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May/June 2019 [Volume 28, Issue 3]

Features

Information governance: Managing complexity

The global market for information governance is expected to grow by more than 20% per year over the next 5 years, reaching $3.62 billion by 2023.

Three trends shaping the direction of KM in 2019

Agile—a project management approach that stresses iteration, collaboration, and customer centricity—tops the list of innovations shaping KM programs.

Business intelligence tomorrow… and what it means for today

By unifying all aspects of data management for expedient, trustworthy access to data in a single platform, BI empowers much more than analytics.

Healthcare: The importance of making connections

Only a minority of healthcare companies have a solution for using unstructured clinical information contained in electronic health records, although a majority of companies are either implementing one or exploring their options for doing so.

A collaborative environment for BI - KMW webcasts KMWorld Live

The top three things enterprises need to foster are speed—as software developers and IT professionals are working closer together to change the process of infrastructure and devel­opment; security—in order to drive changes faster, achieve the biggest ben­efits by spotting vulnerabilities faster, and therefore lower security risk; and collaboration—by breaking down silos and enabling cross-func­tional teams to accomplish goals faster.

Content services and the future - KMW Webcasts KMWorld Live

Content management systems must smartly co-exist with Microsoft productivity tools to thrive, and intelligent automa­tion will be a major factor driving user acceptance while information gover­nance technologies (e.g., archiving) are setting the stage for knowledge discovery.

KM trends for 2019 - KMW webcasts KMWorld Live

Using machine learning, search is now able to distinguish not just what is relevant to a search query but also what is important for the user to know; summarize the import­ant insights in the documents relevant to a user's interests; and learn what each user cares about and find the relevant material without being asked.

ViewPoints

How e-discovery is getting smarter about how we communicate

Believe it or not, collecting the data is not the hardest part of e-discovery—it's figuring out where the data is in the first place

The road to digital transformation: 5 questions with AvePoint’s Hunter Willis

SharePoint governance is largely a manual process for 50% of organizations—indicating that there are many organizations that have yet to fully understand the governance capabilities of Office 365, according to AvePoint/AIIM research

KM in Practice

Gourmet grocer eliminates manual AP data entry using DocuWare

With DocuWare now in place, invoices are electronically routed from all 12 locations

NC Health Information Exchange gets makeover with SAS Analytics and InterSystems

Secure patient data-sharing supports better care decisions, population health analysis, and lower health care costs

Sterling Energy improves communications and CX with DocStar ECM

With DocStar ECM, Sterling Energy's invoice approval process has been reduced from a full day to 1 hour

COLUMNS:

David Weinberger

Perspective on knowledge: Rewriting the world

Tra­ditional computing upholds the traditional method of applying general rules to particulars. With machine learning, you skip the generalized abstraction and feed in the particulars.

The Future of the Future

The future of food: a fresh look

There's a growing demand for the ability to facilitate the integration of knowledge generated by widely diverse communities from multiple disciplines.

Cognitive Computing

Usability testing for effective interactivity

Connecting the seeker to the information she seeks is not a new problem. Interaction design has been a stumbling block since the age of the card catalog.

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