Knowledge Bases

Knowledge databases provide internal project groups or public users the opportunity to provide their knowledge about a specific topic on the Internet or intranet for others.

The most popular knowledge database is Wikipedia, which was developed on the open source system WikiMedia. The platform is thereby breathed life by the community on the Internet. This creates a living and constantly evolutionary system. The basic idea of Web 2.0 - the interaction of the users - is written here.

You can also use a knowledge database for a reference work for your projects! This means that the project participants can access all information at the same time.

As with a classic content management system, you do not need any programming skills to publish the content.