KMWorld Magazine, 16 (5), 2007
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FEATURES

Connectors, mavens and salesmen—Human networks and relationships in KM
– by Greg Pepus

Searching for customer satisfaction and online revenue
– by John Lovett

The fast-moving E-MAIL MANAGEMENT MARKET
Various studies show that up to three-quarters of corporate intellectual property resides within e-mail…
– by Robert Smallwood

A bright prognosis for EMRs
Although electronic records management has been around for a number of years, it’s still in its early stages in the medical community…
– by Phil Britt

Leveraging KM tools for public schools
Business process management, predictive analytics and document management are three core KM technologies that are increasingly finding their way into the public schools.
– by Judith Lamont

SEARCH Provider Profile:

  • Connotate
  • Microsoft

RECORDS MANAGEMENT:

  • Product Round-up-NextPage
  • Product Round-up-TOWER Software
  • Product Round-up-Trinity Technologies
  • Product Round-up-ZyLAB

INDUSTRY WATCH 

FAST buys Convera’s RetrievalWare
Deal worth $23 million

New from RedDot/Open Text
CMS and LiveServer versions 7.5

NEWS ANALYSIS

BI: core to the enterprise
“The evolution of BI will continue to be driven by the business need to incorporate BI-style analytics directly into business process management,”…
– by Phil Britt

FRCP compliance—still a ways off
– by KMWorld Staff

What about SMBs? Opportunities ahead
– by KMWorld Staff

COLUMS

BY David Weinberger 
Libraries in the age of social knowledge
– by David Weinberger
 
From The Editor 
KM: still a long road ahead
– by Hugh McKellar
 
Future of the Future 
Building the Enterprise of the Future means no more secrets
…making the transformation from a knowledge-hoarding organization to a knowledge-sharing enterprise…
– by Art Murray

Read the full issue online.

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