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Best Practices for Enterprise Knowledge Graph Design

In my previous post, I described Enterprise Knowledge Graphs and their importance to today’s organization. Now that we understand the value of Enterprise Knowledge Graphs, I want to address questions like how we create one for a specific organization, where … Continue reading »

Semantic Use Cases

This presentation from EK’s Yanko Ivanov outlines several business cases for successfully implementing enterprise knowledge graphs that will provide business value and insight. The presentation explores several different types of knowledge graphs that address varying business cases for knowledge and relationships … Continue reading »

What Is An Enterprise Knowledge Graph and Why Do I Want One?

Enterprise Knowledge Graphs have been on the rise. We see them as an incredibly valuable tool for relating your structured and unstructured information and discovering facts about your organization. Yet, knowledge graphs have been and still are far too underutilized. … Continue reading »

The Business Analyst Role: Agile v. Waterfall

In this presentation, Yanko Ivanov and Tatiana Baquero Cakici share their experience regarding how the role of a Business Analyst (BA) changes in an agile environment when a software development team is trying to move from a traditional software development … Continue reading »

4 Steps to Content Auto-Classification with High Accuracy

As technologies evolve, we have seen the rise of auto-tagging, auto-classification, and auto-categorization tools that attempt to take over the task for describing the content we create. These tools apply metadata tags automatically so we don’t have to. Yet, in … Continue reading »

The Next Level of Integrated Enterprise Knowledge: PoolParty 6.0

A couple of weeks ago, Semantic Web Company (SWC) released a new version, 6.0, of their already extensive PoolParty Semantic Suite with some exciting new additions. Why does this matter? The PoolParty Semantic Suite is further solidifying its spot at … Continue reading »

3 Steps to Developing a Practical Knowledge Management Strategy: Step 2 Define the Target State

There are three key questions to ask when developing a Knowledge Management (KM) strategy: where are you, where do you want to be, and how do you ensure you get there successfully? These are the three pillars crucial for the … Continue reading »

3 Steps to Developing a Practical Knowledge Management Strategy: Step 1 Understand the Current State

There are three key questions to ask when developing a Knowledge Management (KM) strategy: where are you, where do you want to be, and how do you ensure you get there successfully? These are the three pillars crucial for the … Continue reading »