Weblog-based content architecture for business


Dave Pollard has posted a very interesting blog entry on using weblogs in business. In it, he outlines an enterprise-wide architecture model for using weblogs as a source of intranet content (there is even a pretty diagram). To quote: “As weblog tools become more powerful and flexible, open sourcing of weblog add-ons increases, and RSS and XML technologies advance and become standard, the justification for migrating centralized knowledge management systems to a weblog-based architecture will grow more compelling. In the meantime, leading-edge knowledge organizations need to be piloting and experimenting with such architectures, if they don’t wish to be left behind.” [Dave Pollard thanks to Column Two]