Knowledge Management

Effective knowledge sharing is the lifeblood to knowledge-based organizations. High-performing organizations are ones that have mastered the art of empowering their newer employees with the knowledge and experience of the more-tenured, highlighting new ways of thinking and doing, and fostering a broad set of avenues for knowledge to flow up, down, and sideways throughout the organization.

The term ‘digitisation’ evokes a sense of total transformation and specifically for those organisations that have been in business for over 20 years, one where legacy systems or operational processes have been successfully transitioned into a state of binary form. The clear goal; improve efficiency and transparency of business activities for both clients and staff. 

State Archives and Records NSW is undertaking a complete renewal of its underlying infrastructure and systems in a push improve the online discoverability of its vast collections, and make it easier to find and use records.

M-Files Corporation has announced the acquisition of Apprento, a Canadian-based provider of artificial intelligence and natural language processing technology solutions.

The Department of Finance is moving further ahead on its plan to introduce an entirely new Whole of Government (WofG) Digital Records Platform for the Australian federal government, replacing the predominant standard currently in place being HPE TRIM/RM/CM. Finance is specifically keen to explore a solution that will automate the capture and classification of records.

iManage has announced the first release of its document and email management application to feature integration with artificial intelligence (AI) from RAVN , a developer it recently acquired.  

DocsCorp has released the results of its first-ever global Hidden Data Survey, asking the question: Could ECM and DMS Technology Be Better? Polling people across the Americas, EMEA and APAC regions, the goal of the survey was to determine if users were aware that non-searchable image-based documents were stored in their file management systems and whether they had effective technologies in place to find these documents.

M-Files Corporation has announced a partnership with ABBYY, the global provider of intelligent capture, optical character recognition, language-based and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.

Data security company Boldon James has announced the launch of SharePoint Classifier 3.10. This latest version of the product offers enhanced functionality and extends classification support to organisations using SharePoint Online as part of their Office 365 strategy.

New research from the Information Governance Initiative (IGI) reveals that 83% of organisations aim to realise direct business value from their long-term digital information, across such areas as market analysis, product innovation, and customer service, but only a minority (16%) have a viable approach for proper governance and preservation.

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