KMWorld NewsLinks -
December 08, 2015
Cognitive computing, machine learning and personalization:
New marketing constructs or new capabilities?
An emerging and related field of interest is that of cognitive computing—a catchall term to describe computers that interpret and "understand" human communications and respond with appropriate information. Apple's Siri is an example of that class of software. IBM's Watson computer famously beat a human at "Jeopardy."
New KMWorld Study Looks at Knowledge Management Maturity
New survey finds that fully-functioning KM systems remain a rarity today
SAP Aims to Simplify Information Management for the Digital Economy
Updated EIM products simplify how data is used in business processes and shared across business networks
Qlik and Veeva Systems Partner to Provide Pharmaceutical Industry with Customer Insight
New mobile application provides visual analytics, reporting, and dashboarding
KM In Practice
Giant Eagle moves to the hybrid cloud for greater flexibility
A new solution is designed to provide flexible, consumption-based pricing...
16 Knowledge Management Myths Debunked: Misconceptions of KM
Session video and transcript from KMWorld 2015. Stan Garfield, Community Evangelist, Global Knowledge Services, at Deloitte, discusses 16 views of KM that are widely held but not necessarily supported by practice. He debunks these myths and shares research to support the misconceptions.