Enterprising blogs, wikis and RSS

Enterprising blogs, wikis and RSS

Summary: The blogging and wiki world continues to get more corporate. Socialtext recently added new features to its enterprise appliance and hosted service, including enterprise-class monitoring, backup, directory integration, improved e-mail integration and security features.

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The blogging and wiki world continues to get more corporate. Socialtext recently added new features to its enterprise appliance and hosted service, including enterprise-class monitoring, backup, directory integration, improved e-mail integration and security features. Customers include investment bank Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, Nokia and Kodak. SilkRoad Technology recently added audio and video blogging to its subscription-based, software-as-a-service collaboration suite. Startup JotSpot introduced this week an enterprise appliance for its wiki platform, which also includes pre-packaged wiki applications, such as project management and recruiting tools. The Gilbane Report

Topic: Banking

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  • Blog/CMS Internet evolution

    It is really interesting to see where the whole evolution with blogging technologies can lead the Internet to. Especially taking into consideration that a couple of years back, such technology was not even considered in company board meetings.

    I think credit must be given to Slashdot (http://www.slashdot.org) as it is one of the first ever large scale blogging sites, which gained high popularity. Also, the incorporation of CMS-like and blog-like systems on the majority of web hosting companies "services", as they enable people with little or no programming/HTML coding experience to have a highly reliable platform, based upon they can produce high-spec "community" sites.
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