“Working with Wikis” in CIO Decisions

Paul Gillin has written a reasoned and thoughtful article on wiki use in mid-size companies for CIO Decisions magazine.

He makes the familiar point that simplicity has great advantages over traditional complex solutions but that wikis need to be well implemented to be well received.

He mentions Wikispaces as a great place to try out a wiki and become comfortable with the concept. We agree. Try us out. And with our new Private Label service, you might find everything you’re looking for.

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  1. Posted June 15, 2006 at 11:59 am | Permalink

    Adam, this article is very good indeed. Thank you very much. At last I’ve got sober third-party material to back up my wild-eyed ravings! Maybe one or two people will start to understand.

    The only down side is the shlep to get into the CIO site to read the piece, which involves subscribing for their e-mails. I’ll live with them for a bit, though. There may be more of interest.

    I suppose “CIO” stands for “Chief Information Officer”? The acronym is used all the time but never explained. I have never heard of “CIOs” here in South Africaq, but then again I don’t live in the corporate world.


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