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October 2008, [Vol 17, Issue 9]


For the most part, Web 2.0 technologies have been the province of lay users experimenting with informal collaboration. But these tools are now proving useful for many business applications as well... Posted September 29, 2008

Web 2.0 promises to add value to enterprise content management, particularly in creating a more collaborative workplace... Posted September 29, 2008

Content flowing in and out of enterprise resource planning systems gets some help... Posted September 29, 2008

Knowledge management solutions are being used globally in the insurance industry—in both large companies and small—to simplify research for customer information, to better manage files and to ensure coverage for claims... Posted September 29, 2008

Posted September 29, 2008

Industry Watch

e-Discovery goes Big Blue Posted October 01, 2008

StoredIQ announces support Posted August 11, 2008

Xerox premiers DocuShare Express Posted October 23, 2008

Advancing knowledgebase performance Posted October 23, 2008

A meaningful platform Posted August 18, 2008

News Analysis

Maps have gone from stone to paper, and now from paper to pixels. The Internet has revolutionized the concept of a map—they're cheap (if not free) and easy to find online, and they are customizable. So not surprisingly, online maps and mapping services are among the most popular applications online. You can find a wide range of features and functions from Google, Microsoft and Yahoo... Posted September 29, 2008

Even software is going green these days... Posted September 29, 2008

Technology developed for one application frequently becomes more useful for something unexpected. It's called a freeloader in evolutionary psychology... Posted September 29, 2008

David Weinberger

We are very confused about the meaning of the word "information." And that's for two good reasons... Posted September 29, 2008

The Future of the Future

Posted September 29, 2008

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