Zoho Wiki is a great tool for creating an organized page structure with multiple “layers.” Zoho offers other products and services (such as Zoho Meeting, a tool for web conferencing) that interact with each other. In fact, Zoho is useful even if you already use Google Apps. “Zoho for Google Apps” integration means you can log into Zoho with your Google name and password, access Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Calendar from inside Zoho, and embed Zoho Projects in Google Sites.
If some of that sounds overwhelming to you, then you’ll understand why Zoho Wiki’s key drawback is that it requires greater technical skill. For both administrators and users, Zoho Wiki is rated as fairly complex to use. If you want to implement Zoho tools in your organization, consider whether your staff and volunteers are tech-savvy enough to easily adapt to it, or whether someone has experience with wikis and could help train others.
Security is low on Zoho Wiki. You can set permissions for who can edit and view certain pages, but you should not post confidential information here.
Zoho Wiki provides two wikis and 50MB of storage space for free. For $12 a month, you get five wikis and 250MB of storage, and pricing packages go up from there. Nonprofits receive a 15% discount.
To get started, visit http://wiki.zoho.com. To explore Zoho for Google Apps, visit http://www.zoho.com/google-apps/index.html.