Knowledge management and the impact of COVID-19
As the U.S. and countries around the world begin to ease—or at least think about easing—restrictions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, executives at leading knowledge management software and services organizations are reflecting on the lasting impact we can expect. Greater use of cloud services, accelerated digital transformation, a need for the latest and greatest technology, and a generally stronger appreciation for knowledge management are among the key changes being seen.
Knowledge management and the new normal
James Carroll, partner and director at TetraVX, and Kevin Beasley, CIO at VAI, explain the importance of security and privacy safeguards in the new COVID-19 WFH world
David Weinberger's new book, Everyday Chaos, is honored with Axiom Award
When you try to develop a machine learning application that affects people, you quickly learn that fairness is far more complex than we usually think, and also that fairness almost always requires us to make difficult trade-offs
Choosing the right CMS
The easiest way for marketers to create a unified communications strategy is by using a content management system
Observations on KMWorld 2019
At KMWorld 2019, three themes emerged with much greater emphasis than in previous years
How safe is your data in the cloud?
It's important not to immediately dive into using any cloud service without investigating what type of security measures are built into the platform.
Why data quality matters to any industry
Since bad data can adversely affect the business, it is crucial to learn proactive measures to combat and treat it at its source
Next in Data Privacy Compliance: The California Consumer Privacy Act
Compliance with new U.S. data privacy laws requires the right information management strategy
To ISO or not to ISO? What you need to know about the new knowledge management standard: ISO 30401
Three key takeaways about the new ISO 30401
7 reasons to buy, not build, your document processing platform
Some organizations are still undecided about whether they should build or buy an off-the-shelf solution, so here are the seven key issues to consider
How e-discovery requirements are changing: 5 questions with Relativity CTO Keith Carlson
Keith Carlson, Relativity's new CTO, recently reflected on the role of unstructured data, changing views about data privacy, and how the e-discovery space is evolving
Why your DAM Needs an Asset Librarian
Across industries, from media and manufacturing to oil exploration and law, businesses have requirements that librarians are best suited to meet. Organizations want employees, authorized third parties and clients to easily access corporate assets (e.g., media, documents, designs, graphics, etc.) through a DAM system. Making that happen requires knowing how to sort and classify content, create, manage and govern metadata and construct workflows.
When Data Standards Fail to Standardize Exchange: A Close Look at the Unique Challenges in Today’s Healthcare Data Standards
While the industry grapples with how to create a standard that provides more stable data exchange than the current ones, there are solutions out there today that software vendors can leverage to reduce the pain.
Digitally Transforming in a Regulated Industry: How You Can and Why You Should
No organization is exempt from the increasing pressure to innovate and digitally transform its processes. The taxi industry, for example, learned this the hard way.Ridesharing startup apps like Uber and Lyft rose up seemingly overnight, flouting any regulations while state and local governments rushed to create them. The regulations did eventually come for the apps, but it was too late for taxis - consumer behavior was the changed for good. Now, urban-dwellers want to order rides from their phones and skip the manual payment process altogether, something taxis never were and still aren't equipped to offer.
Six Industries Benefiting from Blockchain Technology
After thousands of proof-of-concepts, blockchain technology has evolved from concept to reality. Organizations are now more confident taking their first steps on their adoption journey, and in turn, it is expected to make a significant impact on the economy. According to a World Economic Forum survey report, 10% of global domestic product (GDP) will be stored on blockchain technology by 2027. Benefits like decentralization, transparency, trust, immutability, high availability and security are much appreciated and have long been expected by many industries, especially those that deal with data and transactions.
Three advances in AI and ML: From Awareness to Action and Decision
The possibilities of AI and ML are numerous—we are already witnessing some of its disruptive potential through personalized healthcare, weather predictions, inventory management, smart city design and more. There is one constant that will accelerate these advancements in AI further—the desire to create machines that are domain fungible with the ability to self-learn.
Intelligent Capture Drives AI ROI
By leveraging data more effectively, organizations can better deploy AI applications to compete in future markets.
Does Block Chain Fit into ECM?
One thing block chain is doing is inspiring innovation. The technology, along with new capabilities coming down the pipe, will do much to strengthen the ECM platform, ensuring its place in the enterprise armory for years to come.
How Can Top Management Play a More Active Role in KM?
Video commentary on executive management's role in knowledge management by Nancy Dickson, President, Common Knowledge Associates, at the KMWorld 2015 conference.
Challenges of Change Management
Video commentary by Steve Barth, Senior Consultant, Hitachi Consultant, at the KMWorld 2015 conference.