Differences between Pro Schedule Editions

Pro Schedule Standard

The standard edition of Pro Schedule uses a local database. This edition is ideal for small numbers of users in a Windows environment.

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Pro Schedule Client-server

The client/server edition of Pro Schedule is ideal for small or large numbers of simultaneous users in a Windows environment who may need to access schedule data over an intranet or the Internet. Pro Schedule C/S has all the feature of Pro Schedule Standard. Pro Schedule C/S is a true client/server implementation in that all database access takes place only on the server. Additionally, the data is shared over a TCP/IP connection. This means you can have a server running in Montana and have a client with an open Internet connection running in China sharing meeting data like it was in Montana.

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Pro Schedule Enterprise

Pro Schedule Enterprise is ideal for large numbers of simultaneous users in a Windows environment who need to access meeting data over the intranet or Internet. Pro Schedule Enterprise has all the features of Pro Schedule Client/Server except that the raw data can only be accessed and changed in the database server application. The big benefit of Pro Schedule Enterprise over Pro Schedule Client/Server is that Pro Schedule Enterprise is scalable. You can start with a small number of users running on a single database server. Over time you can add more and more users. If performance is ever a problem you simply use your database server's load balancing features to increase performance. Using the advanced features of database servers, you can accommodate unlimited numbers of people.

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Pro Schedule Web

Pro Schedule Web can run from a browser on virtually any operating system. The web edition of Pro Schedule is ideal for small or large numbers of simultaneous users who need to access appointment data over the intranet or Internet. Due to the limitations of HTML not all the features of the Windows editions of Pro Schedule can be found in the web edition.  

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