Intranets, wikis, blikis, and collaborative working
|Intranets, wikis, blikis, and collaborative working|
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Wiki is a new technology that allows anyone to collaboratively write and edit online documents. Writing into Wiki needs no technical expertise, making it possible for anyone to edit a page. The open editing capability of Wiki also raises concerns regarding the security of the technology as lot of organizations scared to use Wiki. But, still, Wikis cannot be neglected as they can be used for collaborative discovery and sharing content, with flexibility of the Wiki for adding information being the main attraction.
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