Mindquarry GO beta: online collaboration

By   |  July 26, 2007

The [1]open source[/1] collaborative software platform, Mindquarry, earlier this week launched the beta of its hosted collaborative service, Mindquarry GO.

As a collaborative platform, online features including task management, file sharing, Wiki editing and team management. A record is kept of all changes to documents, allowing users to go back and see earlier versions.

Mindquarry comes with an AJAX-powered interface. For working offline, desktop clients for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X are also available.

Aimed at enterprises of all sizes, the current beta phase has 333 accounts available for testing by small, medium and large enterprises. The requirement for signing up is that a munimum of three people actively use the service. Mindquarry are offering all beta participants a free three month subscription to the service when it rolls out the commercial phase.

Beta testers have access to file sharing, Wiki editing and task management for an unlimited number of teams, users and tasks. Users will have access to 100GB of file storage space. In return, the company asks beta users for feedback to improve the hosted service before it begins charging for the service.

Applications for the free accounts are open until September 9th.

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