April 24, 2007 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] GUELPH, Ontario - CourseForum Technologies is pleased to announce the immediate availability of ProjectForum 5.4, its full-featured and easy-to-use wiki collaboration software designed explicitly for professional workgroups.
ProjectForum is a commercially supported, high quality wiki software product that can be run inside the firewall. It features full version control, group project support, multiple authentication options, image and file management, page templates, SSL, full branding support, multiple forums, and much more. Unlike other wiki tools, ProjectForum is affordable, easy to set up, easy to learn, and easy to use, for any workgroup.
Version 5.4 includes a number of new features, including more powerful page, attachment, version and user activity management tools, performance improvements, and more.
ProjectForum can be downloaded and run in-house, without the dependencies, complex installation and maintenance headaches inherent in most wiki or web server software. Anyone can have ProjectForum running in a matter of minutes, with no webmaster, no code, and no IT help needed. Requiring Mac OS X 10.3.9 or newer, versions are also available for Windows, Linux and other Unixes, while users of the software need only a standard web browser.
ProjectForum offers a range of licensing options, starting from US$79, as well as a free version. ProjectForum also offers a fully managed hosted version, ideal for customers who may want to keep their options open to migrate in-house at a later date.
For more information, or to download it or try it live, visit: http://www.projectforum.com.
CourseForum Technologies is a leading developer of high-quality collaboration software for professional workgroups. Its ProjectForum wiki software, available either as a download or hosted, brings together the advanced features high-performing teams need in a highly usable and easy to set up OS X application. Based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, CourseForum can be found on the web at http://www.courseforum.com.