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Posted on Aug 11, 2020

GForge 20.1 Released!

We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of GForge 20.1. This is largely a bug fix release with a handful of new features. Highlights in GForge 20.1 CloudForge Migration – With CloudForge shutting down on October 1st, you can now import CloudForge/TeamForge projects into next.gforge.com. Thumbnail Generation – Office documents, PDFs and image files will have thumbnail …

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Posted on Apr 17, 2020

GForge 2020 Released!

We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of GForge 2020 (aka 20.0). This is a large feature release and also includes a number of bug fixes. Highlights in GForge 2020 Zoom Integration – You can now create Zoom meetings and invite project team members to the meeting right from GForge (SaaS only). oAuth Support – You can …

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Posted on Mar 24, 2020

GForge joins other tool makers in offering wares for free to help companies collaborate during the Coronavirus

NOTE: This article was originally published Computerworld Major collaboration and video conferencing software vendors are now offering products to users for free in response to the spread of the coronavirus.  Concerns about the COVID-19 virus have led to a worldwide boom in remote working, as organizations encourage or require employees to stay home and cities, states …

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Posted on Mar 24, 2020

How GForge can keep the coronavirus threat from killing businesses

NOTE: This post was originally published on Engineering 360, An IEEE GlobalSpec publication. View the original article here. GForge is helping businesses adapt to the coronavirus threat by making it easier to use a collaboration platform For organizations new to using collaboration platforms or new to GForge, the company is offering GForge in both software as a …

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Posted on Feb 24, 2020

Big Changes Ahead for GForge in 2020

With 2020 well underway we are hard at work on a bunch of new features that will take your collaboration to the next level. Before we cover what’s in store, be sure to checkout a recap of the “Top 8 GForge Features from 2019”  OAuth Support – Not only will GForge support OAuth, over time …

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Posted on Feb 24, 2020

Top 8 GForge Features in 2019

It’s the end of February and while we are hard at work adding new collaboration features to GForge for 2020, this seems like a good time to quickly reflect on what was accomplished in 2019. To help set the stage here’s some raw numbers for you! In total we added 138 new features to GForge. …

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Posted on Jan 29, 2020

GForge v19.2 Released!

We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of GForge v19.2. This release includes three dozen new features and a number of bug fixes. Download GForge v19.2 Now! Take a tour of GForgeNext! Getting Started with GForgeNext Highlights in GForge v19.2 Dark Mode – GForge is joining the Dark Mode fray! Project Groups – Project leads can now …

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Posted on Nov 19, 2019

Why Does Collaboration Software Suck?

Let’s face it, the collaboration space has no shortage of options. Today’s solutions come in different flavors of SaaS, on-premises or hybrid, all promising you that a few mouse clicks will have you collaborating better. The one attribute most of them have in common is they suck. In fact, many of these solutions actually make …

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Posted on Oct 28, 2019

Small Iowa Tech Inked Deals with Microchip, GE, Raytheon, BAE and Siemens

Despite the technology industry being hyper focused on the next great start-up darling, one small Iowa technology company has managed to quietly ink deals with tech giants like…

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Posted on Sep 11, 2019

GForge v19.1 Released!

We’re happy to announce our second GForge release for 2019 is available! v19.1 adds a number of new features and comes with a number of bug fixes. Download GForge v19.1 Now! Take a tour of GForgeNext! Getting Started with GForgeNext Highlights in GForge v19.1 Role-based ACLs for Subversion (SVN) and Git – GForge now supports role-based …

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Posted on Aug 01, 2019

The Lasting Impact of OSS Communities

Before I jump into the meat of this post, I want to point out that I was stumped on exactly where to publish this. I mean, discussing how PHP and open source software has helped me certainly doesn’t belong on a corporate website, right? The more I reflected, the more I was convinced it belonged …

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Posted on Jul 16, 2019

The Loveless Start Up – IPO Trough

I happened upon a short LinkedIn post by a gentleman named Josh Jones that caught my eye. The title says it all: “We spend too much time celebrating ‘Start Ups”, not enough celebrating ‘Keep Goings’”. Look, I’m not here to sprinkle any hate on the dreams of Start Ups out there but what resonated with …

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