CourseForum Technologies is pleased to announce the immediate availability of ProjectForum 4.5, bringing even richer support for RSS (Really Simple Syndication) and email to its professional and easy-to-use wiki collaboration software.

ProjectForum's shared web-based workspaces provide a central place to collect, manage and discuss work, and are always available over the entire life of a project. Team members can stay up to date, and coordinate with each other from anywhere at anytime, without excessive emails or time-consuming meetings. It is ideal for internal project communications, client projects, research groups, intranets, planning, to do lists, sharing and reviewing documents, team discussions and more.

ProjectForum is the easiest product of its kind to set up, yet includes powerful features such as full version control, group project support, multiple authentication options, image and file management, page templates, SSL, full branding support, multiple forums, and many more features.

Version 4.5 further leverages RSS to make staying on top of changes even easier. RSS feeds are now available for every page in the forum, allowing you to pinpoint exactly the work you are interested in. This complements the existing per-forum RSS feeds. RSS feeds can also be directly included in ProjectForum pages; this helps you automatically share the latest news updates from a variety of sources with your team, without them even needing to know about RSS. Other new options allow forum changes to be broadcast via email.

ProjectForum is available either as a fully managed hosted service, or as software that can be downloaded and run in-house, without the complex installation pitfalls inherent in most wiki or web software. Anyone can have ProjectForum running in a matter of minutes, with no webmaster, no code, and no IT help needed. Versions are available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and other Unixes, while users of the software need only a standard web browser.

Inspired by the new generation of wikis, weblogs, bulletin boards and other grassroots online tools, ProjectForum is easy to set up, easy to use, powerful and secure. With it's wiki-style forums, teams can collaborate more often, more effectively and more affordably.

ProjectForum hosting starts at US$20 a month, while downloadable versions start at US$229, with a free version also available.

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