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July/August 2007, [Vol 16, Issue 7]

Features

Speaking in tongues: Foreign language KM Technologies

Recently, I was listening to a show on NPR about the current U.S. reconstruction efforts in Iraq and all the problems they’ve had, ranging from understanding the language to finding locations on a map. That got me thinking about the great foreign language support tools that I’ve worked with over the past six years.

Taking Control of the e-discovery process

Without good planning, organizations may not be ready for the challenges of the e-discovery process. Among those difficulties are the huge quantities of electronic data, the myriad formats in which the data is stored, and the requirements in the amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) to produce any documents that are “reasonably accessible.”

Multichannel data capture matures

Data capture is steadily becoming more intelligent and flexible, and customers are enjoying substantial productivity enhancements from the technology improvements. In particular, invoice recognition and handwriting recognition have both taken off, benefiting from today’s more sophisticated software.

Whether by air, rail or highway, transportation gets a boost from KM

Transportation companies are relying on knowledge management to track fleets, maximize revenues and reduce operating costs, as well as to gain other benefits.

Document Capture Product Roundup: Brainware, Inc.

Document Capture Product Roundup: Microsoft Corporation

News Analysis

Business Objects gains Inxight

Innovation Strategy: Toss old rules

Whose fault is it, anyway?

COLUMNS:

David Weinberger

Unclear and indistinct ... and uncertain

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