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Which Content Management System (CMS) should I use?

I'm looking for a secure wiki technology that will allow shared note taking and documentation. Security, organization, and revision control are critical. Any advice will be appreciated!

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Is running it over an SSL connection with an encrypted database secure enough for you? – paulmorriss Aug 9 '11 at 8:45
And logins of course too. – paulmorriss Aug 9 '11 at 9:25
I am not sure. Of course the more security the better. (e.g. would Amazon/facebook/groupon development team use such a method of security?) – whamsicore Aug 9 '11 at 9:33
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Any wiki that has logins, a database that can be encrypted, and runs on SSL should provide enough security for you. You will also need to take security measures as you would with any system - physical access to PCs and the server, making sure that you can trust your users etc. You can ask specific questions on http://security.stackexchange.com.

Every wiki I've seen has revision control.

As for organisation, you probably need to be more specific.

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Can you give some examples of reputable/popular ones? – whamsicore Aug 10 '11 at 13:01
Mediawiki, which is what wikipedia is built on, is familiar to people. Dokuwiki is specifically designed for documentation. Confluence isn't free unlike the other two, but has support for multiple wikis. – paulmorriss Aug 10 '11 at 13:16

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