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Sounds like you want:
if it is secure enough (ASP). Maybe, they offer client installations?
Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> Internal (would be my guess) and information exchange.
> Business-focused, not personal, but without extremes
> of protocol and decorum beyond basic good manners.
> Consider that you have a corporation with multiple
> verticals who need to do cross-selling (combine
> products, make referrals). Marketing needs to
> know more details than customers and needs to be
> close to real time on development work. Marketing
> might only want high level information but keep
> it current. Developers need more information about
> each other's work but might not be in the same
> product groups.
> Blogs with comments turned on would be a quick way
> to get that without dumping yetAnotherCommand&Control
> system into the culture. Rather than C2, start a
> conversation within the corporation. If that works
> well, start it with the customer.
> I suppose the first questions are, how hard is it to
> set up a company-wide blog server and how much does
> that cost? Then how does discovery work (say, how
> does one find the bloggers doing topics of interest)?