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    Exploring the Top Knowledge Management Trends for 2024

    The knowledge management (KM) landscape is rapidly evolving, propelled by technological advancements and changing organizational needs. What will 2024 bring?

    Discover the future of Intranet and Employee Experience Platforms with the new ClearBox 2024 Report – featuring Atlas

    Staying informed about the latest trends and technologies in intranet and employee experience platforms is crucial for any business aiming to foster a productive, engaged, and collaborative workforce. This is where the latest ClearBox Intranet and Employee Experience Platforms 2024 report becomes a useful resource. It's not just a report; it's a comprehensive guide that delves into the world of intranet and employee experience platforms, offering invaluable insights for organizations of all sizes. And if you're specifically interested in the cutting-edge advancements, Atlas, featured in this report, is a must-read section.

    Top AI KM Tools: Guide to top AI knowledge management tools

    Knowledge management goes beyond simply storing information. It involves capturing, distributing, and effectively using knowledge. The right knowledge management (KM) tools can break down information silos, promote collaboration, and provide insights that drive strategic business decisions. And now Artificial Intelligence (AI) knowledge tools are pivotal for knowledge productivity, offering quick access to information, reducing duplication of efforts, and fostering innovation.

    Announcing the release of Atlas 5.0

    Today, we unveil Atlas version 5, the world’s first intelligent knowledge platform for Microsoft 365.

    Pioneering a new era of Generative AI for enterprises, this groundbreaking version harnesses the collective knowledge stored in Microsoft 365 and other enterprise data sources, leveraging innovative technologies such as GPT LLMs, Microsoft Azure OpenAI, and Microsoft 365 Copilot.

    With the advent of Atlas 5, organizations can for the first time, deliver Generative AI experiences to employees using the most authoritative content from Microsoft 365 repositories and other enterprise data sources.  These contextual Generative AI experiences are available wherever employees spend their worktime; in popular Microsoft applications like SharePoint or Teams, in Microsoft 365 Copilot, or from the Atlas AI interface. Atlas 5 also delivers the robust governance and usage analytics needed to confidently deploy enterprise Generative AI confidently and compliantly.

    AI is shaping the future of knowledge management (KM) and KM systems

    In today's data-driven world, the saying that “knowledge is power” holds truer than ever.

    Lessons learned guidelines and examples. And how to automate them for project management

    A lesson learned is a record of what was done, why it was done that way, and what went wrong. It is a summary of the project's successes and failures, and it helps future projects to avoid repeating mistakes.

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    How to find the best intranet software to meet your needs

    If you're thinking about replacing your intranet, choosing the best intranet software can seem complicated. Here's some guidance through the process:

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    Return on Investment (ROI) for Knowledge Productivity

    Turning Information into Improvement and Radical Innovation in the Age of AI

    Productivity matters because it creates huge value. In some sectors, a five per cent uptick in productivity has coincided with up to a 50 per cent increase in total shareholder return (Financial Time, 2013). This would catch the attention of any CFO!

    Migrating Jive to SharePoint or replacing it with another platform

    Jive was a leading social platform for many years, but the combination of changing market dynamics and its own strategic direction due to change in ownership, has contributed to a decreased market presence for Jive in recent years. 

    5 lessons we've learned from implementing knowledge management systems

    Knowledge management systems are an investment. But when implemented correctly and applied with the mindset of continuous engagement and improvement, a knowledge management system is well worth investing in.