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A Knowledge and Information Management Strategy that Optimizes Cloud Migration for a Legal Institute

The Challenge A general counsel’s office within the federal government was migrating their internal information system to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud. As part of this initiative, the organization sought to enhance its Knowledge Management capabilities in order to … Continue reading »

Presentation: Introduction to Knowledge Graphs

This workshop presentation from Joe Hilger, Founder and COO, and Sara Nash, Technical Analyst, was delivered on June 8, 2020 as part of the Data Summit 2020 virtual conference. The 3-hour workshop provided an interdisciplinary group of participants with a … Continue reading »

Building a Semantic Enterprise Architecture

The EK Difference Using a hybrid analysis approach, consisting of a combination of user-driven research (facilitated workshops, focus groups, and interviews) and technology-driven research (in-depth analysis of the existing technology), EK captured the current Enterprise Architecture using our Semantic Enterprise … Continue reading »

Webinar: Building a Connected Search Experience: Bringing KM and AI Together to Fuel Findability

Presented by Joe Hilger, COO, and Stephon Harris, Senior Developer, on Wednesday, May 13th. In this video, Hilger and Harris discuss how advanced search can leverage KM and AI in order to maximize an organization’s search capabilities and create user-centered, … Continue reading »

Natural Language Search on Big Data

The Solution By extracting key entities or metadata fields, such as topic, place, person, customer, plant, etc. from their sample files and data sets, Enterprise Knowledge (EK) developed an ontology to describe the key questions business users were interested in … Continue reading »

Project and Expert Finder

The Challenge A federally funded engineering research center has an extensive “project library” where technical documents, certifications, and reports related to various engineering projects are stored. Many of these documents are often scanned versions of handwritten notes or files and, … Continue reading »