There’s a lot of Wiki’s on the market and going through them all can be a complete pain. But then again, it’s a complete pain to go through any technology review process. Compare the same specifications is near impossible so you can’t really know if one product is comparable to another product.
So what about Wikis?
Wikis help your business edit a web site or web page in a collaborative fashion. You have a page, and others can login and make changes to the page. You can, of course, let all edit the page or only those who are registered / authorized to edit it.
School Library Journal has a nice review of three Wikis.
PBWiki – www.pbwiki.com
WikiSpaces – www.wikispaces.com
Wetpaint – www.wetpaint.com
Check out their review here.
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