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Is ChatGPT Ready for the Enterprise?
Recently, we were visiting a client showing the latest version of our application when a participant asked, “Why aren’t we using ChatGPT?” It was a good and logical question with the attention that ChatGPT and other AI-based solutions are warranting … Continue reading
Breaking it Down: What is Gamification?
When I talk about gamification, I often use these three E’s: exciting, engaging, and encouraging. These three concepts explain how gamification, the art of applying game design principles to non-game situations, can support a healthy work environment, improve employee satisfaction, … Continue reading
Multi-Channel, Collaborative Authoring CMS for a Government Office
The Challenge The Operations Center of a federal agency is responsible for monitoring disasters, emergencies, and incidents and then publishing timely reports to key stakeholders, including senior leadership, faster than they would receive information from news outlets. This highly time-sensitive … Continue reading
Breaking it Down: What is Personalization?
I consistently hear “personalized” used to describe technical features, and it is not always clear what the term means. The term “personalized” often leads us to ask, How is the feature personalized, i.e. what factors lead to the outcome? At … Continue reading
Technology Solution Recommendation for a Global Development Firm
The Challenge A global development firm with thousands of employees and projects across the world was struggling with their content management strategy. Specifically, they were dealing with inefficient processes and outdated technology. This resulted in wasted time and frustration from … 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
Constructing KM Technology: Tips for Implementing Your KM Technology Solutions
In the digital age that we now live in, making Knowledge Management (KM) successful at any organization relies heavily on the technologies used to accomplish every day tasks. Companies are recognizing the importance of providing their workforce with smarter, more … Continue reading
Three Pillars of Successful Data Catalog Adoption
Data catalogs function as a central library of information about content and data across an enterprise, making them a useful metadata management tool. They can aid organizations that struggle with poorly documented metadata, duplicated data work, and wasted time due … Continue reading
Leveraging Headless CMS for Technical Cross-Functionality
Headless CMS (Content Management System) architecture is a flexible development strategy for applications that is rapidly growing in today’s industry practices. Utilizing a headless CMS architecture allows an application to deliver content authored from a single interface to multiple delivery … Continue reading
Learning 360: Crafting a Comprehensive View of Learning Content Using a Graph
Chris Marino, a Principal Solution Consultant at Enterprise Knowledge (EK), was a featured speaker at this year’s Data Architecture Online event organized by Dataversity. Marino presented his webinar “Learning 360: Crafting a Comprehensive View of Learning Content Using a Graph” … Continue reading