A knowledge base (KB) is a technology used to store complex structured and unstructured information.

The term 'knowledge base' is used to describe a system that consists of information that is represented by facts, data, e-books, references, policies, documents about the business processes, methods and other general knowledge that define rules and other forms of logic related to the use of the software.

A further extension to the knowledge-base is the Document Management System (DMS) which is used to store and manage printable digital documents.

You can view our example of a secure open-source Document Management System (DMS)
Please use the following credentials to login to the DMS.
User: jsmith
Password: jsmith
NOTE: Keep in mind that the above systems are purely of demonstrative and introductory value only. You may elect to use alternative professional or enterprise versions to suit your environment more closely.