How Many Organizations are Using Version Control as a Management Tool?

Version Control Management tools are important to organizations that have any kind of work products that need to have a record of changes being made throughout time.

According to Google, ‘Version Control is a system that records changes to a file or set of files over time so that you can recall specific versions later. You will use software source code as the files being version controlled, though in reality you can do this with nearly any type of file on a computer.’

Why use it? Two big reasons are risk mitigation and business management, important reasons for any one individual, but an even more compelling need when collaborating with others.

FinancesOnline published the 20 Best Version Control Systems of 2019. Let’s look below:

What are the 20 best version control systems?

  1. AWS CodeCommit

  2. Team Foundation Server

  3. GitHub

  4. Jedi VCS

  5. IBM Rational Clearcase

  6. IBM Rational Synergy

  7. Bitbucket

  8. Subversion

  9. GitLab

  10. Git

  11. CA HARVEST SCM

  12. StarTeam

  13. TortoiseSVN

  14. Alfresco One

  15. ONLYOFFICE

  16. Beanstalk

  17. HelixCore

  18. CVS

  19. ArX

  20. GNU.RCS

    DataCeutics is currently surveying the pharmaceutical and biotech industry to collect information about the version control usage supporting the work requirements for drug development. If you are interested to weigh in, please consider taking the survey by clicking here-> Version Control Survey.  Results will be published 1Q2019.

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