Enterprise wikis getting interesting

Enterprise wikis getting interesting

Summary: Ross Mayfield of SocialText has been pioneering and evangelizing the use of wikis for enterprise applications. Now he has some company.

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Ross Mayfield of SocialText has been pioneering and evangelizing the use of wikis for enterprise applications. Now he has some company. Excite.com co-founders Joe Kraus and Graham Spencer launched their new company, called JotSpot, at the Web 2.0 conference this morning. JotSpot is based on wiki technology, which lowers the barriers

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  • Enterprise Wikis

    Enterpise Wikis are surely set to revolutionize in-office collaboration. They have special relevance for knowldege-oriented organizations where there exist small pockets of deep knowledge scattered across the floor space! The use of enterprise wiki can help in bringing all that together on a single platform.

    Has anyone started thinking about enterprise wikis for SMBs? Is it a plausible option? An SMB might not need all the features that vendors supply with their packages - in fact, they might not even be able to afford such solutions. In that case, what are the options? Is it feasible to get a customized solution developed in-house?
    sutithi.chakraborty@...