Main features of WiseMapping are:
The main benefits of WiseMapping are its flexibility in deployment, open-source architecture, comprehensive tools for mind mapping, public and private workspaces provided, and tight security. Here are more details:
Originally, WiseMapping is a web-based tool only. An app that can be used in modern browsers such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. However, since the demand for the on-premises version is high, the developers complied. WiseMapping can now be installed on the organizations’ servers and distribute it securely within their system.
WiseMapping is an open-source application. This is beneficial to users because they can be certain that there are no people behind the tool that reads their maps or are sending information about them to other applications.
Comprehensive Mapping Features
WiseMapping is equipped with a vast amount of tools that can be used for creating maps that ideally reflect the users’ thoughts. One of the core features that users would find handy is the drag-and-drop interface. The platform allows them to freely move objects around and rearrange their diagrams as often as they have to.
Public and Personal Workspaces
It is important in organizations for their employees to have their private mind mapping environment which is why WiseMapping provides a space reserved for personal ideas. With that said, there is also an option for users to make their maps public, allowing them to invite others. The shared maps could either be viewed only by others or be updated by them as well.
WiseMapping fully integrates with LDAP which is a security measure that maintains safety to the data within the system. This assures users that their information, both on web and on-premises, are free from malicious threats, effectively preventing data corruption and unauthorized access.
The following WiseMapping integrations are currently offered by the vendor:
WiseMapping pricing is available in the following plans: