Zoho Wiki comes to Enterprise

June 21, 2010 | Author: Adam Levine
Zoho Wiki

Although Zoho is positioned as a SaaS vendor for small business, it doesn't forget about the enterprise customers. The new features in Zoho Wiki 2.0 primarily target large companies. First of all, that are workspaces, which are useful for creating separate wikis for company departments. Each workspace has its own administration panel, security settings and appearance (customizable at CSS level). The access control system (which is also actual for large companies) was dramatically improved. Now you can set the detailed access rights at page, workspace or wiki level for employees, user groups, domains or customers.

Zoho Wiki

In addition, now you can create not only text pages, but also file cabinets and dashboards. In the File Cabinet you can download files from your computer or from the Google Docs. Documents can be opened and edited online in Zoho editors. In the Dashboard you can insert various widgets, like in iGoogle. In addition to email-notifications now you can subscribe to changes by RSS.

Zoho Wiki

Zoho Wiki provides a free version for 3 users (limited to 2 workspaces and 50 MB of space). For $8/month you can buy an additional user, and for $ 5/month - additional wiki. Besides, if you pay, you can use the wiki on your own domain.

See also: Top 10 Wiki software

Author: Adam Levine
Adam is an expert in project management, collaboration and productivity technologies, team management, and motivation. With an extensive background working at prestigious companies such as Microsoft and Accenture, Adam's in-depth knowledge and experience in the field make him a sought-after professional. Currently, he has ventured into entrepreneurship, owning a thriving consulting and training agency where he imparts invaluable insights and practical strategies to individuals and organizations, empowering them to achieve their goals and maximize their potential. You can contact Adam via email adam@liventerprise.com