I'm looking for a KB product that will allow me to create online documents under my company's brand on our KB but then push that information out to "mirrored" KB instances for each of our partners. Since company names and other specific wording changes from our company to each of our partners, the product would need to have the ability to "automagically" change specific words such as company name from the parent company to the appropriate name for each partner company. I want to avoid having to manually copy and paste each individual document multiple times and avoid manually changing specific wording and other information.
Since not all features are equally supported between the parent company and all partners, I would need the ability to select which files go where, rather than have everything I create "shotgunned" to all partners.
Our product is a web application and I want our customers to be able to click a "Help" link to open the support KB. When customers of each of our white label partners click "Help", they should be directed to the KB that is themed for that partner.
This product must be highly scalable, since the number of partners we support is only going to grow.
Other requirements include:
SSO so customers signed into the web app won't have to login again to access the KB.
The KB must not be accessible from the web without a login.
Collaboration and versioning would be helpful so different team members could work on a single project.
Some sort of workflow/approval system is desirable.
Analytics to capture how our customers are using the KB support docs.
I've assessed a number of KB products including Confluence, SafeHarbor, MoxieSoft, and ZenDesk, and none of them were able to satisfy these requirements, particularly the ability to support multiple, themed Kbs and auto-translate specific words/terms based on individual themes.
I would appreciate any help you may have to offer. Thanks."
Nobody cares if you believe in God, they only care if you don't believe in God. People only "care" if you flaunt it. Every atheist is seen as being as bad as an evangelical activist, because simply not believing is considered a bad thing
I happen to believe that there is a God and I will probably be modded into oblivion just for saying so. The fact that the article shows belief in God in a favorable light, will also not sit well with many.
"I believe in God, and I think Slashdot is a group of bigots that will mod me down for my personal beliefs" is flame bait, and should be treated as such. If you left off the taunt on the end, you might have not deserved the negative mods you are expecting, but haven't gotten at the time I post this.
Actually, I experience the opposite. Atheists care a great deal that I believe in God and because of my belief, make all sorts of assumptions about me in order to ridicule me. The door swings both ways.