This is the old ChiefTech blog.: More on E&Y's approach to KM

ChiefTech

Monday, 4 June 2007 More on E&Y's approach to KM I know there is always interest in Ernst & Young s approach to KM, so I keep my eyes open for new articles and case studies that are available in the public domain - here are two more: InsideKnowledge magazine interviewed Shirely Jackson , a UK-based director in the Ernst & Young Center for Business Knowledge in 2004. This is the old ChiefTech blog. Nice of you to drop in and visit.

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Summary – “Blockchain Technology and Recordkeeping”

ARMA International

Additionally, the article is included in Information Management Magazine, ARMA-AIEF Special Edition , which will be available for download in November. This article summarizes a report published by AIEF on May 30, 2019.

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How to Unite B2B PR and Content Marketing for Powerful Results

OpenText Information Management

As propsects move down your funnel, content may include later-stage content such as case studie and webinars. Case studies. If you want to generate leads, you'll want to generate leads, think webinars, demos, case studies and other later-stage content.

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Rentokil Initial's Google Sites intranet

ChiefTech

They were a early adopter of Google Apps and also use other hosted solutions in its business, such as Workday SaaS for HR, ServiceNow cloud-based services for automating IT operations, SAP’s Ariba for procurement and Cornerstone OnDemand for global online learning (sources: diginomica.com , HR Magazine (UK)). You can read more about Rentokil Initial''s experience with Google Apps and the cloud in these case studies: Rentokil Initial: Lessons from a cloud ‘veteran’ (also linked above).

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The complete Enterprise RSS Value Chain article

ChiefTech

To be fair to Image & Data Manager magazine subscribers I normally wait a little while before uploading a copy of the article to my online archive. The combined article also profiles two very different Enterprise RSS solutions ( Newsgator and Xenos ) and some case studies, including the now 'classic' Wallem shipping example from Attensa. Back in late September I mentioned I was working on an article about Enterprise RSS.

Flattening The Information Landscape with Really Simply Services

ChiefTech

In an interesting whitepaper, Flattening The Information Landscape [PDF], RSSBus explain how their products can help to provide “ Really Simply Services ”: “ …in case you are thinking that RSSBus is nothing more than RSS feed generation, that's definitely not the case.

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KM Australia this week

ChiefTech

Wood Bagot was also a case study in my recently publised mobile apps report. Incidentally I wrote about mobile KM back in 2005 for IDM magazine in an article titled, In the Know and on the Move. I'm at KM Australia for the next few days - you can follow on Twitter, using the #kmaus hashtag. Clearly, knowledge management isn't dead.

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How many people does it take to implement an information management project?

ChiefTech

From the current edition of Image & Data Manager magazine ( I also have an article in it ) is the example of an Australian property development company with 750 staff that implemented a document management system with the following project team: Project Manager - 60% full time; Information Manager - full time; Change Manager - 50% full time for 6 months; Classification Specialist - 2 months full time; and DMS Administrator - full time for 6 months.

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A short history of intranets and what's next with social, mobile and cloud

ChiefTech

But it was the release of the Mosaic Web browser in 1993 that was the catalyst for bringing the World Wide Web to life - in October 1994, Wired magazine described the revolutionary paradigm that the graphical Web browser created: Mosaic is the celebrated graphical "browser" that allows users to travel through the world of electronic information using a point-and-click interface. In this case we will consider the "outside network" to be public online services and the Internet.

A short history of intranets and what next with social, mobile and cloud

ChiefTech

But it was the release of the Mosaic Web browser in 1993 that was the catalyst for bringing the World Wide Web to life - in October 1994, Wired magazine described the revolutionary paradigm that the graphical Web browser created: Mosaic is the celebrated graphical "browser" that allows users to travel through the world of electronic information using a point-and-click interface. In this case we will consider the "outside network" to be public online services and the Internet.