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September 2013, Trend-Setting Products 2013 [Volume 22, Issue 8]

Features

KPI: Leveraging corporate data with key performance indicators

"In this age of social media, if people get upset about something a company does, they can easily tell everyone in a very public way."

Is the new open data directive transformative, or will bureaucratic inertia win out?

The policy requires federal agencies to create an enterprise data inventory and a public listing of that inventory.

KM software tailored for government

"We keep customers moving forward but don't force them to adopt the most recent versions of software."

KMWORLD Trend-Setting Products of 2013

The common thread running through all the products listed here is the unique value—and potential value—they offer the organization, its workers and their various constituencies.

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: ABBYY: FineReader 11

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: Access Innovations, Inc: M.A.I.TM (Machine Aided Indexer)

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: Bamboo Solutions: Bamboo Project Management Central™

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: Code42: CrashPlan

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: Empolis: Smart Diagnostics

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: FTI Consulting: RINGTAIL®

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: SDL: Tridion 2013

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: Accusoft: Prizm Content Connect

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: ASG: CloudFactory

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: Bridgeline Digital: iAPPS 5.0

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: Crafter Software: Crafter CMS

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: kCura: Relativity 8

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: Mindbreeze: InSite

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: Noetix: Generator for QlikView

Trend-Setting Products of 2013: Search Technologies: Aspire

News Analysis

A content technology roadmap

Today, the most pressing challenge for organizations trying to implement the emerging "systems of engagement" technologies-mobile, social media, cloud, SaaS—is how to get there from here....

Analytics: unlocking insights

In the present big data environment, analytics is the only way to try to make sense of the volumes of digital information available.

COLUMNS:

David Weinberger

What the Web hides from us

The Net hides our physical being. Online all we get are some words or images. Worse, frequently those words and images have no context beyond themselves. When you are with someone in physical space, you cannot avoid the fact that the person is a complete being who is literally coming from somewhere and will be going somewhere else.

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