In the last post about Zoho Wiki, we saw how Zoho Wiki can act both as a help authoring tool and to host the help documentation. Zoho Wiki can be used to host business portals also. We will see a couple of examples below.
As you can see, the web site’s look and feel is completely customized. And some of the pages there require authentication to view. Thanks to the fine-grained access control provided by Zoho Wiki, you can have a web site where some pages are visible to all visitors of your site (in ManageEngine’s case, visitors who are interested in becoming partners) and other pages are made accessible to a defined set of people (to those who end up becoming ManageEngine’s partners).
The Zoho Alliance Partner Portal (ZAPP) is on Zoho Wiki too (requires login for viewing).
Other than the above partner portals, ManageEngine’s MSP Center Plus documentation is also a wiki.
How are you using Zoho Wiki?