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Why businesses use Google Sites to share knowledge

Businesses use Google Sites to make useful information accessible. Employees can create an intranet or let project teams build sites to capture and share departmental knowledge. File versioning is done automatically, so it's easy for people to make updates and get the latest version. Supported formats include .doc, .xls, .csv, .ppt, .txt, .pdf and more. Users can display Google Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations, YouTube videos, Picasa slideshows and gadgets without any programming skills.

Keep company information secure

Set consistent sharing permissions across all company sites.

Make useful information accessible

Create an intranet or let project teams build sites to capture and share departmental knowledge.

Share files simply

File versioning is done automatically, so it's easy for people to make updates and get the latest version. Supported formats include .doc, .xls, .csv, .ppt, .txt, .pdf and more.

Unify content from many sources

Display Google Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations, YouTube videos, Picasa slideshows and gadgets without any programming skills.

Find information instantly

Google search technology is built-in, so employees can find useful company information as easily as searching the Internet.

Let employees contribute

No coding or system expertise is required to update pages or create new internal sites, so anyone can add to shared knowledge.