CaseComplete utilizes version control for shared projects, allowing teams to collaboratively work on projects. The version control systems CaseComplete integrates with include:
- CaseComplete's built-in version control (based on Subversion) enables you to create shared projects on a shared network drive without any additional software. (The network drive must be on your LAN and all team members must have full-control access to it. It won't work with file-syncing services such as DropBox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, etc.)
- On-premise Subversion server such as Visual SVN Server and Subversion Edge.
- Cloud-based Subversion server such as RiouxSVN, ASSEMBLA, ProjectLocker, and Beanstalk.
- On-premise Microsoft Azure DevOps Server (formerly called Team Foundation Server or TFS).
- Cloud-based Microsoft Azure DevOps Services (formerly called Visual Studio Online). Azure DevOps is free for up to 5 users.
Whether you use the built-in version control with a shared network drive or incorporate a more robust third-party version control server really depends on the size and location of your team. If you have a small team (five or fewer users) that are on the same local network, the built-in version control should work just fine. If you have a larger team, or if your team is spread out across multiple locations, you should use a server-based version control system. Server-based systems are generally better performing and more secure.