Do you love Web portals? I certainly do and there’s a compelling reason for it – one gets to meet people of different interests, likes and dislikes which means you get to discover and learn new things. Die hard fans of Web Portals may just have this temptation to start their own web portal. We believe we have just the software to get you started. iServer is the name of the Mac oriented app which we discuss in greater depth after the jump.
Before we dive deeper into the Mac favoring Web 2.0 portal , let me tell you that there are so many features to fall into love with. One such feature is the easiness and comfortable levels it brings when it comes to setting up the web portal, as turning on and off of the web portal is as simple as toggling the on/off switch.
Another thing which I am sure you will love is the easy to meet setup requirements. The impressive looking web portal doesn’t require you to setup a dedicated server for it to function. Your Mac PC and even Mini Macs will suffice.
The feature set of the App doesn’t disappoint either. The web portal provides you with a simplistic UI to setup a fully functional Website or a Content Management System so to speak. Want to setup a blog to share company news and other worth sharing stuff or how about a set of blogs. iServer has got you covered in that area as well. Want to take the electronic communication to the next level? You can do that as the web portal lets you create forums thus allowing your colleagues and subordinates to create their own threads, share their experiences and let the creative juices flow.
We are living in an increasingly social networking society which the proud makers of the Web portal fully realize as their app allows you to create a Social network of your own. And last but not the least, you can create Intranet, Extranet, Wikis and interactive calendars all of which will serve your organization goal of promoting a healthy and participative work environment.
There are two versions of the app to choose from. iServer Enterprise 2.0 (iTunes link) and iServer Project 2.0 (iTunes link). Think of the Enterprise edition as a full featured web portal which allows you to create a maximum of 50 and integrate a total of 10 companies. The latter version is a more scaled down version and will suit the needs of small sized businesses. iServer Enterprise 2.0 will cost you $999.99 whereas the lighter version will cost you $49.99.
Muhammad Ali is my name and I see myself as a devoted and hard working software engineer striving to keep up to date with the latest inventions and technologies in the IT world. Likeness for writing is one of the reasons that brought me here.I relish and strive on facing challenges and coming out of them with flying colors.