Author: Andrea Malick

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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.

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Information Management

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.

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Information Management

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?

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Information Management

Evolving Content Management With Design Thinking

Many information management conversations start with the tools. Design thinking refocuses the conversation on the humans.

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Information Management

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.

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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.

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Information Management

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.

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Information Management

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?

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Information Management

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.

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Information Management

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.

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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.

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Information Management

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.

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Information Management

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.

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Information Management

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.