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CMISContent Management Interoperability Services
CMISCSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) Mathematical and Information Services
CMISCommunications Management Information System
CMISCapacity Management Information System (software)
CMISCommon Management Information Service
CMISConical Scanning Microwave Imager/Sounder
CMISCase Management Information System
CMISChiang Mai International School (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
CMISConfiguration Management Information System
CMISConical Microwave Imager Sounder
CMISSchool of Computing, Mathematical and Information Sciences (University of Brighton; UK)
CMISCommon Management Information System
CMISCommittee Management Information System (UK)
CMISComputer Management Information Systems
CMISCost Management Information System
CMISCare Management Information System
CMISCentral Management Information System
CMISCertified Medical Insurance Specialist
CMISCommand Management Information System
CMISCounterdrug Management Information System.
CMISComputerized Medical Imaging Society
CMISCompliance Management Information System
CMISComputer Management and Information Science
CMISContract Management and Information System
CMISCustomer Management Information Service
CMISCommander's Management Information Summary
CMISCUNA (Credit Union National Association) Mutual Insurance Society (Madison, WI)
CMISCommon Military Intelligence Skill
CMISConfiguration Management Information Service
CMISCorporate Manufacturing Information System (HP)
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Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) is an open standard that allows different content management systems to inter-operate over the Internet.
It complies with the new Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) standard proposed by a group of leading content management vendors.
The application meets the standards contained in the current draft of the OASIS Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) specification, which defines standards for interoperability across multiple ECM and web content management systems.
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