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== Documentation and user support ==  
 
== Documentation and user support ==  
  
Extensive documentation on the website a user manual with sections for getting started, adding/editing content, accessing content, creating reports, importing and exporting data, and data entry templates. The Administrator manual includes sections on installation, maintenance, customization, troubleshooting, and security. The Developer manual includes information for programmers who want to modify or develop modules. See: https://www.accesstomemory.org/docs/latest/
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Extensive documentation on the website a user manual with sections for getting started, adding/editing content, accessing content, creating reports, importing and exporting data, and data entry templates. The Administrator manual includes sections on installation, maintenance, customization, troubleshooting, and security. The Developer manual includes information for programmers who want to modify or develop modules. See: [https://www.accesstomemory.org/docs/latest/]
  
AtoM provides an online demonstration site that allows the public to get a feel for both the archivists’ and public interface. Import and upload features are disabled for security purposes. See: https://demo.accesstomemory.org/. AtoM also provides a preconfigured VirtualBox image that can be easily installed using Vagrant software on most operating systems. This local implementation has all features enabled. (Wintel users should ensure virtualization is enabled in BIOS.) See: https://www.accesstomemory.org/docs/latest/dev-manual/env/vagrant/ and https://www.slideshare.net/accesstomemory/atom-and-vagrant-installing-and-configuring-the-atom-vagrant-box-for-local-testing-and-development.
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AtoM provides an online demonstration site that allows the public to get a feel for both the archivists’ and public interface. Import and upload features are disabled for security purposes. See: [https://demo.accesstomemory.org/] AtoM also provides a preconfigured VirtualBox image that can be easily installed using Vagrant software on most operating systems. This local implementation has all features enabled. (Wintel users should ensure virtualization is enabled in BIOS.) See: [https://www.accesstomemory.org/docs/latest/dev-manual/env/vagrant/] and [https://www.slideshare.net/accesstomemory/atom-and-vagrant-installing-and-configuring-the-atom-vagrant-box-for-local-testing-and-development].
  
An active User Forum (based on Google Groups) provides a place to ask questions, both technical and functional, as well as learn about software developments. A large user community and AtoM developers participate in the group and offer a significant amount of support for free. See: https://wiki.accesstomemory.org/Resources/User_forum.
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An active User Forum (based on Google Groups) provides a place to ask questions, both technical and functional, as well as learn about software developments. A large user community and AtoM developers participate in the group and offer a significant amount of support for free. See: [https://wiki.accesstomemory.org/Resources/User_forum]
  
Artefactual also supplies remote technical support, software hosting, software development, custom theming, data migration, training, and consulting for a fee.
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Artefactual also supplies remote technical support, software hosting, software development, custom theming, data migration, training, and consulting for a fee.  
  
 
== Usability ==
 
== Usability ==

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