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Knowledge Management

Select Trend-Setting Products Posted August 23, 2006

Posted August 23, 2006

If you are a user of KM software, chances are that a third party implemented your system, not the software vendor. Posted August 23, 2006

In the past decade, a new and unprecedented challenge for companies of all sizes has arisen, one that may very well mean life or death for a particular organization. That challenge is finding a way to successfully capture and communicate the knowledge within it. Posted August 23, 2006

BEA acquires Flashline Posted August 23, 2006

WebMethods adds metadata management Posted August 21, 2006

Fiorano enhances Service Pack Posted August 21, 2006

GoToWebinar from Citrix Online Posted August 16, 2006

All cash, $1.6 billion Posted August 10, 2006

Platform upgrade from Contextware Posted August 09, 2006

Acquisition boosts capabilities Posted August 09, 2006

All-cash deal for $489 million Posted August 09, 2006

Documentum delivers two complementary solutions Posted August 07, 2006

Posted August 07, 2006

QL2 and TEMIS partner Posted August 02, 2006

Enterprise 2.0 from KnowNow Posted July 31, 2006

InQuira 7.3 starts making a mark Posted July 19, 2006

BEA launches WebLogic 9.2 Posted July 17, 2006

HyperOffice develops Exchange alternative Posted July 17, 2006

LexisNexis delivers tools for small firms Posted July 10, 2006

Law firms have lots of choices when it comes to software; dozens of programs are available for such functions as case management, practice management, document assembly and trial presentation. Those popular products often are a great match for a law firm's needs. However, sometimes a solution based on a generic KM platform, rather than a dedicated legal product, works best. Posted July 07, 2006

Posted July 07, 2006

NLP solution from Teragram Posted July 05, 2006

New offering from Thomson Posted July 05, 2006

New solutions from Ultimus Posted July 05, 2006

Posted July 05, 2006

Metastorm offers BPM connectors Posted June 28, 2006

Inxight releases Version 5.0 Posted June 28, 2006

Percussion introduces Rhythmyx 6 Posted June 28, 2006

X1 adds connectors Posted June 21, 2006

FAST InStream for Data Classification Posted June 21, 2006

NewsGator offers new platform Posted June 14, 2006

Plateau Systems develops new solution Posted June 14, 2006

Exsys upgrades Corvid Posted June 12, 2006

Mindjet extends visual mapping Posted June 12, 2006

Nervana Discovery 3.0 Posted June 07, 2006

All-cash deal worth $465 million Posted June 07, 2006

Inxight introduces Search Extender Posted May 31, 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

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

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

Stellent announces Site Studio Posted May 22, 2006

JBoss enhances open source platform Posted May 10, 2006

PersonalBrain 3.0 Posted May 10, 2006

Autonomy announces enhancements Posted May 08, 2006

Tririga unveils new version Posted May 08, 2006

Posted May 08, 2006

PensEra enhances TimeKM mobile Posted May 01, 2006

[Editor's note: The first part of this article, "The $60 Billion Challenge," appeared in the April 2006 KMWorld.] 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
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