WikiTeams: How do they achieve success?
|WikiTeams: How do they achieve success?|
|Author(s)||Turek P., Wierzbicki A., Nielek R., Datta A.|
|Published in||IEEE Potentials|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Collaborative Editing, Internet technology, Social media, Web 2.0, Web users, Wikipedia, Distributed computer systems, Knowledge management, Technology, User interfaces, Websites, Web services)|
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Web 2.0 technology and so-called social media are among the most popular (among users and researchers alike) Internet technologies today. Among them, Wiki technology - created to simplify HTML editing and enable open, collaborative editing of pages by ordinary Web users - occupies an important place. Wiki is increasingly adopted by businesses as a useful form of knowledge management and sharing, creating "corporate Wikis." However, the most widely known application of Wiki technology - Wikipedia - is, according to many analysts, more than just an open encyclopedia that uses Wiki.
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