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    Monday, September 05, 2005

    Do you have a wiki?

    I came across a nice summary article of Wiki in Information Week see
    http://www.informationweek.com/story/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=170100392.

    What do you use for collbration? Wiki, SharePoint, Email, or something else.

    4 comments:

    Ontario Emperor said...

    I tried setting up a wiki at work behind our firewall, but the wiki doesn't automatically create links like Wikipedia; you actually have to add the a href's yourself. Not efficient enough for me...

    Mathias Westin said...

    We use Groove (http://www.groove.net) for collaboration in our project it works great. It makes it easy to exchange information between the members in the project. It's very easy to setup new workspaces. We also use Sharepoint but I really like the collaboration in Groove because you don't have to have a server to create new workspaces and anyone can add a new workspace to start sharing information with someone else or between work and home.

    Rob said...

    I think I heard that Groove was bought by Microsoft so it might get integrated into Office or Share Point.

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