ProjectForum 6.2 Simplifies Wiki Collaboration for Workgroups

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ProjectForum, a wiki-based collaboration application for small and medium workgroups, has been updated to version 6.2. This release includes significant enhancements to the WYSIWYG wiki editor. While also available hosted, anyone can install this powerful but easy-to-use workgroup wiki software on Windows, Mac OS X or Linux in minutes.

CourseForum Technologies is pleased to announce the immediate availability of ProjectForum 6.2, a wiki-based software application that supports collaboration within and between professional workgroups.

ProjectForum is a commercially supported, high quality wiki collaboration server for small and medium workgroups. It runs securely on an organization's own network, keeping important information safely in-house and protected. Supporting multiple workgroups from a single server, it features full version control, secure authentication options, document management, full branding support and much more.

Version 6.2 provides significant improvements to the "What You See Is What You Get" (WYSIWYG) wiki editor, making working with wiki content easier than ever. This version also includes a number of smaller enhancements and bug fixes.

Unlike other wiki software, ProjectForum is affordable, easy to set up, easy to learn, and easy to use, for any workgroup. ProjectForum can be downloaded and set up on an internal network in minutes by anyone, without the dependencies, complex installation and maintenance headaches inherent in most wiki software.

Versions are available for Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, Solaris and FreeBSD, while users of the software need only a web browser. ProjectForum offers a free version, with more advanced licenses starting at US$79. A fully managed hosted version is also available, ideal for those who may want to migrate in-house later.

CourseForum 6.2, a version of the ProjectForum application targeted for online learning applications, was also released.

For more information, or to download ProjectForum or try it live, visit: http://www.projectforum.com.

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