Knowledge Management

Lucidworks is tapping into the IBM Watson Developer Cloud platform for its Fusion platform, an application framework that helps developers to create enterprise discovery applications so companies can understand their data and take action on insights.

German developer Theum AG has launched Theum 2.0, the next major release of its knowledge management software that aims to deliver “answers” instead of documents.

When organisations want to buy an Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS), they often believe it will solve their records management problems. They find they have lots of paper. They have lots of electronic documents. They have shared drives that are full and disorganised.

Nintex has announced the upcoming release of Nintex Hawkeye, a new cloud-based workflow analytics service. For the thousands of global companies that have collectively deployed more than a million Nintex workflows, they can now capture, monitor, measure, and assess workflow analytics that provide actionable intelligence to understand and improve their business processes.

Internal, business systems and structured data is of more value than unstructured data from IoT, social networks and external sources, according to a survey of business intelligence data analysts.

You never know how the information and data you collect today will be used in the future.  The integrity of information and data management practices is always tested when information and data is reused. This really rings true when it’s accessed for a purpose other than was originally intended, or as in the following example, following a significant period of time between uses.

OpenText is having another stab at weaning us off email as a collaboration tool, with a new social media add-on to its ECM platform it calls Bandaroo.

Australian technology company Nuix and big data analytics company Teradata have formed a partnership to integrate Nuix’s data processing and indexing engine with Teradata’s Aster Analytics.

The Citadel Group was founded in 2007 and listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 2014. Following the recent acquisition of TRIM/RM specialist integrator Kapish, IDM asked Managing Director Miles Jakeman about future roadmap for the company of over 250 staff nationwide which has grown organically and thorough acquisition to now offer managed solutions and consulting expertise in enterprise IT, cybersecurity, health information systems, unified communications, education & training. 

Leading international law firm Clifford Chance has announced that it has entered into a partnership with the artificial intelligence software provider, Kira Systems. Kira is software that, using artificial intelligence, searches and analyses text in contracts, delivering improved levels of speed, efficiency and quality to processes, adding value to clients.