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May 2006, [Vol 15, Issue 5]


Many IT professionals and Webmasters expect search to be baked into their existing applications. What’s delivered is a search soufflé that disappoints. 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

The first part of this article, which appeared in KMWorld last month, described how such trends as growing e-mail volumes and increased regulatory and legal pressures have transformed the e-mail management marketplace from niche to core component in organizations today. This month we’ll review additional leading players in the booming marketplace. Posted May 01, 2006

Along with the majors, niche players are perfecting SOA tools. Here’s a sampling from some of the better-known players. Posted April 26, 2006

The records management (RM) market is projected to grow at a robust 25 percent per year over the next five years... Posted April 26, 2006

Industry Watch

Endeca unveils the Information Access Platform Posted April 26, 2006

Stellent introduces Universal Records and Retention Management Posted April 26, 2006

News Analysis

[Editor's note: The first part of this article, "The $60 Billion Challenge," appeared in the April 2006 KMWorld.] Posted April 26, 2006

Posted April 26, 2006

Posted April 26, 2006

David Weinberger

Posted April 26, 2006

The Future of the Future

Editor's note: This is the first in a regular column addressing The Enterprise of the Future (EOF), a research and services initiative within The George Washington University Institute for Knowledge and Innovation (, which is seeking to help organizations learn and innovate at the speed of change. E-mail Posted April 26, 2006

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