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How to Build a Knowledge Graph in Four Steps: The Roadmap From Metadata to AI

The scale and speed at which data and information are being generated today makes it challenging for organizations to effectively capture valuable insights from massive amounts of information and diverse sources. We rely on Google, Amazon, Alexa, and other chatbots … Continue reading »

SharePointSaga! Determining Which Version of SharePoint is Right for Your Migration

In this trilogy + prequel blog series we will explore all the possibilities of your SharePoint upgrade/migration journey. “Punch it!!” Episode 1: Exploring SharePoint 2016, 2019, and Online (The Phantom Versions) Microsoft’s SharePoint products and technologies have enjoyed explosive growth … Continue reading »

Webinar: Laying KM Foundations for Successful and Transformative AI

Presented by EK’s Zach Wahl and Joe Hilger, this webinar discusses how AI can harness the full spectrum of your organization’s knowledge so that information can be efficiently found, used, and reused. In the webinar participants learned: • Why Knowledge … Continue reading »

How Leveraging Existing Taxonomies Can Jumpstart Ontology Design

Taxonomies and ontologies are both types of Knowledge Organization Systems, or KOS. Different types of KOS can be seen as a continuum, starting with a simple folksonomy where users of content can add free form tags with no control or … Continue reading »

Increase the Re-Use of Knowledge Assets with Semantic Hubs

In my last blog, I discussed how knowledge graphs aggregate information from multiple systems to enable powerful search and discovery tools. A semantic hub (or semantic middleware) is a metadata-enhanced bridge that connects a knowledge graph to user-facing applications, helping … Continue reading »