Easiest online service for knowledge Base — any unstructured information


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Advise simple online service to store all information (text, pictures, attached files) is something like Wikipedia or knowledge base for mA-vermillion project group (2 -4 pers.)

Information is more likely to gather/to accumulate than be changed/edited (very rare)

What are the wishes:
— online
— reliability
— access restriction
— ability to search by topics and posts
— labels/tags
— ability to attach to the message files
— the ability to make the message as via a browser and send them via email

Before putting the files shared from daddy, but now I wanted something more convenient.
What has any thoughts:

1. Use Google blogger.com
As a knowledge base to use the blog to write and website and by mail.
In my opinion, quite convenient, but there are a couple of drawbacks:
A. you cannot attach the file (important)
B. search on this blog... I somehow does not work (maybe because the blog is private, i.e. only available to 2 users, but for Google it is not closed)

2. Use Google.Group
Even better (you can hook onto the file), but (!) there is no tag message + the search works the same as claim 1,
i.e. to find something, and the more quickly it will be very difficult/difficult.

Estimated volume of such a knowledge base is a small, SEG. day would be enough and 1000 entries / 50 — 100MB with all the attached files.

Tell me, what other options for such services could be adapted for this purpose?
(preferably free or very cheap)

p.s. Theoretically can put on a subdomain of something simple, like WordPress or DokuWiki, but I don't want to get into all sorts of technical issues, terms, etc., i.e. it is desirable to adapt some ready-made service.
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How about evernote?
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your job somehow requires a lot of things, I don't even know if all of these chips or not (just not paying attention).
I think you would come some free wiki service, a lot of them now. Well, at least on Zoho (www.zoho.com) look and there's an analogue of google docs, and wikis, and many others for joint work. Primary accounts — free.
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"2. Use Google.Group
Even better (you can hook onto the file), but (!) there is no tag message + the search works the same as claim 1,
i.e. to find something, and the more quickly it will be very difficult/difficult."
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In Google.Group way already files and page cancel: groups-announcements.blogspot.com/2010/09/notice-about-pages-and-files.html?hl=ru
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if the wiki format is closer and dearer — wikia.com
if you still want to be attached to Google — then google sites, afaik there is already a ready-made template for the knowledge base is.
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Mine people speak of Groupware and you don't understand!
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This is also necessary, but with a closed structure
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