BPM Institute Wiki: Business Transformation Tutorial. Brand Niemann July 16, 2008 http://bpminstitute.wik.is. Pilot Project.
July 16, 2008
An editing experience similar to what you would expect from modern word processor applications.
Hierarchical page organization: Organize content in an intuitive hierarchical manner
Advanced search: User can view all results or only specific subsets of the result set
Users can attach any file or image to any page.
Versioning and Reversion:
Page versioning: Every page retains a complete history of changes.
Restrict page editing, Restrict page viewing, Restrict hierarchies
Alerts and Notifications:
Watch list Feeds: Every user can create a list of pages to watch.
Site administration: Quickly and easily manage multiple users and users' status
Adherence to standards: All content is stored in XML.
Note: This shows how agile and flexible the Web 2.0 Wiki environment is to respond to requests that would be more difficult (or impossible) and time consuming with Web 1.0 collaboration technology.