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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Web Event Coming February 24, 2009
The Sky's The Limit: Using Social Search to Deliver Web 2.0 to the Air Force
Listen as Randy Adkins, Director of the Air Force Center of Excellence for Knowledge Management, describes how he chose social search as an enabling technology - and how he was able to get the project funded. Jim Murphy, Research Director at AMR Research, and Rebecca Thompson, Vivisimo Vice President, will also provide valuable insight on Web 2.0, social search and collaboration.

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Breaking News KM In Practice
Quote of the Week
Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence.  — Robert Frost
  Breaking News

Advancing e-Discovery

Kazeon extends platform

Kazeon Systems has enhanced its in-house e-discovery platform for enterprise customers in the areas of e-discovery analysis, content analytics, first-pass review and in-house review capabilities.

Kazeon says its in-house and...

Continue Here: http://www.kmworld.com/Articles/News/News/Advancing-e-Discovery-52676.aspx

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SAS gets categorical

New offering powered by Teragram

SAS has begun shipping Content Categorizer, which is designed to meaningfully parse and analyze enterprise content for entities and events. The company adds the offering creates metadata to trigger...

Continue Here: http://www.kmworld.com/Articles/News/News/SAS-gets-categorical-52675.aspx

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Help for the life sciences

NextDocs upgrades regulatory capabilities

NextDocs has announced a significant upgrade to its Microsoft Office SharePoint Server-based software suite for life sciences companies. The company says Version 3.5 of the NextDocs Regulatory Document Management...

Continue Here: http://www.kmworld.com/Articles/News/News/Help-for-the-life-sciences-52674.aspx

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  KM In Practice

Women’s health site revamps CMS

A Web site dedicated to providing information about women’s health has implemented a new content management system (CMS) to enrich the site and make content more easily accessible. LifeScript...

Continue Here: http://www.kmworld.com/Articles/News/KM-In-Practice/Womens-health-site-revamps-CMS-52673.aspx

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Cognitive/AI-Powered Customer Service: Use-Cases and Real-World Examples

Cognitive/AI technologies for customer engagement are white hot. No wonder professionals, who had removed AI from their resumes, are scrambling to add it back in! As a pioneer in cognitive/AI solutions for customer service and engagement, eGain has not only developed cutting-edge technology but also proven use-cases and best practices over the last two decades. In this article, we discuss four use-cases that have already enabled blue-chip companies to transform—not just improve—customer service and engagement…

To read more of this Best Practices in Cognitive Computing White Paper article, Click Here.

KMWorld Web Events
Coming November 14, 2017
Deriving Knowledge Insights with Cognitive Computing
Cognitive Computing and machine learning have the ability to transform knowledge management in the enterprise. Join us for this roundtable webinar on using cognitive computing to re-imagine KM and what it can do for your organization.

Coming December 12, 2017
The Future of Enterprise Content Management
Good content management splays a pivotal role in an organization's ability to manage input and output of information, and can make the difference in whether the company understands its content value, or whether it's lost in the weeds. We will opt for the former, and find ways to help organizations reconstruct their ECM programs so that information does not go wasted.

KMWorld White Paper Series

***Coming in November/December 2017***

Best Practices in Knowledge Management

KNOW THIS: KNOWLEDGE IS ELUSIVE

Many knowledge management gurus will tell you that knowledge cannot be "managed," in the typical sense. Data can be managed. Information can be managed. But "knowledge" is in some kind of fourth dimension, outside of the reach of control.

Maybe it's a semantic argument. But there are plenty of people out there who are active knowledge managers--some with business cards that say so!--and spend their days managing their organizations' knowledge just fine, thank you very much.

But there IS a point to the pundits' argument: Knowledge is not easy to put your finger on. It's an ethereal thing; it's not simply data, and it's not simply "what's in people's heads" either. It's both. So to conduct knowledge management requires a deep understanding of the business AND the workers who walk in and walk out of your buildings every day.

The next KMWorld White Paper--"Best Practices in Knowledge Management"--will try to unravel that knot. 

To participate in this White Paper opportunity, contact:

LaShawn Fugate
lashawn@infotoday.com   
(859) 278-2223 x 104 

Mobile Workforce [September/October 2017]

Cognitive Computing [September/October 2017]

Information Governance [September/October 2017]

Protecting Sensitive and Private Content [July/August 2017]

Cognitive Search [July/August 2017]

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