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News alerts play an important role in competitive intelligence and other research-driven processes. They are the steady workhorse, keeping people current and knowledgeable on specific companies, industries and other topics. Yet news alerts also can be an intrusion, contributing to...

Without a good User Interface (UI), even the most current and complete information systems are essentially worthless. Well, perhaps “worthless” is a bit strong. Yet a well-designed, intuitive UI can mean the difference between success (prompt, relevant results) and failure (tedious, time-consuming...

SharePoint 2013 can deliver a great deal of information-sharing value with its flexible, robust features. Microsoft continues to update and enhance this venerable platform, adding managed metadata features and other improvements for records management, eDiscovery, social collaboration and mobile access....

There’s gold in alumni networks. It comes in the form of very real benefits to law firms and other professional services like management consulting and accounting. The following are probably the most desirable advantages...

Information Overload is not a new concept or even a recent phenomenon. As far back as the first century AD, Roman philosopher Seneca said that “the abundance of books is distraction” – although he said it much more poetically as...

I found Romney Whitehead’s recent blog post titled “Curation before Creation” both timely and very relevant for DAM pros across all business sectors. We are all dealing with too much in the way of digital media assets and work loads,...