Zoho on Wednesday introduced Zoho Wiki, adding joint Web page authoring to its online productivity suite.
According to the Zoho company blog, the free product includes an editor for making wikis and the ability to set up groups of people who can access and edit wikis. It is integrated with Zoho's single sign-on capability and users can embed objects, such as spreadsheets, created with Zoho's other applications.
Zoho has one of the most complete offerings of Web-based suites, with productivity applications for editing online documents and presentations as well as project planning and management.
It competes with several other "Web Office," or "Office 2.0," companies, including online productivity application company ThinkFree and Zimbra, which provides Web email, calendaring and shared documents.