Seems enterprise wikis are still a best kept secret. Sure, there are plenty of people who think wikis are great for writing lists, but as our brilliant customers know, a wiki can be a whole lot more. Many companies own mega-expensive knowledge management and collaboration systems, which are cumbersome. Wikis, however, invite adoption. Companies find most of what they need for collaboration in a cheaper (but no less useful!) enterprise wiki.
To illustrate this, we thought you might be interested in one of our new case studies that talks about the use of Confluence as a knowledge management and knowledge sharing tool. In this case study, Chris D’Agostino, the founder and CEO of Near Infinity Corporation, a provider of software development and consulting services for commercial, defense, and intelligence community customers, also describes how they use Confluence to manage their own internal communications.

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