- Projectforum 辦公室工作伺服軟體
介紹ProjectForum provides professional and easy-to-use web workspaces where your team can collect, manage and discuss all your work — always available over the entire life of your project.
With just their web browsers, your team can use ProjectForum to keep everyone up to date, and coordinate with ease from anywhere at anytime, all without the scattered flurry of email messages, or expensive and time-consuming meetings and teleconferences.
Powerful Features for your Team
A wiki supporting close collaboration in teams is different from one open to the entire world. Here are some of the features in ProjectForum to support teams and their projects.
Images and file attachments
Multiple wikis on one server
Group projects (sub-wikis)
Full administration interface
Branding and themes
RSS feeds and reader
Run standalone or integrates
Windows, Mac OS X, Linux etc.
Full Security and Accountability
Security is particularly important in systems like a Wiki where anyone can potentially change anything. Designed in from the start, ProjectForum offers many unobtrustive options to secure your content and ensure full accountability.
Site, group, project administrators
Shared password or individual accounts
Version control, history
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