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SmartKMS is market leading Knowledge management software in Asia. Focuses on building corporate knowledge value chain for companies/organizations, SmartKMS has five key components termed as Create, Collect, Organize, Share and Reuse. In Create, we envision [More]
SmartKMS is market leading Knowledge management software in Asia. Focuses on building corporate knowledge value chain for companies/organizations, SmartKMS has five key components termed as Create, Collect, Organize, Share and Reuse. In Create, we envision [More]
Time lapse video of Dr Paul Parboteeah and Prof Thomas Jackson (Centre for Information Management, Loughborough University, UK) facilitating a workshop at ECKM 2013 in Kaunas, Lithuania, to create the first community generated taxonomy of [More]
At a Turkish geothermal power plants using GE’s water technologies together with the Industrial Internet, Maren Enerj saves $500,000 annually. Three existing and one new geothermal power plant are fitted with GE’s InSight* Knowledge Management [More]
Prof. Allam Ahmed and Mohamed Elhag, Middle Eastern Knowledge Economy Institute (MEKEI), University of Brighton, UK
Azage Tegegne introduces how the IPMS project at ILRI uses knowledge management and capacity building. He was speaking at the IPMS experience-sharing workshop on Market-Oriented Smallholder Development in Ethiopia, 2-3 June 2011 in Addis Ababa.
The Hippocrates is a web based system is being used by New Jersey and its partners for data integration and brokerage of health, community, emergency preparedness and response, and geo-spatial data.
Parallel session at the International Forum for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific (ISAP) 2012 – Steering towards sustainable and resilient future: Beyond Rio+20 co-organized by Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) and United Nations University [More]
Complete video at: http://fora.tv/conference/ideas_economy_information Wolfram Alpha executive director Luc Barthelet discusses how the search engine differs from Google. Barthelet compares Wolfram Alpha’s knowledge-based system to interacting with the computer from Star Trek. —– The Ideas [More]