Introduction to SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Wiki
You have lot of information that you want to share with your colleagues? But don’t know how? Then use an Enterprise Wiki. Now you must be thinking what is an Enterprise Wiki, right? AnEnterprise Wiki in SharePoint Server 2010 is a publishing site for sharing and updating large volumes of information across an enterprise.If an organization needs a large, centralized knowledge repository that is designed to both store and share information on an enterprise-wide scale, consider using an Enterprise Wiki.
How is Enterprise Wiki Useful?
Enterprise Wiki in SharePoint Server helps organizations collect, organize, and distribute information. Enterprise Wiki often becomes repositories for an organization’s unstated knowledge, which otherwise might not be stored anywhere. Enterprise Wiki can encourage informal learning and sharing tips with other users, which can reduce the need for formal training or continuous IT support.
What are the Limitations of an Enterprise Wiki?
As an Enterprise Wiki can generate a high level of network traffic, you might find it necessary to configure a single site collection and a single, dedicated Microsoft SQL Server database. If the Microsoft SQL Server database is shared, users might experience slower performance. For more information, see Enterprise wiki planning (SharePoint Server 2010). Enterprise Wiki pages cannot be converted or migrated to pages on a Team Site without using custom code. Since Enterprise Wikis are used with the publishing feature in SharePoint Server 2010, there are significant differences between an Enterprise Wiki site and a Team Site.
So if you want to share your significant data and information with your friends and colleagues, then don’t forget to use the Enterprise Wiki feature in SharePoint Server 2010!
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Source by Adrian Gates