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    Atlas by ClearPeople Named to KMWorld’s AI 100 for 2024

    We're delighted to be recognized as KM World's Top 100 Companies Empowering Intelligent Knowledge Management in 2024.

    The List Recognizes Leading Companies Empowering Knowledge Management Today.

    Atlas by ClearPeople, the first Intelligent Knowledge Platform for Microsoft 365, has been selected for the 2024 KMWorld AI 100 list of companies that matter most in Knowledge Management. This annual report honors the top 100 companies pioneering advancements in intelligent knowledge management. Organizations are recognized for their significant contributions in shaping the future of knowledge utilization for business growth. 

    The Power of Collective Intelligence Starts with a Knowledge Intranet

    In today's fast-paced business environment, knowledge is a critical asset that can provide a competitive edge. But how can your organization effectively harness its collective intelligence to drive success?

    The answer lies in implementing a knowledge intranet – a powerful tool that goes beyond traditional intranets to revolutionize how companies capture, share, and leverage knowledge. 

    Our newebook, "Knowledge Intranet: The Key to Harnessing Collective Intelligence for Business Success," delves deep into this game-changing technology. Here's a sneak peek at what you'll discover: 

    Carpmaels and Ransford transformative journey to build a modern knowledge hub - with Atlas for M365

    From imagination to implementation: here's how Carpmaels and Ransford became a more 'knowledge centric organization', leveraging Generative AI and human experience.

    Who Owns Knowledge in the Enterprise? Key Roles and Best Practices

    In today's knowledge-driven economy, the ability to manage and share information effectively is crucial for organizational success. But who truly owns the knowledge within an organization? This blog explores the roles of employees, leaders, and executives in owning and managing knowledge, and examines how they can foster a culture of knowledge sharing. We will also look at best practices and why some organizations succeed while others fail in this endeavor.

    Staggering Microsoft 365 Usage Stats Signal a Wake-up Call

    From the stage at the recent Microsoft 365 Conference held in Orlando, Microsoft released some staggering new usage metrics for its Microsoft 365 productivity cloud. These numbers underscore how rapidly the tech landscape is scaling to previously unimaginable heights and should make knowledge managers and IT professionals take notice.  

    Comprehensive Guide To SharePoint Document Management

    Microsoft SharePoint, a leading collaboration and document management platform, offers a robust solution to the ever-growing challenge of managing documents in a secure, efficient, and accessible manner. 

    How to improve information findability and discovery in Microsoft 365

    We’ve all experienced that moment at work — you’re on track to meet the next deadline but then suddenly, you hit a wall. You need a critical piece of information, but you have no idea where to locate it. It feels like searching for a needle in a haystack. After exhausting your options, you turn to a colleague, only to find they're as clueless as you are. This highlights a fundamental issue many employees face: the difficulty in easily accessing information and identifying experts within their organization.

    Azure OpenAI: what are the real costs for prompts and responses?

    As businesses increasingly leverage AI to enhance their operations, understanding the associated costs becomes crucial. One key consideration for adopting Azure OpenAI is the cost of prompts and responses. This blog delves into what these costs entail and how they can impact your budget.

    Optimizing policy management on SharePoint and how to overcome the gaps

    Discover the best practices and tools for efficient policy management on SharePoint.

    Exploring the Differences: Search vs Generative AI

    In today’s rapidly advancing digital business landscape, the roles of search and AI-powered search are shifting. While traditional search experiences often struggle with challenges like irrelevant results and inconsistent filtering, AI-powered search offers promising capabilities to better understand user intent and retrieve conceptually relevant information. At the same time, the emergence of generative AI models is presenting new possibilities to create original content.

    This blog compares and contrasts features and use cases of AI-powered search versus generative AI, while also highlighting the practical considerations around cost and implementation. Understanding the strengths and limitations of these technologies is crucial for organizations looking to leverage the power of AI to improve access to information while promoting content creation.