KM takes over center stage
From the very beginning, KMWorld magazine has focused on bringing readers information on the best technology, best practices and best thinking, and I confess to sometimes assuming that all of today’s organizations are keeping up with the times, but I quickly realize that’s far from the truth.
Those shortcomings (and we all have stories about them) can be quickly remedied by, first, reading the past 10 years of KMWorld cover to cover and, second, spending Nov. 6 to 8 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose at KMWorld & Intranets 2007 (see show preview on page 19, and visit kmworld.com/kmw07). The event is produced by our parent company, Information Today, Inc. so we have a vested interest, but I honestly believe this year’s conference is especially compelling. The theme, KM 2.0: A New World for the Enterprise, addresses the critical issue of integrating knowledge into the business processes of every organization.
Plus, for the first time, The Enterprise Search Summit will visit the West Coast and will be co-located with KMWorld & Intranets, along with Taxonomy Boot Camp. The exhibit floor will showcase the most innovative and practical solution providers leading the way in the knowledge economy.