Taxonomy & Ontology Design

Fixing Enterprise Search, Part 2 of 2

In the final part of his two-part series on fixing enterprise search, Joe Hilger discusses the concept of action-oriented search, why it’s important, and how changing your mindset from one of “using search to find” to one of “using search … Continue reading »

Fixing Enterprise Search, Part 1 of 2

In the first part of his two-part series on fixing enterprise search, Joe Hilger discusses some common misconceptions around “fixing” search for organizations. He describes the importance of looking beyond search engine tools to truly understand an organization’s search requirements and … Continue reading »

Enterprise Knowledge Featured at Upcoming KMWorld 2017

Enterprise Knowledge (EK) is playing an extensive role at KMWorld and the associated conferences this year. In total, six EK KM Experts will be sharing their experiences and offering thought leadership at the events, occurring the week of November 6th, … 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 »

Knowledge Organization Systems: When to Scale Up

The Findability Problem Here at Enterprise Knowledge (EK) we design systems which optimize the findability and discoverability of your knowledge and information. There are a lot of different forms this takes including: Designing a portal which allows a diverse workforce … 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 »