your own preferences, and, in less time, fully master the power of this editor.
Distraction-Free Compact Text Editors - Great for remote editing and much more. Whatever the level of sophistication of the editor, they typically have a common set of functionality, such as searching/replacing text, formatting text, importing files, as well as moving text within the file.
Collaborative Editing Tools - Focus on writing without interruption, yet work mutually with others. With good collaborative software, we can share notes, data and files, and use comments to share thoughts in real-time or asynchronously. Working together on documents, images, video, presentations, and tasks is made less of a chore.
Markdown Editors - Markdown is a minimal markup language. Readability is at the very heart of Markdown. It offers the advantages of plain text, provides a convenient format for writing for the web, but it’s not intended to be a replacement for HTML.
HTML Editors - Covers simple editors that are suitable for beginners, to editors that are targeted towards programmers.
Hex Editors - A hex editor is a special type of editor that can open any type of file and display its contents, byte by byte.