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April 2014 [Volume 23, Issue 4]

Features

Search technology: a spectrum of options

A mainstay of knowledge management technology, search has been growing in sophistication at the enterprise level, but also still offers traditional products for keyword searching and desktop use.

State, local governments struggle to keep up with e-discovery requirements

KMWorld asked two experts, Matthew Nelson and Steve Marsh, who have helped public sector agencies with e-discovery implementations to discuss how government attorneys and IT leaders can work together to cope with the increasing volume of electronic data.

Big data: hype or transformation?

IDC predicts that the market for big data technology and services will hit $32.4 billion in 2017, nearly doubling the predicted size for 2015 and an impressive 10 times the size it was in 2010.

Organizations reap benefits from a knowledge-enhancing Web experience

Companies are using knowledge management to improve the Web experience of customers in life sciences, professional services, mortgage lending and a host of other industries.

News Analysis

How to integrate ECM with ERP

In this article, we explain how to successfully integrate enterprise content management (ECM) with enterprise resource planning (ERP), using accounts payable (AP) as an example.

Happy union: KM and the cloud?

Cloud computing and big data appear to be a new technology marriage made in heaven. For many organizations, the cloud and big data could crack the knowledge management problem.

COLUMNS:

David Weinberger

The future of books

Twice in the past two weeks I've felt compelled to say that I think books have no future....

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