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Softaculous is a handy 1-click installer that makes life easier. Couple that with cPanel, the control panel of choice, and you've got a couple of powerful timesavers at your disposal - both at no extra cost.
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Wikis are basically knowledge repositories that accept contributions from users around the world, at all hours of the day, on a myriad of devices, and share that information, either publicly or privately. Key factors to that end include:
Robust Backups - the information must be preserved, even in the event of a catastrophic failure. That's why KnownHost uses automated off-server backup systems.
Dependable Servers - 99% uptime isn't good enough for most users - because downtime ruins confidence and cuts usage. KnownHost averages over 99.99% uptime.
High Performance - speed matters. KnownHost uses premium software, hardware and networking to give wiki hosting customers the fastest page responses possible.
Yes, at all times, you will maintain ownership rights and access to your wiki data, enabling you to migrate away, modify, add, delete or otherwise modify the information anytime you want, from anywhere with an internet connection (plus your secure login details).
Storage. A wiki is an archive of valuable information, and as such it lives or dies based on its storage performance. You need SSD's for speed, redundant backups for safety, and flexible storage capacity to react to the growth in size over time of your wiki hosting account. KnownHost implements all these as standard.
Any of the wiki's available via the open source / free Softaculous installer, can be installed in a single click and can be configured to be publicly or privately accessible, depending on how you choose to implement them. It's great for an intranet, private group hub, public information sharing - the choice is yours.
Wiki's are built to maintain well organized content that can have discussion surrounding it then changes made and deployed. Blogs don't have the threaded background discussion around potential edits or expanded content, nor do they include information as easily organized in mass quantities. Forums don't have the organization and stable content because they're designed for just the threaded discussions. Wikis take the ease of editing out of blogs and the threaded surrounding discussion then merge them with the content organization of CMS systems, giving combined best of all words.