January 5th 2017 at 7:00am

How Many Project Tools Do You Really Need?

In my last post, I talked about some criteria for choosing between all-in-one or best-in-breed tools. Now, I’ll apply those criteria to our product space, and try to show why a unified team collaboration tool makes more sense than what you might be living with now. So, let’s imagine that you’re looking to solve the … Continue reading How Many Project Tools Do You Really Need?

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December 22nd 2016 at 8:53am

The Same Old, Brand-New Argument: All-In-One or Best-Of-Breed?

Introduction For at least the past twenty years, IT folks have been faced with the same basic problem when choosing whether and which products to adopt. The term “Best of Breed” is commonly used to talk about products that offer high quality in a narrow set of features. “All in One” products, on the other … Continue reading The Same Old, Brand-New Argument: All-In-One or Best-Of-Breed?

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October 10th 2016 at 12:24pm

The Weekly Forge: 10/07/2016

The biggest development this past week is work on GForge AS v6.4.3 has started and we anticipate having it available for current customers by the end of this year.  Obviously we’ll continue work on GForgeNEXT which is accurately reflected in the highlight from last week below: Git Server Side Merges – Right now server side … Continue reading The Weekly Forge: 10/07/2016

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October 3rd 2016 at 11:23am

GForgeNEXT Update for 9/30/2016

Beginning this month our team will be giving weekly updates on the GForgeNEXT development.  This won’t be the painful details just the good stuff boiled down to a few talking points. We should be clear that GForgeNEXT is in open beta at https://next.gforge.com so sign-up today! Before we give our first update we’d like to share what exactly … Continue reading GForgeNEXT Update for 9/30/2016

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September 14th 2016 at 11:25am

Join Us at HackISU this Weekend!

This weekend The GForge Group will, again, be sponsoring HackISU this weekend up in Ames.  This is a great opportunity for young developers and engineers to have fun and gain experience working with technology. For our part, we are awarding $750 per team member (up to $3,000) to the team that makes the best use of the GForgeNext API. This is similar … Continue reading Join Us at HackISU this Weekend!

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