| Justin Edington|
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|Professional Applications of Wikis and Weblogs||English||2005||Wikis and weblogs are both emerging technologies that started as tools for informal social settings. Use in professional contexts is growing, including both corporate and academic environments. This report details the next generation uses of wikis and weblogs, offering current examples and early research in support. The two web-based tools have new benefits for professional teams; the included examples, including notable supporters Disney and Microsoft, should prompt decision-makers to investigate their adoption into workplaces. Their functionality can provide short-term benefits, and their adaptability can lead to continued innovation in the long-term.||11||0|