KMWorld Magazine, 16 (9), 2007


Employing ECM in human resources
Human resources (HR) is both document- and process-intensive—a perfect scenario for using enterprise content management (ECM) technologies.
– by Judith Lamont

ECM: Handling the complexities of CAD
The U.S. economy is now considered to be knowledge-based, with much of its value derived from intellectual capital and service activities. However, even a knowledge-based economy depends on a physical infrastructure supported by energy, transportation and other tangible components.
– by Judith Lamont

A safety net for insurers
Insurance companies are depending on knowledge management (KM) to determine risk, price policies, control costs and improve customer service.
– by Phil Britt

Report management and mining— Adding value front to back
– by John Harney


  • Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007
  • Quasar


Documentum 6 unveiled

Accelerate e-discovery
Recommind automates coding, review and analysis

New tool for litigatorsCase
Evaluator on Westlaw


The new FRCP: a progress report
The new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) have been in effect for about 10 months, so it seems a good time to take a look at how organizations are tackling yet another big information management mandate. We talked with leading e-discovery expert and Forrester principal analyst Barry Murphy about the scope of the new rules.
– by Hugh McKellar

Privacy, norms and politics
There are at least 500,000 cameras in the city of London, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal, which also reports that you’re recorded on average 300 times a day there. Every station has had cameras since the 1990s. Yet life hasn’t changed much. Why not?
– by David Weinberger

KM takes over center stage
– by Hugh McKellar


The Future of the Future Overcoming resistance to change
– by Art Murray

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