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Climbing the Ontology Mountain to Achieve a Successful Knowledge Graph

Tatiana Baquero Cakici, Senior KM Consultant, and Jennifer Doughty, Senior Solution Consultant from Enterprise Knowledge’s Data and Information Management (DIME) Division presented at the Taxonomy Boot Camp (KMWorld 2022) on November 17, 2022. KMWorld is the world’s leading knowledge management … Continue reading

JPL’s Institutional Knowledge Graph II: A Foundation for Constructing Enterprise and Domain-Specific Semantic Data Sets

Previously at KMWorld 2021, EK joined JPL to share the vision, approach, and delivery of the Institutional Knowledge Graph (IKG), a centrally maintained, ever-evolving knowledge graph identifying and describing JPL’s enterprise-wide concepts, such as people, organizations, projects, and facilities, and … Continue reading

Jumpstarting Your Semantic Solution Design with UML Diagrams

Where do I start? Whether it be a taxonomy, an ontology, or a knowledge graph, this is a common question that we get from clients when they are beginning their scoping journey. We get it. It is difficult to define … Continue reading

Optimizing Your Taxonomy in SharePoint Online: Search Filters

All too often, clients come to Enterprise Knowledge (EK) with the issue that “we cannot find anything in our SharePoint sites.” Because of its highly configurable nature, SharePoint can quickly become the wild west of your organization if it is … Continue reading