PLEASANTON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Helping people work online, Zoho today announced Zoho Wiki 2.0, the company's online portal for group collaboration and content sharing. With individual workspaces and fine-grained access controls, Zoho Wiki 2.0 takes an enterprise focus that promotes team collaboration within an organization and with clients, partners and other third parties. A slideshow presentation of Zoho Wiki 2.0 is available at https://bit.ly/d3t0mQ.
"Zoho Wiki 2.0 represents an evolution from individual to business-focused wikis," said Hyther Nizam, director of product management at Zoho.
"To succeed, companies need to communicate freely and easily. They also need to communicate securely. Now, organizations can use Zoho Wiki 2.0 as an intranet or online knowledge base as well as a tool for intra- and inter-team collaboration. The Zoho Wiki 2.0 feature set gives users a lot of flexibility while maintaining enterprise-level security."
Zoho has optimized Zoho Wiki to build collaborative environments for effective knowledge sharing within an organization as well as with third parties. Use cases within an organization can include creating documentation sites, enterprise intranets, private or shared team portals, and searchable centralized information repositories. To support enterprise users, Zoho Wiki 2.0 includes the following features:
Zoho Mail users will now be able to seamlessly integrate Zoho Wiki into Zoho Business for improved collaboration and sharing. Employees can also share their documents across the organization.
Zoho Wiki 2.0 is available immediately at https://wiki.zoho.com. Zoho Wiki has now moved to user-based licensing and is free for a single wiki with three workspaces and three users. Each additional user is $8 per month. Each additional wiki is $5 per month. Existing Zoho Wiki users will not be affected by the new pricing structure.
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