Central Desktop Merges Wikis with Web Conferencing

Sep 12, 2006

Central Desktop, a provider in the business software collaboration market, has announced its Fall 2006 Release of Central Desktop, which features Central Desktop Live. In addition to traditional collaboration features such as project tracking, task management, document management, and discussion forums, the Fall 2006 Release includes Central Desktop Live, an integrated web conferencing tool that allows users to schedule and host real-time web meetings directly within Central Desktop.

Features of the Fall 2006 Release, include: Integrated real-time web conferencing (Central Desktop Live); Integrated free audio conferencing; Email In (Create and assign activities and send files to Central Desktop via email); Email discussion groups (Subscription based discussion groups); iCal supported group calendaring; Microsoft Outlook calendaring support for events; and Enhanced enterprise grade search (Full text document search). Central Desktop Fall 2006 and Central Desktop Live are available immediately. Standard pricing starts at $25/month for 10 users with plans accommodating larger teams and companies. Central Desktop Live is available as an option for each plan. A free version of the service is available for limited use as well.