Author: Andrea Malick
Knowledge & Findability
The Revitalization of Knowledge Management
Knowledge management has been around for 25 years. But in the last few years we've seen a resurgence as it realizes exciting new potential for creativity.
Transformation Starts With Your Business Architecture
Business architecture provides a framework through which to view an organization. And like the business itself, it is a dynamic entity.
What the Next Few Years Hold for Enterprise Content Management
We have all the components. So why aren’t we in a good place with true enterprise content management?
Evolving Content Management With Design Thinking
Many information management conversations start with the tools. Design thinking refocuses the conversation on the humans.
Blockchain's Promise for Enterprise Content Management
More collaboration is needed between the document management and blockchain communities to develop and standardize blockchain tech for practical applications.
Your Top 3 Records Management Questions Answered
Records management is serious business. But we can minimize the complexity and administrative burden of managing records with a few steps.
Can Auto-Tagging Save Us From Metadata?
Metadata should not be treated as an afterthought or a cost to be avoided, but rather as the playbook for new opportunities.
Do Data Lakes Live Up to Their Promise?
What questions should content managers consider when deciding if data lakes are the right option for their organization?
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark: Bring Dark Data Into the Light
Finding and managing the dark data you don’t know about is a big project, but is worth the effort.
Give Your Self-Service Portal a Strong Content Management Backbone
Self-service, much like collaboration and other centers of activity, depends on well-managed and accessible information.
Knowledge & Findability
Knowledge Graphs: Adding the Human Factor to Unlock Real Intelligence
The more we advance in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), the more we realize how exquisitely complex human intelligence is.
New Information Management Architecture Brings Flexibility and Confusion
The future of information management architecture is where the backend repository is separate from the user interface.
Conscious Content Management: Where Business Transformation Begins
1. People’s work patterns are vastly different from each other and 2. They are often settling for organizing systems that don’t make sense for them.
Content in a Time of Crisis: How ECM Best Practices Make Vital Connections
The turnaround of information to our public and colleagues must be faster and digital as a result of the recent global shakeup.