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Knowledge Management

Code Green unveils new appliance Posted February 01, 2007

Autonomy's new Meaning Analytics Warehouse Posted January 31, 2007

Information Builders introduces new tool Posted January 31, 2007

Posted January 31, 2007

Cataphora tackles very large collections Posted January 29, 2007

Take aim at key vertical markets Posted January 29, 2007

MicroStrategy adds visualization capabilities Posted January 29, 2007

Posted January 29, 2007

Solcara integrates ISYS indexing Posted January 24, 2007

Global 360 introduces G360 Case Manager 10.0 Posted January 24, 2007

Complete Documentum collaboration Posted January 22, 2007

Vamosa releases Content Migrator 2.9 Posted January 17, 2007

Inxight forms KM partnership Posted January 15, 2007

Cardiff integrates Autonomy technology Posted January 10, 2007

Full life cycle document solutions Posted January 10, 2007

New title from ITI Posted January 10, 2007

LexisNexis launches new site Posted January 08, 2007

New data presentation features Posted January 03, 2007

FAST search for TeamPage Posted January 03, 2007

Posted January 03, 2007

About 11 years ago, a group of us were starting to ask ourselves whether all this "information management stuff" might have a greater purpose than merely to store information in a file server somewhere. That maybe—just maybe—information could be applied to the type of work and to the level of decision-making taking place in business at such a famously accelerated pace. And in providing that information to the right person at the right time, the promise of a truly knowledge-based economy could be realized. In the 10 years since ImagingWorld became KMWorld magazine, we've tried to address the discipline (practice? theory? religion?) of knowledge management from each of its well-known constituent components—people, process, technology. Posted January 01, 2007

As one of the most knowledge-intensive "industries" around, the legal profession is perfectly suited for knowledge management. A global study by Curve Consulting (curveconsulting.com), which was referred to in our October 2006 issue (page 1), finds that while firms are quick to acknowledge KM's value to the practice of law, most have yet to embrace it on the business side. Posted January 01, 2007

Kofax unveils new suite Posted December 28, 2006

Open Text launches Livelink 10 Posted December 28, 2006

Adobe releases Reader 8 Posted December 11, 2006

Posted December 11, 2006

Managing customer information Posted December 05, 2006

New functionality for Word 2007 Posted December 05, 2006

EMC Documentum introduces OEM offerings Posted November 27, 2006

Endeca and Clarabridge partner Posted November 27, 2006

IBM teams with Apache and OASIS Posted November 15, 2006

Content life cycle management Posted November 15, 2006

Integrates with SharePoint 2007 Posted November 13, 2006

MindTouch offers new appliance Posted November 08, 2006

Posted November 08, 2006

Instranet releases CCIL 5.5 Posted November 06, 2006

A cool $440 million in cash Posted November 06, 2006

Manufacturing enterprises have placed a sustained focus on information management solutions to support and augment the design, development and production process. Posted November 01, 2006

Text extraction is a powerful tool to find and categorize elements in unstructured documents. These elements, or entities, are connected together to form the relationships, facts and events... Posted November 01, 2006

Publishing organizations have long recognized the value of migrating content to XML to attain the benefits of content reuse, reduced localization costs and single-source publishing.. Posted November 01, 2006

What is content management worth? That can be a philosophical question. If you ask a content author, you'll hear about the way content creation and review is made easier Posted November 01, 2006

If you can’t find it, you can’t manage it. Unfortunately, many executives have discovered this too late in the game—when they face regulatory compliance penalties, legal troubles or a corporate scandal. Posted November 01, 2006

What a Robot Really Want A small, two-legged robot stands atop a glass-topped coffee table. On its two dimensional world, it has to contend with a potted plant, an old TV Guide and several coffee cups.. Posted November 01, 2006

The Importance of Multiple Search Methodologies Enterprises face a difficult challenge when it comes to simultaneously improving the quality of customer service and reducing service costs. More products, growing product complexity and rapid change substantially increase the amounts of information... Posted November 01, 2006

Knowledge is power. Though said in the 16th century by author and philosopher, Sir Francis Bacon, the meaning of the phrase is even more applicable today as companies around the world are dealing with an overwhelming amount of data Posted November 01, 2006

Knowledge Management through Portals Many organizations today still struggle to get value from their knowledge management (KM) efforts. Even companies that have been benchmarked as the “best practice” can easily fall Posted November 01, 2006

Most customer service organizations today will admit that effective knowledge transfer is the most crucial element to resolving customer problems. Posted November 01, 2006

Search is strategic; however, the strategic potential of search is not captured by the act of acquiring a powerful search platform alone. Pioneering firms are now developing a new kind of management approach to help deliver maximum value across multiple search-driven applications: the “search center of excellence.” It is a structured approach, utilizing a focused cross-functional team, and it is emerging as a practical tool to drive search innovation and deliver high quality online experiences. Posted November 01, 2006
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