October 2006, [Vol 15, Issue 9]
Intelligent data capture: a trend only beginning Part 2
Part one of this article (KMWorld July/August 2006) covered key trends and some leading firms in the intelligent data capture (IDC) marketplace...
Compliance: the hazards of e-mail
Why is the e-mail part of compliance such a headache?
Compliance: process and content
Compliance with laws such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act HIPAA) entails both process and content. Information must be seen and validated by specific individuals, and controls must be set up, which implies a workflow, whether automated or manual.
Some insurers see their data from new perspective
Insurance Market Sourcebook: KANA
Insurance Market Sourcebook: KNOVA
Regulatory Compliance and Corporate Governance Product Showcase: Exsys
Regulatory Compliance and Corporate Governance Product Showcase: TOWER Software
Metadata and understanding
The solution to information overload is more information ... so long as that more information is metadata. We didn't drown in information the way the info fear mongers predicted in the early 1990s because the information...
Is it growth or consolidation?
IBM has announced its intention to acquire FileNet by year-end for approximately $1.6 billion in cash or about $35 per share. What does this mean to the enterprise content management (ECM) industry?...
Business and practice: KM and the law
As one of the most knowledge-intensive "industries" around, the legal profession is perfectly suited for knowledge management.
The Future of the Future
The Future of the Future: Building the enterprise of the future: a framework for transformation