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Business Intelligence
Business intelligence transforms data into insights. By combining data analysis, data visualization, analytics, data mining, and other data tools, BI takes raw data and turns it into actionable information to help organizations make smart and informed decisions for the future. See below for the latest business intelligence news, trends, and solutions.
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Looking to the future: 2021 Insight

KM teams should focus not just on pushing new technology but also on how they can better support foundational capabilities such as collaboration and expertise location in the digital workplace.

Graph databases team up with BI: It’s all about relationships

BI software, which is widely used and deeply embedded in many enterprises, can be enhanced bygraph databases that focus on connections.

Information governance 101: The regulatory compliance survival kit

Mapping data's flow throughout the enterprise is pivotal for securing information assets since it allows organizations to consider what they're trying to protect and what that requires.

Six ways KM supports organizations in the COVID-19 era

At some organizations, COVID-19 has driven a push to leverage certain knowledge-sharing tools more broadly than before.

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Achieving a unified view for business without coding

The chief advantage of using a common data model method for business users is the codeless means by which they can define their own business logic

Knowledge management in 2021: KM enters a new stage

The knowledge graph stage emerged in full at KMWorld Connect 2020

Translating the voice of your customer (VoC) into business intelligence

Most organizations know that there are disconnects and mistakes that occur among their customer service teams that directly correlate to poor business performance

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

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Data is never just data

As with all tools, data has uses because of complex contexts that include other objects, physics, social norms, social institutions, and human intentions.

A limit to business intelligence?

The extent to which businesses protect their data assets is the extent to which business is limiting its own intelligence.

Knowledge Management Whitepapers

A Blueprint for Transforming Paper-Intensive Processes

Integrated Information Management Roadmap

Playbook for Responding to Pandemic-Related Records: A Methodology for Analysis & Ingestion of New Record Types

Five Considerations for Your Digitization Plan

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