The following tables compare Enterprise bookmarking platforms.
The table provides an overview of Enterprise Bookmarking platforms. The platforms listed refer to an application that is installed on a web server (usually requiring MySQL or another database and PHP, perl, Python, or some other language for webapps).
Date and content types
This table lists the types of data that can be tagged.
Content enrichment capabilities
Tags and metadata can be used to enrich previously described types of data and content. This table lists the default capabilities each platform provides.
Tag management capabilities
Enterprise bookmarking tools differ from social bookmarking tools in the way that they often have to meet taxonomy constraints. Tag management capabilities are the uphill (e.g. faceted classification, predefined tags) and downhill gardening (e.g. tag renaming, moving, merging) abilities that can be put in place to manage the folksonomy generated from user tagging.
Platform and security capabilities
Security abilities at the platform level:
Security abilities at the application level:
Server operating system support
In the case of web applications, this describes the server OS. For centrally-hosted websites that are proprietary, this is not applicable. Any client OS can connect to a web service unless stated otherwise in a footnote.