KMWorld NewsLinks -
February 28, 2017
Cognitive applications in real life
We see threat detection emerging as the first cognitive computing application to become prevalent. Major banks, credit risk companies, government customs organizations or security agencies are all investing in cognitive computing because they cannot keep up with the onslaught of data, particularly text.
Lexmark Unveils New Imaging Solution to Help Hospitals Go Paperless
Solarity Connector provides scanning and indexing software for medical records in support of HIMSS Stage 7
Hyland Releases Cloud-Based Document Management Application
AirBase adds simple, secure document management to Hyland's product portfolio
SearchBlox Announces v8.6
Enterprise search, sentiment analysis, and text analytics solution allows users to leverage SQL to access data in various repositories
KM In Practice
Houston revamps permitting process website for easier navigation
Portal will streamline its permitting processes and enhance customer experience. Customers will no longer have to weed through dozens of paper permits, as is the case in many cities, to try to figure out what they need.