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The High Performance Information Workplace: How Social Computing, Team Collaboration, and Enterprise Content Management Drive Competitive Advantage

The rapid adoption of social computing has created opportunities for enterprises to improve their competitive positions in today's knowledge economy. This white paper reviews how utilizing an integrated approach to incorporating content from collaborative sources can reduce business and IT risks and costs.

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Breaking News KM In Practice
Quote of the Week
He who has more knowledge than judgement is made for another man's use more than his own.  — William Penn
  Breaking News

WCM for (editorial) dummies

Nstein introduces WCM 4.0

Nstein Technologies has released WCM 4.0, a robust digital publishing solution for newspapers, magazines and online content providers. The new version is designed to increase editorial productivity by providing...

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Dow Jones Media, Access Innovations partner

Joint marketing for information management

The Dow Jones Media Group and Access Innovations have announced a joint marketing agreement to blend machine automated indexing and thesaurus tools for a robust indexing solution.


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Subscription-based BI

Kalido offers new services

Kalido has introduced a new subscription-based offering of the Kalido Information Engine that delivers deep business intelligence infrastructure to midsize companies. The more manageable cost structure will allow the...

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  KM In Practice

Kenya Airways streamlines business processes

Kenya Airways has deployed Oracle's E-Business Suite to manage its business processes more efficiently and to gain competitive edge.

The airline is using the solution to streamline its...

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Improving Search and Decision-Making with Semantics

We've all heard about how Google's proverbially simple search form has led professionals to expect similar simplicity from search solutions provided by corporate IT. Except this model doesn't really work, and it's costing millions of dollars every year in time wasted when professionals don't find, and have to re-create, key information…

To read more of this Best Practices in Intelligent Search White Paper article, Click Here.

KMWorld Web Events
Coming November 08, 2016
Enabling Success with Customer Experience Management
Managing the customer experience: It's where your customer touchpoints meet your operations. And it's getting more complex. Today, knowledge management is an essential component of omnichannel customer engagement. You need to leverage the knowledge gained from customer feedback for taking tactical action and guiding strategic decision making.

Coming November 15, 2016
What Cloud Solutions Can Most Affect Your Enterprise
The SaaS model has already changed into a myriad self-serve models and continues to morph as the cloud allows increased access to employees and customers for business and consumer attraction. There is now little doubt that cloud services and solutions can really be trusted to deliver many of the same capabilities, security, and service levels as those delivered by traditional IT. But where does the cloud fit into your organization?

Coming December 06, 2016
The Future of Content Management
Content management will always play a pivotal role in an organization's ability to manage input and output of information. It can make the difference in whether the company understands its content value, or loses it in the weeds. We will opt for the former, and find ways to help organizations construct their content management programs so that information does not go wasted.

KMWorld White Paper Series

***Coming in January 2017***
Best Practices in BPM & Case Management

The Case for Case Management

By now we've all become familiar with BPM--business process management. It started with simple workflows for transactional processes, then graduated to a more intense management environment that addressed more complex business procedures. But it was always just that: procedure management. The daily in and out of doing the same thing over and over? just in a better way. 

Not a bad thing. Still works today.

But we've moved it up a notch. Where BPM was focused on repeatable transactions and processes, the emerging case management trend is intended to address all the unpredictable events that happen every day in business. As BPM "suites" grow to adapt to these elusive changes in the environment, a new category of products has emerged. 

We call it Case and Business Process Management.

Does that sound like your marketplace? It should, if you want to move forward into this next era of business automation. You can make your mark on this market by participating in the next KMWorld White Paper ?"Best Practices in BPM and Case Management."

And you can do that by contacting:

Kathy Rogals


Cognitive Computing [October 2016]

Information Governance [September 2016]

Intelligent Search [July/August 2016]

Cloud Computing for the Enterprise [July/August 2016]

Enhancing SharePoint [June 2016]

KMWorld Buyers' Guide

The only comprehensive sourcebook, in print and on the Web, to solutions in:

  • Content and Document Management
  • Social Networking and Collaboration
  • Records Management and Compliance
  • E-Discovery
  • Business Process Management
  • Business and Competitive Intelligence
  • Customer Relationship Management

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 ESS Call for Speakers

Call for Speakers
Enterprise Search Summit 2009: Enabling Information Access

Proposals are now being accepted for the Enterprise Search Summit West 2009, which will be held May 12-13 in New York (pre-conference sessions May 11). The deadline for submitting proposals is November 10, 2008.

Search can no longer be viewed as a stand-alone application. It is increasingly part of everything we do and has become the de facto gateway to information in the enterprise. This year’s Summit will examine the ways to leverage search tools, information architecture, classification, and other strategies and technologies to enable information access. We seek dynamic speakers who can talk knowledgeably about detailed aspects of how to implement and maximize search within an organization.  Proposals should be submitted at by November 10, 2008.