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The search features available in the Twitter search box are quite extensive and include Boolean, special terms or "field" qualifiers such as hashtags, and even qualifiers reflecting the nature of the content or "sentiment" Posted July 17, 2019

Given the massive amount of data your company has at its disposal, the term ‘search' is misleading. When you ‘search', you aren't looking for documents, spreadsheets or video files. You're looking for the answer recorded on a document, for an idea in a recent R&D project or for insight to help you do your job more efficiently. Posted July 11, 2019

Access Innovations uses AI to unlock the potential of your knowledge base. You own and store vast amounts of knowledge. How do you make that knowledge work for you? Being able to find the information you need when you need it! Posted July 10, 2019

Accusoft is a software development company specializing in content processing, conversion and automation solutions. We enable users to solve their most complex workflow challenges and gain greater insights from content in any format, and on any device. Posted July 10, 2019

NetDocuments offers KM professionals native cloud document management, email management and collaboration technology complete with disaster recovery, enterprise search, and matter centricity features. Posted July 10, 2019

GraphDB is one of the few triple stores that can perform semantic inferencing at scale allowing users to derive new semantic facts from existing facts. It handles massive loads, queries and inferencing in real time. Posted July 10, 2019

Sinequa's unified platform is fully integrated and configurable to support current and future needs around becoming information-driven. This means actionable information presented in context to surface insights, inform decisions, and elevate productivity. Posted July 10, 2019

Strategic goals and objectives while integrating AI should include creating an effortless experience for customers; enabling those closest to the customer; supporting collaboration; and allowing a consultative support approach. Posted July 08, 2019

Before diving into cognitive computing, organizations should pick a problem that can be solved using techniques and resources available today and is central to an important business process that cannot be solved any other way. Posted July 08, 2019

How can current technology solutions be used to improve the speed and effectiveness of information flow? Do we need to bring structure to unstructured information? Posted July 08, 2019

The offerings on our list of 2019 KMWorld Trend-Setting Products result from both radical innovation and continuous evolution. Some solutions break new ground with inventive use of technology while others take existing capabilities and continue to refine them to meet emerging requirements. Posted July 08, 2019

In the future, expect greater use of conversational interfaces, and search functions that are fully integrated with other applications and highly context-sensitive, with help readily available. Posted July 08, 2019

The blending of the digital and physical experiences is as inexorable as this phenomenon is horizontal. Edge computing is the gateway for this confluence in which each respective experience enhances the other for increased customer satisfaction and data-driven profits. Posted July 08, 2019

As organizations continue to recognize the value of data as an asset, the market for data quality solutions will grow. Posted July 08, 2019

How a great KM brand looks is different for every organization, but it is always a reflection of the people and mission that KM is designed to serve. Take a deep dive into your organizational culture to determine the language, look, and feel that will resonate best. Then, promote and leverage the KM brand at every opportunity to remind employees of the KM resources available to them. Posted July 08, 2019

Many companies don't utilize the full benefits of their data store, and more importantly, lack the awareness of the ways it can be improved. The ones that take steps to improve in this area have an important advantage in the highly competitive world of modern commerce. They know what they know, allowing them to ask the right questions and get the right answers. This results in a well-informed decision-making process and the agility and precision of direction that separates the winners from the also-rans. Posted July 08, 2019

Instagram itself has the barest of search capabilities, but there is a solution Posted July 03, 2019

In this clip from his KMWorld 2018 presentation on AI-enabled intelligent assistants, M-Files AI Product Manager Trevor Cookson discusses advantages for search. Posted June 26, 2019

Using machine learning, search is now able to distinguish not just what is relevant to a search query but also what is important for the user to know; summarize the import­ant insights in the documents relevant to a user's interests; and learn what each user cares about and find the relevant material without being asked. Posted June 26, 2019

The top three things enterprises need to foster are speed—as software developers and IT professionals are working closer together to change the process of infrastructure and devel­opment; security—in order to drive changes faster, achieve the biggest ben­efits by spotting vulnerabilities faster, and therefore lower security risk; and collaboration—by breaking down silos and enabling cross-func­tional teams to accomplish goals faster. Posted June 26, 2019

Content management systems must smartly co-exist with Microsoft productivity tools to thrive, and intelligent automa­tion will be a major factor driving user acceptance while information gover­nance technologies (e.g., archiving) are setting the stage for knowledge discovery. Posted June 26, 2019

Intel Enterprise Taxonomy Strategist Melinda Geist and Factor Principal Bram Wessel discuss how to integrate search into your enterprise information ecosystem in this clip from their presentation at Enterprise Search & Discovery 2018. Posted June 25, 2019

In-depth searching of Facebook isn't necessarily easy, but it can be well worth the effort. Posted June 19, 2019

In this clip from his KMWorld 2018 presentation on AI-enabled intelligent assistants, M-Files AI Product Manager Trevor Cookson discusses advantages for File-Save applications. Posted June 19, 2019

Eric Smith, Fire Oak Strategies chief technologist and information security officer, discusses real-world information security search issues in this clip from Enterprise Search & Discovery 2018. Posted June 18, 2019

Capture, manage, share, find: Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago VP for KM Hyan Syed describes how his organization has defined its KM implementation in this clip from his presentation at KMWorld 2018. Posted June 12, 2019

SAS storyteller Tuba Islam highlights three key approaches to automation and machine learning in this clip from her presentation at Text Analytics Forum 2018. Posted June 11, 2019

Serious Insights Founder & Principal Analyst Daniel W. Rasmus explains how AI can be used to narrow the window for maintenance in some organizations in this clip from his presentation at KMWorld 2018. Posted June 05, 2019

In searching for whatever type of information you need, there are three reasons why LinkedIn searching is easier and, in some ways, more effective than on other social networking sites Posted June 05, 2019

Kiki Adams, head of science at Receptiviti, explains stopwords, or function words, and why they matter in text analytics in this clip from her presentation at Text Analytics Forum 2018. Posted June 04, 2019

Basis Technology SVP, Global Public Sector Christopher Biow looks at the advancing glut of text and discusses the data management challenges it may pose in this clip from his presentation at Text Analytics Forum 2018. Posted May 28, 2019

SmartLogic CEO Jeremy Bentley debunks myths about the power of machine learning in organizations in this clip from his presentation at KMWorld 2018. Posted May 21, 2019

SmartLogic CEO Jeremy Bentley charts the business value of AI from automated to autonomous in this clip from his presentation at KMWorld 2018. Posted May 14, 2019

The global market for information governance is expected to grow by more than 20% per year over the next 5 years, reaching $3.62 billion by 2023. Posted May 08, 2019

Agile—a project management approach that stresses iteration, collaboration, and customer centricity—tops the list of innovations shaping KM programs. Posted May 08, 2019

By unifying all aspects of data management for expedient, trustworthy access to data in a single platform, BI empowers much more than analytics. Posted May 08, 2019

Only a minority of healthcare companies have a solution for using unstructured clinical information contained in electronic health records, although a majority of companies are either implementing one or exploring their options for doing so. Posted May 08, 2019

Enterprise Knowledge Practice Lead Mary Little outlines a methodology for implementing an effective knowledge management strategy in this clip from her presentation at KMWorld 2018. Posted May 07, 2019

World Bank Senior KM Officer Pascual Saura discusses knowledge strategies that match contemporary corporate priorities built around short lifecycles and virtual spaces in this clip from his presentation at KMWorld 2018. Posted April 30, 2019

In Part 5 of a 5-part series, Real Story Group's Jarrod Gingras discusses the ways organization can apply the 5 phases of design thinking in choosing the right tech, beginning with Phase 5: Test. Posted April 23, 2019

In Part 4 of a 5-part series, Real Story Group's Jarrod Gingras discusses the ways organization can apply the 5 phases of design thinking in choosing the right tech, beginning with Phase 4: Prototype. Posted April 16, 2019

In Part 3 of a 5-part series, Real Story Group's Jarrod Gingras discusses the ways organization can apply the 5 phases of design thinking in choosing the right tech, beginning with Phase 2: Ideate. Posted April 09, 2019

In Part 2 of a 5-part series, Real Story Group's Jarrod Gingras discusses the ways organization can apply the 5 phases of design thinking in choosing the right tech, beginning with Phase 2: Design. Posted April 02, 2019

In part 1 of a 5-part series, Real Story Group's Jarrod Gingras discusses the ways organization can apply the 5 phases of design thinking in choosing the right tech, beginning with phase 1: Empathize. Posted March 26, 2019

Red Hat Global KM Lead Onkar Chandel discusses common scenarios where AI benefits knowledge managers in this clip from his presentation at KMWorld 2018. Posted March 19, 2019

The applications for cognitive computing and AI are numerous and heterogeneous. Among the more mature applications are virtual sales assistants and chatbots, which are already in use on many websites. Posted March 11, 2019

Especially when performed across the entire enterprise, knowledge mapping requires significant time and effort.However, there is simply no better way to align KM activities and investments with business needs. Posted March 11, 2019

Lucidworks CMO Vivek Sriram discusses the challenges and benefits of using AI to moving from a data-centric approach to a human-centric approach with immersive, assistive experiences. Posted March 11, 2019

The content services platform serves as a hub to ingest, manage, and distribute information. AI is expected to be an increasingly standard part of content services. Posted March 11, 2019

Today's knowledge management products and services offered by leading companies put a high priority on getting information to users when and where they need it, while also keeping it safe from unauthorized access. Many also include newer capabilities such as AI, machine learning, natural language processing, and digital assistants as well as choices of on-premise or cloud deployment—or a combination of both. Posted March 11, 2019
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