Tag Archives: enterprise wikis

RSVP now: Add-on Discovery Day 2017 on September 11th 2017 in San Jose (USA)

It’s on! The first ever Add-on Discovery Day 2017 will happen on September 11th in San Jose. It’s the day before Atlassian Summit. If you are in San Jose on September 11th, please be quick to register. I am pretty sure, that this is the best option to spend the day. And we’ll be finished when the evening party for Atlassian partners starts. Read more about the event:

Questions for Confluence – Should I be using it and how?

This post is both for people running Confluence and those using it. It tries to help you understand what the benefits of Questions for Confluence (formerly: Confluence Questions) are and why you and your co-workers may want to adopt it. This is not based on quantitative research. What you are reading is my best effort to help you with the knowledge and experience I have.

Enterprise Wikis: Criteria and important topics in the evaluation of wiki software

Wikis for intra-company usage are becoming well established as both commercial and open source applications. This article gives an overview of criteria and requirements involved in the decision making process, along with a comparison of our proprietary Wiki Confluence System and its open source competitors, Foswiki and MediaWiki.

Wiki Adoption: A Pilot Project As An Obligatory Routine

When introducing a new and in its type different software, this aphorism, that once Oscar Wilde and also Mark Twain adjudicated, fits very well, because: a wiki adoption can not be repeated very often. This is why we recommend to prepare a wiki project in the timeframe of a pilot phase, for later application.

111 Reasons why you need an Enterprise Wiki

At //SEIBERT/MEDIA, we’ve been working on a wiki for years. Through our day-to-day work as well as through dozens of enterprise wiki projects, we have experienced – thanks to innumerable different cases – how useful and valuable a wiki can be on a number of levels. Therefore, we believe it is high time to compress the arguments for a wiki into the limited space offered by tweets to make our points as efficiently as possible.