Inmagic, Inc is sponsoring a KMWorld magazine web event on October 7th, 2008, at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT:
New Generation Knowledge Management: Social Knowledge Networks
Organizations are faced with critical knowledge management issues including knowledge capture, IP retention, search and discovery, and fostering innovation. The failure to properly address these issues results in companies wasting millions of dollars through inefficient information discovery and poor collaboration techniques. Leonor Ciarlone, Senior Analyst at The Gilbane Group, will discuss how bold initiatives in knowledge management and social media address these issues and keep organizations competitive and successful.
Today’s knowledge management systems must blend social media technologies with enterprise search, access, and discovery tools to give users a 360-degree view of their information assets. Join Phil Green, CTO of Inmagic, Inc., as he discusses Social Knowledge Networks, the new generation of Knowledge Management, and introduces Inmagic® Presto. Presto is currently used by leading organizations like NASA, Newsweek, and RV Anderson Associates, Ltd. to add value to content, and allow users to access accurate and relevant information faster and more efficiently.
New Generation Knowledge Management combines vetted information and archives with the “knowledge of the community”; networking people and information into Social Knowledge Networks. These networks provide richer content with greater depth and context. Find out how your organization can benefit from this new generation of knowledge management: Social Knowledge Networks.