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Wikis Buttoned Down

JotSpot can't rid the world of the precious term "wiki," which describes the online content and collaboration tool that powers sites like Wikipedia. But its just-released JotSpot Wiki 2.0 should make wikis more practical for business collaboration, since it makes the software more familiar in form and function. "It's wikis meets Microsoft Office," JotSpot CEO Joe Kraus says.

JotSpot has tried to make the tool easier to use, creating templates for common uses such as collaborative calendars, files, photo galleries, and spreadsheets. The company has a few big customers, but the price is small-business friendly: $200 a month for unlimited users and 10 Gbytes of storage.

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