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February 2006 [Volume 15, Issue 2]

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Features

An avian flu pandemic could infect 90 million people in the United States and kill 2 million, according to a study released in December by the Congressional Budget Office. The economic effects could be equally devastating, with a reduction of about $675 billion in the gross domestic product. Posted February 01, 2006

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) mirrors the goals of knowledge management in synthesizing information from disparate sources into a meaningful view. Posted February 01, 2006

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An SOA is a complicated, usually multiyear undertaking, so the tools required can be various indeed. Here’s a sampling of the kind of activities SOA tools need to address as well as general explanations of tool types. Posted February 01, 2006

Actual opinions vary on exactly what open source means, and how broad a category it defines. At its most basic, the definition is simple: It's software for which the source code is publicly available, free of charge. Posted February 01, 2006

Industry Watch

Coveo goes with Dragon AudioMining Posted February 01, 2006

Develop chemical information solution Posted February 01, 2006

Designed for small to midsize companies Posted February 01, 2006

Rubenstein Technology rolls out RubyContent Posted February 01, 2006

Contact Centers In-Line validated Posted February 01, 2006

Canto releases Cumulus Video Suite Posted February 01, 2006

Recommind launches latest version Posted February 01, 2006

Biz360 and Feedster partner Posted February 01, 2006

Vignette strengthens capabilities Posted February 01, 2006

News Analysis

As a result of the three-day New York City transit strike in December, the millions of commuters who regularly travel into Manhattan or throughout the five boroughs had to find an alternate means of transportation or an alternate workplace. Posted February 01, 2006

In spite of the ongoing efforts of vendors and user organizations, the management of non-structured data (content) continues to be a problem, with significant impact. Posted February 01, 2006

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David Weinberger

"There's always been information," said a member of an information architects mailing list I audit. I think that's probably not true, and it has implications for what we think our businesses are made out of. Posted February 01, 2006

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