June 2012 [Volume 21, Issue 6]
ECM: solutions for diverse content
The ultimate KM challenge: Healthcare informaticists work toward meaningful alerts at the point of care.
In healthcare, the kinds of alerts you create for patient safety deal with issues such as contra-indications about drug interactions, and the level of complexity is staggering....
Flexibility flourishes in the cloud
Cloud technology allows organizations to simplify their use of software and reduce IT staff, but perhaps more importantly, they can achieve greater agility and remove a non-core function...
Adaptive case management award finalists
The new era of social business
Social technology is coming into every organization—whether IT wants it or not.
Enterprise Content and Document Management Market Statement: AvePoint
Consumerizing IT, KM and Enterprise Search
Stephen Arnold waxes eloquent on the consumerization of IT, knowledge management, search and all other things "enterprise."
Personal KM: Pull & push with IFTTT
Why is the Web so funny?
Knowledge is serious business. People can spend their lives tweezing apart tiny micro-organisms or living in swamps swatting away mosquitoes and venom-dipped snakes in order to uncover a single fact. Few serious knowledge workers are in it for the money. Their sacrifices are real and are made in every aspect of human life: the social, economic, social, domestic. And not infrequently the consequences can save or fail to save lives.