Project Clock Version 8 Released
CyberMatrix Corporation has released version 8 of Project Clock, an easy to use project time tracking and time billing software application. Project Clock is useful for consultants, lawyers, engineers, contractors, project managers or anyone else who must accurately record the time spent on different projects. Version 8 of Project Clock contains several important improvements. The most significant change in version 8 is the addition of Microsoft Project export features. There is also now a feature to monitor external applications and punch in on program start and out on program close. Project Clock Web administrators can now change configuration options and manage data right from the browser.
Project Clock has several different versions to accommodate the needs of various customer types. Project Clock comes in Standard, Pro, Client/Server, and Web versions. The Standard, Pro and Client/Server versions have a simple intuitive graphical interface. While the Pro version can be used with multiple users over a network, the Client/Server version is better suited for large numbers of users. Both the Client/Server and Web versions can be used with multiple users accessing project time data over the company intranet or even the Internet. Project Clock Web allows time entry using any web browser on virtually any operating system, not just Windows. Project Clock Palm runs on hand-held computers running PalmOS. Project Clock for Pocket PC runs on hand-held computers running Windows CE.
Project Clock runs on Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP and 2003 Server. System requirements: Pentium, 64 MB RAM and 20 MB hard disk space.
For Project Clock Client/Server a dedicated NT4, W2K, XP or 2003 server with 500 MB RAM and power backup to host the Project Clock server application is recommended. Project Clock Web requires a web server that can serve Windows executable CGI scripts. A dedicated Windows NT, 2000, XP or 2003 server is recommended. The clients require only a web browser. Project Clock Palm requires a Palm device running PalmOS v3.5 or higher. Project Clock CE requires a PocketPC device running Windows CE with ADOCE.
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