KMWorld Magazine, 16 (1), 2007
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FEATURES 

Business analytics—a market in transition
The business analytics (BA) software market—comprised of data warehousing tools, business intelligence tools and analytic applications—has been growing steadily even as spending on business software has slowed in the past five years.
by Brian McDonough , Dan Vesset

BPM evolution brings automation, integration and analysis
Evolving business process management (BPM) capabilities are improving process automation, allowing deeper integration with Microsoft Office, and offering a better understanding of process efficiency through use of business intelligence (BI).
by Judith Lamont

Combining business and practice: KM and the law
As one of the most knowledge-intensive “industries” around, the legal profession is perfectly suited for knowledge management. A global study by Curve Consulting (curveconsulting.com), which was referred to in our October 2006 issue (page 1), finds that while firms are quick to acknowledge KM’s value to the practice of law, most have yet to embrace it on the business side.
by Gretta Rusanow

Blogs and wikis: ready for prime time?
Blogs began springing up more than a decade ago as a way for individuals to maintain online diaries, voice their opinions on politics and vent about consumer products. They proliferated rapidly, and thousands became millions. Tainted perhaps by the image of bloggers as gossipmongers, blogs were not taken seriously as enterprise applications until fairly recently.
by Judith Lamont

The Readers speak-10th Anniversary KMWorld Readers’ Choice Awards
About 11 years ago, a group of us were starting to ask ourselves whether all this “information management stuff” might have a greater purpose than merely to store information in a file server somewhere. That maybe—just maybe—information could be applied to the type of work and to the level of decision-making taking place in business at such a famously accelerated pace. And in providing that information to the right person at the right time, the promise of a truly knowledge-based economy could be realized. In the 10 years since ImagingWorld became KMWorld magazine, we’ve tried to address the discipline (practice? theory? religion?) of knowledge management from each of its well-known constituent components—people, process, technology.
by Andy Moore

The Annual BPM Solutions:

  • Appian Corporation: Enterprise BPM Suite
  • Metastorm, Inc.: BPM Software Suite

KMWorld Readers’ Choice Award 2006:

  • KMWorld Corporate Positioning Statement: EMC
  • KMWorld Corporate Positioning Statement: Kana
  • IBM + FileNet Global leaders in Enterprise Content & Business Process Management KMWorld Corporate Positioning Statements: IBM + FileNet
  • KMWorld Corporate Positioning Statement: Stellent
  • KMWorld Readers’ Choice Award 2006: Tower Software
  • KMWorld Corporate Positioning Statement: Tower Software
  • KMWorld Corporate Positioning Statement: docHarbor
  • KMWorld Corporate Positioning Statement:Exsys, Inc.
  • KMWorld Corporate Positioning Statement: ISYS Search Software, Inc.
  • KMWorld Corporate Positioning Statement: KMWorld Reality 2006 Award KANA

INDUSTRY WATCH 

Capture: front and center
Kofax unveils new suite

Toward the transparent enterprise
Open Text launches Livelink 10

NEWS ANALYSIS 

Electronic content-a federal case
Newly amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) concerning electronically stored information took effect in all federal courts on Dec. 1, 2006. This affects a large number of constituencies, ranging from CIOs to records managers to lawyers and judges.
by Jonathan B. Spira

Appian in sync with Vista and Office 2007
by Judith Lamont

ECM consolidation continues
by Alan Pelz-Sharpe

COLUMNS BY DAVID WEINBERGER 

Open science—good fit for the digital age
by David Weinberger

COLUMNS FROM THE EDITOR 

Location takes on innovation dimensions
by Cindy Gordon

COLUMNS – FUTURE OF THE FUTURE 

The role of ITIL in building the enterprise of the future
by Art Murray , Mirghani S.Mohammed

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Copyright 2007, KMWorld, a Division of Information Today, Inc.


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