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ProjectForum, CourseForum 5.0 Receive Universal Binary Update, More

ProjectForum, CourseForum 5.0 Receive Universal Binary Update, More

by , 12:55 PM EDT, May 3rd, 2006

CourseForum Technologies has updated its wiki collaboration applications ProjectForum and CourseForum with a Universal Binary enabling them to run on Intel-based Macs. Other changes in version 5.0 include integration of slideshow support, better performance and reliability, and a variety of smaller enhancements.

While both applications are similar, ProjectForum is geared toward project teams in the business space while CourseForum has an educational focus. Both are available as a hosted service, with pricing starting at US$20 a month for ProjectForum and $15 a month for CourseForum, or as downloadable software, with pricing starting at $249 and $119, respectively.

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