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Looking to the future: 2022 KM outlook

The most drastic change KM has grappled with in the 2020s is the explosion of remote and hybrid work, which sparked an urgent need to enable virtual communication and critical information access.

KMWorld Sourcebook and Buyers' Guide
The KMWorld Sourcebook and Buyers' Guide assists IT and business decision makers as they continue to navigate the major technologies and trends shaping digital transformation today.

This unique publication features the KMWorld 2021 Knowledge Management Priority Survey including the impact of remote work, plans for technology adoption, and how future goals may be changing.


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The trouble with the world is not that people know too little; it's that they know so many things that just aren't so.

 

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Knowledge Management Case Studies

Wintershall Dea implements Ikon Science’s Curate

Curate helps companies accelerate exploration, minimize portfolio risk, and optimize production activities to achieve greater results while preserving capital and human resources for a stronger bottom line

Discovery taps AWS to power rollout of discovery+

As Discovery's preferred cloud provider, AWS powers the majority of the company's infrastructure needs to deliver its discovery+ on-demand streaming video service and other services for customers around the world

Panasonic chooses Box as its content collaboration platform

Box helps Panasonic accelerate digital transformation, improve access to information, and achieve new ways of working

Sun Life Deploys Privacera

Privacera's SaaS solution provides the financial services giant with centralized visibility of sensitive data and automated fine-grained access controls to secure information

Knowledge Management Opinions & Analysis

Thinking fast—and faster

If you're going to achieve consistent, effective high-speed decision making, it can't involve a protracted review by upper management.

Getting to the future of KM

AI can and does do a good job of assisting and even augmenting knowledge work, but our "to be" state should not take the human element—however flawed—from the work.

Why predict?

Predictions can be used to try to get to the bottom of something in the present. That's often the case with arguments aboutwhat the web will do to us and society.

The state of knowledge

The new norm is for us to learn in public and to share what we have learned.

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Knowledge Management: The Challenge; The Solve

How to Evaluate & Implement AI-Powered Knowledge Management

Search is More than Software

Seven Essentials for Search Success on Content Sites