ComputerWeekly: Google sees benefits in corporate blogging

ComputerWeekly has an interesting article today on Google’s use of blogs internally. The article notes that Google started blogs for staffers in early 2003 and has seen these internal blogs put to a variety of uses:

…people keeping track of meeting notes, people sharing diagnostics information, people sharing snippets of code, as well as more personal uses, like letting co-workers know what they are thinking about and what they are up to.

“There is a huge benefit in blogging for companies implementing IT projects. It is going to be a growing trend over the next couple of years,”said Jason Goldman, Blogger product manager at Google.

Read the full article.