Knowledge Management

Australian businesses are wasting millions of dollars on knowledge management (KM) solutions that add little or no value and take much longer than expected to deploy, according to new research from technology analyst firm, Ecosystm.

We’re entering the age of artificial intelligence. And as AI programs gets better and better at acting like humans, we will increasingly be faced with the question of whether there’s really anything that special about our own intelligence, or if we are just machines of a different kind. Could everything we know and do one day be reproduced by a complicated enough computer program installed in a complicated enough robot?

The Cognitive Software Group, an Australian research and development company based in Sydney, has released an update to its cognitiveAI Platform, which utilises Semantic computing, NLP and Machine Learning.

The scale and speed at which data and information is being generated today makes it challenging for organizations to effectively capture valuable insights from massive amounts of information and diverse sources.

Your organization’s policies are the foundation of your corporate governance system. If you need to prove that your organization is effectively governed, you need to be able to demonstrate that your policies are under control - 

Knosys has launched a new cloud service called KIQ Cloud that aims to bring knowledge management to a broader market.

KnowledgeLake, a global vendor of ECM solutions for SharePoint, has announced the acquisition of RatchetSoft, a U.S.-based robotic process automation (RPA) technology provider. The RPA product will be offered alongside document capture, and workflow in a single cloud platform.

Available through the Microsoft AppSource marketplace, EdCast’s Knowledge Cloud promises to deliver the ability for all Office 365 users to gain one-click access to knowledge on-demand.

It’s common to find articles with titles like ‘17 Steps to A Successful Knowledge Management Initiative’ or ‘The Fundamentals of Knowledge Management Success’. While the success of storing and sharing knowledge is specific to your context, I’m suggesting that the following are things common to knowledge management failures.

An Enterprise Security Console launched by data security specialist Covata promises to provide C-level executives, information owners, and IT administrators with a single pane of glass to discover and understand where sensitive data is stored and whether it is appropriately secured.

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