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The introduction of information technology promised new heights of efficiency and quality in work. But here we are in 2016 and we are no closer to this promise than when it was first envisioned.
In an ideal world, enterprise information management (EIM) systems provide every employee with a comprehensive view of all available information resources.
Consistent, relevant customer experiences don't happen by accident. They rely on setting an attainable vision and implementing a combination of tools, governance and resources to get you there.
The digital journeys that all organizations are continuing have one thing in common – the need to intentionally and proactively manage, control and exploit the value of their information assets thr
The term “taxonomy” is used in many ways, and therefore can be confusing.
Organizations are maturing in their understanding of knowledge management. But true engagement and acceptance is still a major obstacle to success
Last month I attended the KMWorld conference in Washington, D.C., and was immersed in all sorts of great topics.
Coming from a product information background, I didn’t have a firm grasp on ontology when I first arrived at Earley Information Science (EIS).