According to Intranet Journal, SocialText has introduced Miki, a platform-independent wiki which uses a mobile Web browser and a simplified user interface to connect people to their wikis from mobile devices.
With Miki, SocialText hopes to involve mobile professionals in real collaboration using their mobile devices, not the one- or two-word terse statements common in Blackberry usage, Mayfield (SocialText founder and CEO) said.
Early on in SocialText’s existence, one of the company’s first basic wiki products worked reasonably well on a Palm Treo device.
…Mayfield says Miki could help further the adoption of wikis because it will allow users to walk out of a meeting and keep collaborating, without dealing with the hassle of e-mail. As more and more workers find themselves using mobile devices to stay in touch, it certinaly won’t hurt.
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