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November/December 2007, [Vol 16, Issue 10]

Features

Everything is Miscellaneous

Longtime KMWorld columnist David Weinberger, a fellow at Harvard's Berkman Center, recently discussed his new book with Hugh McKellar, KMWorld editor in chief.

Text Analytics: on the trail of business intelligence

Business intelligence (BI) solutions have typically focused on analysis of quantitative data to measure and predict organizational performance. The analyses help drive decisions about staffing, R&D, marketing and other business activities. However, quantitative analyses do not always provide an indication of causality...

DAM with a video spin

Digital asset management (DAM) is one of the most dynamic areas of software today, with organizations increasingly seeing its value in reducing costs and producing revenue streams. "These software solutions are now considered ‘must have' products,"...

2007 KMWorld Promise and Reality Awards finalists

Selecting winners for these awards gets more difficult each year. When we handed out the first ones at the 2001 KMWorld conference, we received roughly 20 nominations for each category. The number of submissions has grown each year since then; we received more than 175 (both formal and informal) this year, and paring them down to these finalists was especially tough...

BI Market Positioning Statement

KMWorld 2007 Promise and Reality Awards finalists' showcase: Ernst & Young

KMWorld 2007 Promise and Reality Awards finalists' showcase: ISYS Search Software

KMWorld 2007 Promise and Reality Awards finalists' showcase: Unisys

KMWorld 2007 Promise and Reality Awards finalists' showcase: ZyLAB

News Analysis

A billion-mind economy

Competing in the global knowledge economy means that your organization must learn and innovate as fast as change in the marketplace.

Good and bad ways to go wrong

We all go wrong, and have done so literally since Adam, unless I'm wrong in thinking there was an Adam, or in assuming there's anything true of all of us, or if I got the meaning of "wrong" wrong.

Web 2.0 pressures IT, shows benefits

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