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  • PBwiki Gives US$25m in Web 2.0 Tools to Education

    PBwiki, the world’s largest provider of business and educational hosted wikis, announced that two new programs have been created that will donate up to US$ 25 million of award-winning wiki-based collaboration software.PBwiki currently hosts well over 250,000 educational wikis, but that is going to soon change as the company

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  • MindTouch Mashes Enterprise Data Silos, Workflow, Wikis

    MindTouch has released the latest version of its open source collaboration platform, known as Kilen Woods. This new version bridges a number of technologies required for collaboration and collective intelligence including usability improvements, workflow and enterprise integration adapters.

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  • eTouch Joins Etelos Marketplace - A New Trend Arising?

    There are numerous ways to market your product or service these days. One way that appears to be happening more and more is the application marketplace. Similar to Salesforce.com's AppExchange, these marketplaces allow you to build up a suite of services and manage them all from a single interface.

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  • Atlassian Melds SharePoint

    With a relationship that was first announced at the O'Reilly Web 2.0 Summit in October last year, it was probably no surprise that Atlassian officially announced their partnership with Microsoft to integrate their Confluence wiki with SharePoint at the Enterprise 2.0 conference this week.

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  • Report: Wiki in the Enterprise; How to Do it Right

    Online collaboration has become a top priority in organizations today as they struggle share information that is contained within a wide range of applications, directories, desktops and people’s minds.

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  • eTouch Losens Global Tongues with Latest Wiki Build

    eTouch Systems, the creators of the SamePage enterprise wiki, have announced the launch of SamePage v3.5. What's to note? They implemented a fully multilingual user interface. The first languages available will be French and Polish, but any number of languages will be provided for customers upon request.

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  • Six New JumpBoxes for phpBB, TikiWiki and Chums

    JumpBox, provider of virtual appliances to simplify server software deployment, has just released six new appliances for open source products. The JumpBox library has been bolstered with new applications for Cacti networking graphing system, phpBB bulletin boards, ProjectPier project management, TikiWiki, PmWiki, and MoinMoin- another Wiki product.

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  • Coming Soon: A Wiki for WebEx Connect

    In anticipation of what has already been deemed a year of exciting Enterprise 2.0 developments, Cisco/WebEx and California-based enterprise wiki provider eTouch Systems announce the integration of SamePage, an enterprise wiki, into the WebEx Connect collaboration environment. WebEx plans to closely integrate the collaborative content editing capabilities of SamePage

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  • Google to Step on Content Management Toes in 2008

    Newbie to Google, Scott Johnston, the former VP of Product Development at JotSpot (which Google bought ), leaked that Google will be providing Sites capabilities as part of their Google Apps suite sometime in 2008.

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  • Bitnami: Easier Open Source Installation for Free

    Bitnami.org has officially been launched, offering free installation stacks for a host of open source packages designed to make the deployment of such packages as Drupal and Joomla! infinitely easier for all.

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  • One Buck Wiki Makes Debut in Competitive Front

    Web 2.0 firm Zedomax gives us ... drumrolls, please! The ONE BUCK WIKI ! On the One Buck Wiki, users can purchase whole categories of words. A page on the One Buck Wiki currently costs US$ 10, but every 1,000 pages results in a price jump by another US$ 10.

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  • What is the Purpose of Documentation?

    Today’s distributed systems are drenched in complexity. However, more often than not, there is no clear location for the storage of environmental documentation. Is the documentation stored on the file/print infrastructure? Sharepoint? QuickPlace? Is the essential information in your documentation close to the people that need it?Ironically, documentation as a practice

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  • Oracle Goes New Media With Saucy Mix and Wiki

    Oracle never stops moving. While besting Salesforce with its take on enterprise SaaS and bringing some punch to the Stellent suite, it's also decided to start playing in the new media wading pool. The company has unveiled the following properties: * Oracle Mix, a social networking site featuring

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  • Socialtext Brings in New CEO, Closes Series-C Funding Round

    It's a season of change at Palo Alto-based wiki startup Socialtext. The company has just announced its appointment of Eugene Lee as Chief Executive Officer and member of its board. It has also stated that it has closed a Series C funding round of US$ 9.5 million.

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