Workplace 4.1 – Internet collaboration

Mark Roseman

TeamWave Software Ltd, a leader in producing software for
‘shared Internet places’ announces the availability of Workplace
4.1, its popular software for distance learning and group
collaboration. Workplace brings together distributed group/course
members, using Windows, Macintosh and Unix platforms.

TeamWave Workplace supports a project or course over its entire
lifecycle. Its virtual rooms have shared tools like concept maps,
bulletin boards, post-it notes, calendars, file viewers, databases,
etc. along with real-time whiteboard and chat. Members can work
together in rooms at any-time, in real-time or leaving information
for others to pickup or add to later. Low cost and easy to setup
and use, Workplace is available for most popular platforms,
including Windows, Macintosh, and Linux.

Highlights of version 4.1 include improved support for
cross-platform workgroups, a variety of new file transfer features,
and a number of user interface improvements and bug fixes.

Regular licenses are US$99 per seat, of $40 for educational and
non-profit organizations. Quantity discounts are available starting
at 10 licenses, and there is no additional charge for server
licenses. For more information, downloading instructions, and a
free evaluation license, see http://www.teamwave.com/