Collaboration and sharing are at the very heart of knowledge management, and knowledge, on the internet, comes as 'content'.
The immediacy and easy of use of blogs and wiki technology models has challenged much of the original complexity that characterized
the called 'high end' content management tools.
Stellent is this week officializing a trend that has been increasingly widespread, to providing support to users and customers to better manage wikis and blogs adoption within their corporate environments, thus leveraging natural collaboration.
“A blog or wiki is simply another Web site among the tens to hundreds of sites a company must manage. For example, a wiki could be used to create a competitive analysis or review documentation online, and a blog might be utilized to gather immediate feedback from employees, partners and customers about new product features,” said Dan Ryan, executive vice president of marketing and business development for Stellent. “Similar to other information within an enterprise, this content should be managed within a unified content management architecture. In this way, organizations can leverage the same skills, processes and software to manage all of its Web sites — leading to a lower total cost of ownership and the ability to more effectively maintain consistent branding and security across all sites.”
Stellent now enables wiki contributors to easily create hyperlinks in both pattern-matching and wizard style formats, allowing users to link to other topics and pages within a wiki site, as well as other Web sites. When an author creates a new hyperlink about a particular subject, the Stellent system will automatically link to a wiki page about that topic. If the page does not exist, it automatically will create a new page.
Stellent is also moving to leverage really simple syndication (RSS) within an enterprise content management (ECM) framework providing
out-of-the-box templates to deploy RSS feeds for intranet, extranet and public Web site
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