JumpBox for the MediaWiki Wiki System

JumpBox for the MediaWiki Wiki System 1.1

Mediawiki is a Wiki application that allows you to write, edit, manage, store, and organize knowledge collaboratively.
 
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Mediawiki is a Wiki application that allows you to write, edit, manage, store, and organize knowledge collaboratively. Create and edit content collaboratively, search and retrieve information effortlessly. The JumpBox for MediaWiki provides you with the world's most popular wiki platform.
Wikipedia.org is perhaps the most well known organization to use MediaWiki. However, thousands of other websites use MediaWiki to manage their knowledge collaboratively including Novell, ISA Telematics GmbH, and Intel. MediaWiki is a breeze to use, simply click the 'edit page tab' at the top of the page, make changes, and click save. MediaWiki provides page history, page revisions, and change summaries, you will always know what changes have been made and by whom.
The JumpBox for Mediawiki provides a simplified way to deploy and maintain Mediawiki either on-premise, in the cloud or in a data center. Termed "Open Source as a Service" this technology enables you to focus your time on using software rather than implementing and maintaining it. With a growing collection of over fifty different conveniently-packaged Open Source applications, the JumpBox library is the most comprehensive set of "run anywhere, run instantly" server infrastructure. Explore the benefits of "Open Source as a Service" and try the JumpBox for Mediawiki today to eliminate headaches and reclaim your time.

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