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Democratizing software development with no code/low code

By enabling greater productivity and accelerated software development timelines, no code/low code is on the rise.

KMWorld 2023 sees a sea change

Most of the papers presented at the 2023 conference did not report on what had changed. Instead, they assumed and predicted that there would be substantial change.

Microsoft’s Copilot: A force multiplier for KM

Generative AI (GenAI) applications will increasingly transform organizations' IT platforms. Companies of any size that opt to create robust apps on their own, however, are in for a protracted, complex, and expensive experience.There's a better way: Buy into what I call a GenAI ecosystem from a vendor in whose tech you are already invested. These ecosystems are comprised of the sum of services customers mostly need to build and launch robust apps.

KM and AI: Experts look at what lies ahead for 2024

AI and dreams of its potential rocked this past year as companies moved quickly to embed and offer their own version of chat assistants, predictive and generative AI, and more

Avoiding the wrath of illegal data

To mitigate the risks associated with illegal data, organizations need to implement data governance policies and procedures to ensure that all data is properly documented, stored, and maintained.

Knowledge management experts provide KM predictions for 2023

Several KM leaders offer predictions for the space in 2023

Why reducing review time can revolutionize enterprise content search

Leveraging this finding of the brain's superior ability to recognize patterns, a next-generation viewer uses three progressive panels to display search results and document pages as visual thumbnails

Why SaaS visibility matters

With the increase of decentralized workplaces and remote and hybrid work models, SaaS has overtaken on-premises apps and become critical to any company's success

5 Knowledge graph insights from KMWorld Connect 2021

Knowledge graphs continue to make a splash in the KM space

Equipping your remote workforce for success during the pandemic—and beyond

It's clear the pandemic has brought on the need to rethink how knowledge management should best be addressed in a WFH world

Fundamentals of modern knowledge management

The answer to the problem of digital fragility lies in knowledge centralization

Overcoming a key roadblock to digital transformation

To truly take advantage of digital transformation organizations must adopt new approaches to "records management" and a new notion of what information really means to the organization.

Visibility is key to securing an ethical future for AI and machine learning

Visibility for AI and machine learning is an essential feature for avoiding bias, and building and maintaining trust in the technology

Why the voice of the customer is more important than ever

While most voice of the customer metrics have traditionally been viewed in aggregate, the shift toward gathering individual voice of the customer data is underway

Leveraging technology to supercharge customer content

Four strategies to consider for keeping a steady flow of content that consistently meets each customer's unique interests

Knowledge management and the impact of COVID-19

Executives at leading knowledge management software and services organizations are reflecting on the lasting impact we can expect

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

Creating an intelligent automation toolkit

When deployed separately, robotic process automation and digital process automation technologies add immense business value, but when they are strategically combined, an entirely new level of business optimization is possible

The 'Interaction of Things' is coming of age

IoT devices are starting to impact the personal lives of consumers, but the part of the economy likely to be most affected in the 2020s will be the industrial sector

Proven strategies to manage a work-from-home workforce

The business world has evolved in recent years as more companies have opted for an increasingly distributed and mobile workforce through the widespread adoption of collaboration and conferencing technologies