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March 2014 (100 Companies) [Vol 23, Issue 3]

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Access Innovations, Inc., Jay Van Eman CEO, Marjorie Hlava, President: View From the Top

Bamboo Solutions, Anders Johnsson, Chairman of the Board: View From the Top

BP Logix, Jay O'Brien, CEO: View From the Top

Verint Systems, Elan Moriah, President, Verint® Enterprise Intelligence Solutions™,
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AccessData Group Inc., Craig Carpenter, Chief Cybersecurity Strategist: View From the Top

Accusoft, Jack Berlin, Founder, President & CEO: View From the Top

Earley & Associates, Seth Earley CEO: View From the Top

Empolis, Dr. Stefan Wess, CEO, Empolis Information Management GmbH:
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FTI Technology, Seth Rierson, Global Practice Leader: View From the Top

INTERNEER, INC., Romeo Elias President and CEO: View From the Top

kCura, Andrew Sieja CEO: View From the Top

MetaVis Technologies, Steven Pogrebivsky CEO: View From the Top

Mindbreeze, Daniel Fallmann, Founder & CEO:
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Noetix Corporation, Doug Moore, President: View From the Top

PPC, Harry Thornsvard President & CEO: View From the Top

Rivet Logic, Mike Vertal President & CEO: View From the Top

Features

Video instant messaging: a misunderstood KM disrupter

Due to ever-falling costs, high-availability data connections, smart mobile devices and the growth of cloud computing, knowledge management and enterprise collaboration in general are undergoing something of a rebirth.

The complex dynamics of compliance with privacy regulations

"You should know not just how you are protecting personal information but also why you are collecting it in the first place."

Bridging context and best practice

Those who accept that the tool cannot "do the whole job" realize the KM manager's special challenge is to identify the dimensions of best practice that continue to lie beyond the tool's grasp. It is to discover and manage the bridge between the fully known procedures of IT operations and the skills necessary to deal with the ever-surprising uncertainty and ambiguity of real practice.

Life sciences: the quest for innovation through collaboration

"Since a lot of research is conducted outside of pharmaceutical firms, a globalized approach is required. Extremely collaborative networks are needed."

KMWorld 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management

The list is intended to spark a larger discussion of knowledge management. We're always on the lookout for groundbreaking solutions or notable modifications to existing ones. And, throughout the year, the organizations and products we find most interesting will be showcased in our magazine and on our site, kmworld.com

News Analysis

Video metadata: ripe for innovation

Video is a content type that has increasing importance in the enterprise.

KM strategy bears fruit in Russia

COLUMNS:

David Weinberger

Moving beyond credentials

Expertise now extends beyond the individual experts. It occurs within networks of conversation. Networked expertise enables us to extend knowledge far beyond the brains and books of individuals....

The Future of the Future

Taking the enterprise of the future to the next level

When we began our journey in search of the enterprise of the future eight years ago, one of the first things we did was build the four-pillar framework, which has pretty much held to this day. The four pillars are: new business ecosystems and strategies (leadership); new organizational designs (organization); new living, working and learning environments (learning); and technology infrastructure nexus (technology).

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