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Social networking took root in the consumer market with LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Now, the same capabilities have moved into the enterprise environment. One of the most promising areas for social networking is innovation, which often depends on finding and collaborating with the right colleagues. Social networking can help individuals find others in their company who share common interests and answer the important question of "who knows what."... Posted May 28, 2010

Last month, in the second installment of this series, we considered the roles and responsibilities needed to shoulder the sweeping changes of a SharePoint-centric enterprise. For large-scale SharePoint deployments to succeed, stakeholders must articulate their commitment and priorities... Posted May 28, 2010

Here's a selection from the many leading customer relationship management (CRM) software and services vendors from around the globe... Posted May 28, 2010

Here's a sampling of the hottest new category of technology vendors—social media, social networking, social business tools … social networking means NEW business... Posted May 28, 2010

Blogs and wikis are augmenting traditional publishing and classroom teaching, speeding up the pace of information exchange for both researchers and students... Posted April 30, 2010

Automating records management offers greater accuracy, lower costs and consistent application of rules, but the complex nature of the endeavor means that records management is a journey, not a task... Posted April 30, 2010

It's about staging all those stovepipes in one place so that your users can gain the perspective they need and the transparency they deserve... Posted April 30, 2010

Each year KMWorld editors review the previous year and decide which companies deserve special distinction as either innovators, or trusted advisers, or significant powerhouses. Some of them eventually move from "emergent" to "venerable."... Posted April 30, 2010

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"Meh" has become a way to signal indifference. In one syllable, a person in step with current lingo can say "meh," meaning "so what" or "who really cares." Feigned indifference can be maddening. Ask a Microsoft executive about Google and you get an earful. Ask Google about Microsoft and you may elicit a meh... Posted April 01, 2010

"CRM is a business strategy first, and at the highest level there must be a vision. After that, the organization needs to discover the best way to support the vision..." Posted April 01, 2010

E-mail is the business dial tone, and more than one-third of companies are expanding their e-mail infrastructure in 2010. Whether on computers or smartphones, e-mail is the most popular application... Posted April 01, 2010

KMWorld columnist Judith Lamont reviews the state-of-the-art in search technology, highlighting solutions that are helping enterprises support knowledge workers in making critical decisions. Posted April 01, 2010

In our first in a series of SharePoint reality checks, we focus on the growing usage pains of a global SharePoint implementation. Those lessons apply to enterprise content management (ECM) systems as internal publishing platforms and as nest beds for collaboration through social networks, business process improvements and the repurposing of past success to optimize future efforts... Posted April 01, 2010

... a sampler of some of the search-specific software and services vendors... Posted April 01, 2010

E-mail management is a HUGE business challenge. E-mail represents nearly 100 percent of an organization's communications, and is thus at risk for litigation, confusion and waste... Posted April 01, 2010

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It's not that we should—or even can—shift our attention completely away from information. It's that we have failed to address meaning in the context of work... Posted March 01, 2010

To realize the potential of remote access to ECM, developers must design effective interfaces to applications that are responsive to the needs of workers on the go... Posted March 01, 2010

The growing availability of electronic medical records will lead to increased evidence-based medicine and smarter healthcare... Posted March 01, 2010

When we established our list of 100 Companies That Matter 10 years ago, "knowledge management" was just beginning to be a recognized term in the boardroom. KM is not now (nor will it ever likely be) a household word. Nor is it an application. It's an attitude, a commitment to excellence and innovation shared by the companies, large and small, on this list. A decade ago, a lot of vendors were so intoxicated by their technology that they tried to woo their customers with dazzling features, capabilities they thrust upon clients without fully understanding their legitimate needs. Now, in 2010, that's no longer true. The firms on this list are true solution providers that are dedicated to understanding what their customers need and delivering elegant technology for the requirements of the knowledge economy... Posted March 01, 2010

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Organizations have a broader vision of how BPM can be used across the enterprise. They may still start with one department, as has been typical in the past, but the plan is to deploy BPM pervasively... Posted February 01, 2010

For many companies, the burgeoning text analytics approach of sentiment analysis is becoming a critical component of their overall strategy, giving them a much needed assist to stay responsive to customers, market opportunities and trends... Posted February 01, 2010

The economic downturn has made organizations more conscious of legal costs for both in-house and outside counsel. The impact has been reflected in increased attention to fixed-price models, low-cost outsourcing and use of automation. In addition, companies in highly litigated industries are attempting to reduce risk through e-discovery readiness... Posted February 01, 2010

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Although emerging technologies are contributing substantially to greater exchange of information, much of the progress can be credited to mature KM solutions that are being used more effectively... Posted January 01, 2010

WCM) is dead. Controversial? Well, let's qualify that statement a little... Posted January 01, 2010

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Recent surveys confirm casual observation that lawsuits are a large and growing part of the U.S. economy. A variety of surveys indicate that anywhere from half to nearly 90 percent of businesses, depending on the size and field, were faced with at least one in the past year. Yet many organizations remain completely unprepared. See what columnist Judith Lamont has to advise in this recent article from KMWorld magazine. Posted October 28, 2009

CMS Watch research with users suggests that selecting the right tool isn't sufficient alone for long-term success, but it is necessary... Posted October 28, 2009

Social networking has moved into the enterprise market in a big way over the past year, with blogs and wikis becoming ubiquitous, and more recently, a trend toward enterprise microblogging. According to IDC, the market doubled between 2007 and 2008, although on a small base, and is expected to grow to $1.6 billion by 2013... Posted October 28, 2009

As 2010 approaches, collaboration continues to be a hot topic. Strangely enough, one thing hasn't changed about collaboration, despite the rise of Web 2.0 infiltrating the work force: The vast majority of collaboration continues to take place through e-mail, with knowledge workers passing file attachments... Posted October 28, 2009

No business can escape this economic turmoil unscathed, but such a climate will bring fresh opportunities to some. What does it take to be a winner in the current economic climate?... Posted October 28, 2009

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