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Wikis get down to business

Can collaborative wiki software evolve from a geeky plaything into a solid business tool? That's what some companies aim to find out.

Can collaborative wiki software evolve from a geeky plaything into a solid business tool? That's what some companies aim to find out.

Wiki start-up taps open source to lure new users

Looking for more users, MindTouch will open source its business wiki software and a Web development framework.
July 25, 2006

Wikis meet open source with Socialtext

Software company introduces Socialtext Open, an open-source, downloadable version of its primary wiki product.
July 24, 2006

JotSpot pretties up wikis

Wiki service upgrade offers spreadsheets and shared calendars, and soon, a version of the JotSpot server.
Image: JotSpot gets a face-lift
July 23, 2006

Wikis vs. Microsoft Office

blog Other than advertising, we've yet to see an obvious business strategy for the wiki world.
July 24, 2006

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WWW could mean worldwide wiki

blog Travel wiki businesses such as Wikitravel are hoping to turn a profit.
July 17, 2006

Wikipedia founder launches political site

Jimmy Wales hopes Campaigns Wikia will help politics "start to be about substance and thought, rather than style and image."
July 6, 2006

Corporate America wakes up to Web 2.0

Collaboration tools such as blogs and wikis are staking out ground inside businesses--and are often brought in by the end users themselves.
June 26, 2006

Video: Wiki world based on trust

CNET News.com talks to Gil Penchina, the CEO of Wikia, about the wide range of wikis out there.
June 22, 2006