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The winners of the KM Promise and the KM Reality awards will be formally announced on Nov. 2 at the 2011 KMWorld Conference at Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C... Posted October 29, 2011

"Many companies are placing a big bet on collaboration to support their business activities. In particular, the workplace is moving toward one in which many business applications are integrated through collaboration and exposed through the social layer."... Posted October 29, 2011

CenterBeam 365+ extends Office 365 Posted October 19, 2011

SharePoint (SP) provides for collaboration, document management, workflow, business intelligence and more. With this range of capabilities, CIOs must determine which components to deploy and how to do so. Most critically, CIOs must decide whether SP is just a team tool or part of a larger enterprise content management (ECM) strategy with the implications of cross-organization findability, policy compliance and governance. . . . Posted October 16, 2011

Social computing has fundamentally changed the way people share and consume information—ultimately boosting productivity and innovation. Through the use of Microsoft SharePoint and social technologies, business conversations are now occurring in transparent work streams, enabling connections and dialogues to happen more expediently—and in some cases to occur under serendipitous circumstances that might never have occurred. . . . Posted October 16, 2011

Of closets and stores... In the words of a leading analyst I talked to recently, content management is a bit like an organized information closet. It provides a way to create and store documents, HTML pages and other types of content. It includes things like version tracking and approval processes. It tags and classifies information, often grouping knowledge by domain. All in all, it provides a cost-effective way to create and organize information. . . . Posted October 16, 2011

My trip up the learning curve for SharePoint is practically Sisyphean. Every time I think I've got my head wrapped around it, I find out... not quite, buster. Not the using of SharePoint—that's easy as pie. It's everything else that my former boss would have called "the surround stuff". . . . Posted October 16, 2011

QlikTech announces QlikView 11 Posted October 12, 2011

Lagan unveils new suite which helps customers to harness the power of the many smart phone, Web and social media applications.. Posted October 12, 2011

Cloud-scale performance, social publishing, new UI Posted October 11, 2011

Idera software upgrade Posted October 03, 2011

MetaVis announces new solution Posted September 28, 2011

Solution to increase productive and competitive advantage Posted September 26, 2011

Percussion releases CM1 Version 2 Posted September 09, 2011

Also unveils new SharePoint API Posted September 07, 2011

Ensim enhances its SharePoint Manager Posted September 05, 2011

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Agentless offering simplifies administration Posted August 10, 2011

New capabilities to Spaces by Moxie integrated suite Posted August 08, 2011

Central repository for the social content Posted August 02, 2011

Blending knowledge management with social tools Posted July 29, 2011

Celebrating KM Promise and KM Reality Posted July 28, 2011

Alfresco announces Alfresco Team Posted July 11, 2011

MetaVis boasts ease for any version of SharePoint Posted June 29, 2011

Traction and Attivio team up for the enterprise Posted June 22, 2011

Adobe unveils Digital Enterprise Platform Posted June 20, 2011

Acquia releases Drupal Commons 1.6 Posted June 06, 2011

"The best way for people to share knowledge and be creative is by working closely in a community environment, so we wanted a solution that brought people together..." Posted May 28, 2011

Global 360 enhances its persona-based business process management suite... Posted May 28, 2011

Information Manager from MetaVis Posted May 25, 2011

Valuable business knowledge outside of documents is increasing. Twitter users generate 90 million tweets per day. An estimated 210 billion email messages are being sent every day. Information is changing from big, formal, thick documents to small, informal and voluminous communications (emails, IMs, tweets, comments). Instead of feeding information updates to a master document. . . . Posted May 17, 2011

Social business is no longer a nice to have, but is now a business imperative to improve customer communication and engagement, build loyal partner networks and improve internal collaboration. We have been blogging, tweeting, connecting and collaborating online for years, but now it's not just for personal use. The growth in social business can be measured by the amount being spent. . . . Posted May 17, 2011

Unless you've been living off the grid in a cave, you've experienced how social networking and social media have penetrated our society. But if your organization is like most others, you're still wondering how best to bring social media inside the firewall—whether it is crowdsourcing, microblogs, self-organizing virtual teams or other hyper-connected, always-on. . . . Posted May 17, 2011

Social software has become an important aspect of how we conduct business in today's world. The consumerization of IT has driven enterprises to redefine how they think about information management, control and governance in order to deal with social technologies. Furthermore, organizations today have become more collaborative in their daily operations in order to better facilitate. . . . Posted May 17, 2011

Community-based knowledge creation for customer service is not that new. However, enabled by the ubiquity and ease of use of the Web and the availability of social networking tools, it has gone to a whole new level, leading to the coinage of the term "social knowledge." While more prevalent in B2C sectors, social knowledge is also starting to matter in B2B sectors. . . . Posted May 17, 2011

When the traditional business hierarchy works, it's a beautiful thing. The chain of command endures and evolves for good reasons of order and accountability. And although the hierarchical organization has stood the test of time, it is not perfect. Social networks, social media and even social commerce have exposed some of its weaknesses and fundamentally changed expectations. . . . Posted May 17, 2011

Facebook, Twitter, blogs, communities, live casting, listening platforms and countless other communication vehicles have worked their way into the conversation-and processes-of business over recent years. From the onset, organizations realized that they needed to do something with this stuff called social media but many struggled (and still do) to figure out what "it" is. . . . Posted May 17, 2011

As anyone who reads these articles regularly knows, I came late to the party when it comes to business social networking. Or social business. Or social networking for business. (We really need to standardize on a term for it.) I can remember writing in these very pages that I thought, in so many words, that social software was too lightweight for serious business application, and was potentially a losing proposition. . . . Posted May 17, 2011

Dashboards for action tracking, project/case management Posted May 16, 2011

Acquires Springboard Research Posted May 16, 2011

Global 360 to enhance its persona-based BPM suite Posted April 27, 2011

Axceler updates its administration product Posted April 11, 2011

Further mobilizing the Web Posted April 11, 2011

IBM unveils Coremetrics Social Posted April 04, 2011

Adds social media monitoring Posted April 04, 2011

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