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eDirectory

eDirectory

By Arca Solutions
  • #92 Software in Web Content Management Systems
  • eDirectory market share is <0.01% with more than 394 companies using this software
  • Datanyze helps you reach more than 386,228 contacts that are using eDirectory , including IBM Capgemini AIG

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    ABOUT EDIRECTORY

    eDirectory is a directory service software product centrally managing access to resources on multiple servers and computers within a given network. eDirectory is the object-oriented database used to represent certain assets in an organization in a logical tree, including organizations, volumes, workstations, applications, printers, and services.

    Top industries using this technology

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    Top Competitors Websites Market Share Vendor
    5,554,799
    77.59%
    519,225
    7.25%
    195,664
    2.73%
    157,619
    2.20%
    87,441
    1.22%
    66,007
    0.92%
    57,084
    0.80%
    44,041
    0.62%
    33,359
    0.47%
    32,629
    0.46%
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    What is eDirectory and what is used for?

    eDirectory is a directory service software product centrally managing access to resources on multiple servers and computers within a given network. eDirectory is the object-oriented database used to represent certain assets in an organization in a logical tree, including organizations, volumes, workstations, applications, printers, and services.

    Which software are similar or alternative to eDirectory

    WordPress.org is one of the most well-known alternatives to eDirectory

    Who uses eDirectory?

    394 companies reportedly use eDirectory in their tech stacks, including IBM, Capgemini, AIG