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September 2010, Trend-Setting Products 2010 [Volume 19, Issue 8]

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Records management officials in federal agencies fight an ongoing battle for IT resources and money to hire staff and contractors to identify and schedule records disposition and training. Until recently, it was unclear how much progress agencies were making toward meeting their statutory requirements to manage the records necessary to meet their business needs, ensure government accountability and preserve historically valuable records for future generations... Posted September 01, 2010

Partnerships between public and private sectors improve the range of services available to citizens and make efficient use of resources. About 200,000 people leave the military each year, and many face difficulties when transitioning back to civilian life. They may have medical or housing needs, or require job training to become employable. Each branch of the military provides resources to assist with the transition, but they may not encompass all the services military personnel require to experience a successful transition... Posted September 01, 2010

Many well established business intelligence (BI) solutions are available and new ones are emerging. For a variety of reasons, the best match for a customer at one time may not be the same at a later time. Cost considerations and performance are two of the primary reasons why an organization that is using BI may make a change... Posted September 01, 2010

In the adoption of SharePoint, a four-stage maturity model is a great way to determine where knowledge gaps exist, what facets require additional education and how to help people expand their use of SharePoint... Posted September 01, 2010

Just as in the past, assembling the Trend-Setting Products list is a collaborative effort with colleagues, market and technology analysts, KM theoreticians and practitioners, customers and a select few savvy users in a variety of disciplines... Posted September 01, 2010

Business intelligence (BI) tools are the technology behind your ability to analyze vast amounts of transactional data to interpret trends in business activity. They usually deliver this information in a friendly visual way—charts, graphs—often in a number of side-by-side views called "dashboards." Here's a sampling of current BI tools... Posted September 01, 2010

News Analysis

Posted September 01, 2010

David Weinberger

We have a very clear idea of what knowledge looks like in this culture, especially at its high end. At its low end, the picture gets fuzzy... Posted September 01, 2010

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