Zoho Wiki – The Affordable Enterprise Wiki for Team Collaboration Within an Organization

Zoho Wiki scores heavily by being the de facto team collaboration tool within Zoho. Various groups like usability engineers, developers, QA across different teams in Zoho have implemented Zoho Wiki for sharing the design docs, reviewing the feature sets, storing the release plans and even documenting best coding practices. Technical writers use Zoho Wiki for writing our help manuals. Marketing team tracks the marketing efforts in a Wiki. Our resellers and partners across the globe, collaborate with us via wiki. In fact, Zoho’s intranet runs on Zoho Wiki.

It is quite surprising to note how varied the implementations are. All this is possible, mainly because

  • Zoho Wiki is flexible enough to mold itself and cater to the diverse needs within an organization.
  • Each team gets its own space within the company with separate admin controls. Team Workspaces within the organization wiki allows collaboration with internal groups as well as third parties like resellers and partners.
  • Enterprise level security – You can set different permissions for different groups of users.
  • Easy implementation – it takes just a few minutes to set up a wiki and start working.
  • Very Intuitive – Right from HR to Finance to Sales, all employees can easily adapt to this business wiki.

We have launched a new Product Video that will help you see if Zoho Wiki can be the answer to your company’s quest for an Affordable Enterprise Wiki. Have a look and let us know your thoughts. Also, keep us posted on how you use Zoho Wiki within your organization.

Thanks n Regards,

Susan

12 Replies to “Zoho Wiki – The Affordable Enterprise Wiki for Team Collaboration Within an Organization”

  1. Sriram,Currently the Wiki inside Projects is integration between Zoho Projects & Zoho Wiki. But the Wiki inside the project is restricted for only Project members & we don’t allow users to configure page level permissions there.The purpose of the Project wiki is mainly for project related content sharing.Regards,
    Mani.

  2. Sriram,Currently the Wiki inside Projects is integration between Zoho Projects & Zoho Wiki. But the Wiki inside the project is restricted for only Project members & we don’t allow users to configure page level permissions there.The purpose of the Project wiki is mainly for project related content sharing.Regards,
    Mani.

  3. thanks. if one wants to use PM+wiki addon, I assume it will be possible to have public spaces on the wiki (i.e. non-zoho or google users without any type of sign on can access these spaces). if one wants to use our own domain instead of zoho dot com for these services.. do we have to get zoho business as well or can this be done within the PM service? its not clear if the users and groups scheme are service specific or they vary across them.. for example are zoho business groups at an entirely different level than the ones used in specific services such as wiki or PM? What could be useful is a FAQ on using domains across services and how groups/users work in services, the limitations thereof and a picture of how these aspects may evolve.

  4. thanks. if one wants to use PM+wiki addon, I assume it will be possible to have public spaces on the wiki (i.e. non-zoho or google users without any type of sign on can access these spaces). if one wants to use our own domain instead of zoho dot com for these services.. do we have to get zoho business as well or can this be done within the PM service? its not clear if the users and groups scheme are service specific or they vary across them.. for example are zoho business groups at an entirely different level than the ones used in specific services such as wiki or PM? What could be useful is a FAQ on using domains across services and how groups/users work in services, the limitations thereof and a picture of how these aspects may evolve.

  5. I note that the project management also has wiki functionality. So if uses the PM app does it mean that the wiki requirements are automatically taken care of or is the wiki functionality in PM different from the main wiki service.

  6. I note that the project management also has wiki functionality. So if uses the PM app does it mean that the wiki requirements are automatically taken care of or is the wiki functionality in PM different from the main wiki service.

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