KMWorld, 16 (2), 2007


Hospital IT departments prescribe portals for physicians
Will making data more readily accessible lead to efficiency gains and clinical improvements?
by David Raths

Decision support systems prove vital to healthcare
Doctors on TV might get the diagnosis wrong a few times to fill up the broadcast hour, but in real life, things go much better if the doctor is right the first time.
by Judith Lamont

Service-oriented architecture
When a telecommunications company renews a calling card, the process has historically involved knowledge workers in billing, customer service and several other departments within the company each updating their records, a cumbersome process for a renewal that might be very small in revenue and therefore in profitability.
by Phil Britt

2006 KM Promise and Reality award winners
We’ve been paying tribute to companies with our KM Promise and Reality awards at the KMWorld Conference since 2001, and in those years, we’ve seen a steady increase in both the volume and, especially, the quality of the nominations.
by Hugh McKellar

Semantic Web holds promise for KM
The Semantic Web is relevant to knowledge management because it has the potential to dramatically accelerate the speed with which information can be synthesized, by automating its aggregation and analysis.
by Judith Lamont

KMWorld Readers’ Special Report Poll
Hosted or outsourced services: A readers’ survey special report

Directory of SOA Solutions:

  • KANA Software – E-Service solutions that set your customers free.
  • Kofax: Document Scan Server


  • CoreBlox
  • NetDocuments
  • SpringCM


E-discovery made more simple
Recommind introduces MindServer 5.0

SMB content security
Code Green unveils new appliance


Search: an interesting muddle
by Susan Feldman

The KM integration challenge
by Greg Pepus

Capture: front and center

COLUMNS BY David Weinberger 

The real difference between the two 2.0s
by David Weinberger


Still a good ride for IT
by Hugh McKellar

COLUMNS – Future of the Future 

Making knowledge-informed decisions in a flat world
by Art Murray , Jim Devlin

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