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Specialized Search: strategies yield results

Each user group could have a different perspective on the data that requires it to be searched and viewed differently....Read More >>

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Search solution supports fast and accurate decision-making

Speeds access to deal-related knowledgeRead More >> Posted March 30, 2015

Publisher taps technology for individualized customer relationships

Delivers contextually relevant content to consumersRead More >> Posted March 23, 2015

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Putting enterprise content where people work

Best-practice organizations use process maps, team sites and mobile apps to get content in front of the right people at the right time.Read More >> Posted March 31, 2015

Designing a Successful KM Strategy: A Guide for the Knowledge Management Professional

Exactly how can business needs lead the development of the KM strategy? To determine this, you need to work out what the key organizational drivers or imperatives for KM actually are, gathering data through interviews or through workshops. It also means, for example, that IT does not lead your KM program; IT supports your KM program and is a stakeholder and governance team participant.Read More >> Posted March 31, 2015

Big data: New options for implementation

"When business units are working together toward the same goal, data can be transformed into information, and continuous improvement through big data-driven analytics projects is possible."Read More >> Posted March 31, 2015

Revitalizing the Web experience

Consumers increasingly are using various mobile devices, laptops and PCs, all with different screen sizes, to bank, shop, communicate with friends, relatives and business associates and to handle other parts of their daily lives....Read More >> Posted March 31, 2015

Perspectives in Knowledge Management

David Weinberger

David Weinberger

How the Internet is changing knowledge, society, relationships and communication.

Interrupting thought

Sometimes these days when we talk about "going meta" about a topic, we mean what we used to call "being reflective" about it. Both ways of talking imply the value of interrupting the normal course of thought and taking a step back.Read More >>

The end of headlines?

It can take a while to realize that Inside.com is a news aggregator without headlines. It turns out that headlines were yet another bad bad choice imposed on us by the limitations of paper.Read More >>

Markets and networks

Airlines have strong incentives to make normal travel hell. That's the argument Tim Wu makes in a post on The New Yorker site Dec 26 ("Why Airlines Want to Make You Suffer," .) He's right not only about airlines but also about the Internet, and about knowledge.Read More >>

The Future of the Future

The Future of the Future

How to create an innovative future by today’s thoughts and actions.

All aboard the blockchain express

You can see where all of this is going. Just-in-time is giving way to just-ahead-of-time.Read More >>

Envisioning the deep learning enterprise

We are well into what might be referred to as the knowledge transfer decade, brought about by the wave of retirements and ensuing panic as organizations scramble to capture, retain and grow their critical knowledge. Read More >>

From the real to the virtual and back

In previous articles, we've shown that intangible asset values typically outweigh their tangible counterparts by about four to one. We don't expect this ratio to flip anytime soon. But those crusty old tangibles have been staging a comeback. The new technology of 3-D printing is getting help from a few "old-timers" like open source software and collaborative computing.Read More >>

Knowledge Management News

Business, project and case management from Comindware

Releases Business Operations Management Suite March 31, 2015

Expert System and MongoDB partner for big data

Extending Expert System's Cogito semantic technology March 30, 2015

Enterprise Q&A from Haydle

Toward a more engaged organization March 27, 2015

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The Hybrid Content Dilemma

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See what you’ve been missing: Use knowledge graphs to turbocharge knowledge management in the enterprise

April 28, 2015 | 11:00 am PDT, 2:00 pm EDT

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May 19, 2015 | 11:00 am PDT, 2:00 pm EDT

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The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom. 
- Isaac Asimov

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2015 Information Governance Trends

As digital information grows, so do the challenges and burden with managing this mountain of data. Records management is no longer the sufficient solution. March 13, 2015

How Analytics can boost the ROI of your Intranet Portal

As large enterprises and organizations continue to focus on the importance of their intranet environments, it's clear that the ability to track usage has become highly relevant in order to understand, adapt, and constantly improve these platforms. November 18, 2014

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