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March 2010 (100 Companies) [Volume 19, Issue 3]

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It's not that we should—or even can—shift our attention completely away from information. It's that we have failed to address meaning in the context of work... Posted March 01, 2010

To realize the potential of remote access to ECM, developers must design effective interfaces to applications that are responsive to the needs of workers on the go... Posted March 01, 2010

The growing availability of electronic medical records will lead to increased evidence-based medicine and smarter healthcare... Posted March 01, 2010

When we established our list of 100 Companies That Matter 10 years ago, "knowledge management" was just beginning to be a recognized term in the boardroom. KM is not now (nor will it ever likely be) a household word. Nor is it an application. It's an attitude, a commitment to excellence and innovation shared by the companies, large and small, on this list. A decade ago, a lot of vendors were so intoxicated by their technology that they tried to woo their customers with dazzling features, capabilities they thrust upon clients without fully understanding their legitimate needs. Now, in 2010, that's no longer true. The firms on this list are true solution providers that are dedicated to understanding what their customers need and delivering elegant technology for the requirements of the knowledge economy... Posted March 01, 2010

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Industry Watch

ECA made easy Posted March 01, 2010

News Analysis

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In the last half of 2009, Google operated like a medieval wool mill. The basic technology works, and the mill operators have been focusing on increasing production. But Google is a 21st century company. What few of its competitors and customers have realized is that Google is now in production mode... Posted March 01, 2010

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