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In early June we asked the readers of KMWorld NEWSLINKS to vote for the leading vendors serving the Legal Industry. Posted July 07, 2006

What is a sure way to lose the attention of customers or prospects? Tell them that you want to sell them more IT infrastructure. That can be very challenging because of the amount and complexity of infrastructure that has already been purchased and deployed over many years. Posted May 26, 2006

Several years ago, expertise location was a fast-growing branch of KM, helping to find the human repositories of specialized knowledge. Then it seemed to recede as an application of interest, perhaps because some of the solutions were narrowly focused, too hard to maintain or not well integrated with other enterprise applications. But the requirement to locate experts has not gone away. Posted May 26, 2006

Since 2002, the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Homeland Defense and Security has developed a wide range of graduate education programs that help current and future homeland security leaders with strategies, policies and organizational elements to defeat terrorism in the United States. The CHDS, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, offers a homeland security master’s degree that was the Posted May 26, 2006

At a meeting one day, I found myself sitting between two eminent KM thinkers. Both men were rapidly taking notes directly into their laptops. One was using PersonalBrain from TheBrain Technologies. The other was using MindManager from Mindjet. My colleagues raved passionately about each of those tools, as do many people who use either one. Posted May 26, 2006

In the pharmaceutical industry, an electronic lab notebook can be more than a receptacle for documents; it can be a platform for knowledge management and collaboration. Posted May 26, 2006

Business process management (BPM) is the most complex of content management technologies. Hosted BPM services reduce the complexity of integration and management, promote ease of use and cut costs. Posted May 26, 2006

Many IT professionals and Webmasters expect search to be baked into their existing applications. What’s delivered is a search soufflé that disappoints. Posted April 26, 2006

Content management, search and business intelligence are among the core KM technologies being enthusiastically adopted by the academic world. Many of the tools being applied in educational settings help achieve such goals as enhanced customer service and greater productivity. Posted April 26, 2006

The first part of this article, which appeared in KMWorld last month, described how such trends as growing e-mail volumes and increased regulatory and legal pressures have transformed the e-mail management marketplace from niche to core component in organizations today. This month we’ll review additional leading players in the booming marketplace. Posted May 01, 2006

Along with the majors, niche players are perfecting SOA tools. Here’s a sampling from some of the better-known players. Posted April 26, 2006

The records management (RM) market is projected to grow at a robust 25 percent per year over the next five years... Posted April 26, 2006

Over the past year, search technology has shown remarkable progress in both its features and in the interest from prospective users. Initiatives by high-visibility firms such as Google have drawn attention to it, and enterprises are aggressively seeking more powerful ways of accessing their content. Posted March 27, 2006

Open source usability and the arc of innovation Open source software (OSS) is consistently gaining strength as a movement and a viable software development paradigm. If you've heard of it but don't quite know what it is, you may want to read Part 1 of this article, which appeared in the February issue of KMWorld. Posted March 27, 2006

E-mail management (EMM) is hot. Growing e-mail volumes, increased regulatory and legal pressures and concerns about electronic records make managing e-mail a top priority for many organizations. And with a dynamic, healthy marketplace exhibiting a flurry of new entrants and consolidations, the competition is fierce in the e-mail management and archiving marketplace. Posted March 27, 2006

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One hundred. Not 101. Not 99. Does our list mean that there are only 100 companies that matter in KM? Of course not. Posted March 01, 2006

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