Knowledge Management

Independent law firm UMBRA – Strategic Legal Solutions has become the first Indonesian customer to adopt Luminance’s artificial intelligence platform.

In my career as a KM Consultant, I’ve often worked with organisations who have previously experienced failed KM initiatives and want to avoid repeating past mistakes. I’ve worked with an array of organisations spanning industries, size, and geography, yet the tales of Knowledge Management woe I encounter tend to be quite similar.

2018 marks the Institute of Information Management (IIM) 20th anniversary. Formed in 1998 IIM is the premier Australasian body for the information management industry. 

The Auditor-General has launched another scathing indictment of record-keeping practice in the Australian federal government, following a wide-ranging investigation into the Australian Border Force (ABF), a mega agency created in 2015 through the merger of the border control functions of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection and the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service.

Some notable observers have declared that “knowledge management is dead,” that it is an old, tired concept that creates little to no value in organizations. This drumbeat of negativity is misguided. On the contrary, knowledge management (KM) has evolved and matters more than ever to all types of companies and organizations.

Docxonomy has announce the formal worldwide launch of its intelligent search and file management solution .

An oft-quoted statistic has information workers spending 1.8 hours each day or 9.3 hours per week searching for information. If you are in a team of five, this equates to one of you making about as much progress as if they spent the day at the football. 

The cubicle walls in today’s workplace are coming down, nowhere more obvious than at Objective Corporation’s impressive new global HQ, known internally as The Skylab, located in the IT heartland of North Sydney.Moving to the new premises in 2017 required staff hike only a short distance up the road from their old office, however Objective took the opportunity to design a purpose-built new facility for more than 250 staff, including around 100 software engineers and developers, that fully embraced the trend towards activity-based working and digital processes.

Google has changed the way users search for images by removing the "View Image" button from search results. This button, which previously accompanied every result, allowed users to view images directly without visiting the corresponding website from which the image was sourced.

Civica has announced a new multi-million dollar deal with National Library Board of Singapore (NLB) to supply the Spydus library management solution and associated services for four years, with an option to extend to eight years.