Monday, June 07, 2004

Corporate America wakes up to Wiki

Smart Mobs says that folks in our bailiwick are beginning to use wikis. These didn't get much play in our discussions. Team blogs with liberal commenting seemed to make more sense to us.

Maybe a wiki could get a second look, but with limited resources, you've got to prioritize.

Thoughts, anyone?


Blogger Guy said...

I've dabbled with a few, but to my way of thinking wikis are best suited for "disposable" content and short lived projects, like reunions, conferences etc... They also need to rely somewhat on security through obscurity if they're going to be public-facing, IMO.

Now, the link you cite also mentions WASTE, and you know my high esteem of that, as well as for Bad Blue. Both are highly effective enablers of action at a distance, and are useful for undermining naive assumptions about traditional approaches to protecting corporate networks.

11:05 PM  
Blogger Ross said...

Integrated weblog, wiki and email may be a fit. Of course we would be happy to help. This case study may be of interest:

10:02 AM  

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