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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

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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