What software to create Internal Knowledge Sharing site?

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Knowledge Management Software
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I have been asked to create an Internal Knowledge Sharing web site. Something everyone can contribute to and search for answers on. So I need to find a bit of software to start this on. I am looking for something very similar to what this site uses. Our requirements:
  1. Open Source.
  2. Simple to setup and use.
  3. RSS Feeds or some subscription option.
  4. Not a lot of customization required.
  5. Integrate with our LDAP directory.
Of course we have no budget. So I am looking for suggestions.

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Have you looked at a wiki solution like mediawiki? This site lets you compare features and functionality of alot of wikis out there.

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  • Bryon
    No I have not seen that. It is a good link thank you. I am just not sure where to go with this one. I am not completely sure if I need a wiki or a blog or...
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  • ITKE
    Well we built this site using mediawiki and wordpress and they both have great functionality.
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  • Vishalvasu
    MediaWiki is a good choice. To take the advantage of SSO (Single Sign On) and integration with Exchange and Outlook, try giving SharePoint Services a shot.
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  • Bryon
    Thanks. Wikimedia or TikiWiki looks like our starting point. We do not use Exchange or Outlook and we do not have the Microsoft infrastructure to support Shrepoint. No Active Directory hence the LDAP requirement. For now the cost to implement AD is more than we want to spend.
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