January 2003 Issue


News Features

How can an online artifact establish the same relationships as a good magazine? Is it possible for a non-print magazine to succeed? I looked at these questions a year ago and believe it is time to reevaluate them both.
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Featured Stories

Crucial business is being conducted via email. With all this information inaccessible to the rest of the enterprise, locked inside applications sitting on desktops or corporate email servers, email has emerged as a content and knowledge management issue.
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Whether you’re globalizing or localizing a site, a gradual approach may be the best strategy. Pack offers other pointers for creating sites that want to reach the world via the Web.
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The availability of resources to meet tomorrow’s computing needs is best assured not simply by boosting speed, but also by fundamentally reorganizing the way that individual computing resources within an organization may be allocated to accomplish common goals. Gaining currency under the name “Grid computing,” it’s almost a kind of communism for computers. But Grid advocates are neither utopians nor ideologues, just people with lots of work to do who need enough computing power to do it.
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Kohler found itself with a document management system that would no longer be supported due to industry consolidation, but the company chose to view it as an opportunity to improve their systems and chose XyEnterprise’s content management solution.
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Columns

Knowledge Management is one of those terms that periodically goes in and out of favor. Whatever name you give it though, consistently capturing and reusing intellectual assets within an organization that values information-sharing is a critical
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EIP technology has some important attributes, but the end result is often a desktop with more panes than a Georgian Era window. Remember, all that glistens is not gold.
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It seems to me there are exactly two ways to use and deploy econtent. As econtent professionals, I think we’ve focused too much effort on one way: answer my question, while not spending enough energy on the other: tell me something.
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My biggest problem with emeetings is speakers who have very little way of knowing if they are boring their audience to tears. Of course, by “their audience,” I mean me.
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