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Information teams now provide services and benefits to stakeholders in new ways and offer more customised services to users. Traditional library and information science courses have also adapted and evolved to meet the needs of employers. This article looks at the information professional's need to stay current with new technologies and master collaboration skills, and how continuous learning is required to remain relevant and valuable to the organisation.
When planning to use someone else's content, it's important to know whether it's protected by copyright. This article looks at the different types of content that may be used and when copyright might apply. It covers open access material and the various Creative Commons licences that are available and what to do when multiple layers of copyright apply.
In this overview we report on our early insight into Evalueserve's beta product, Usecasehub. The tool is designed to create a process framework for your company's portfolio of analytics projects from idea generation through to measurement. It's aimed at improving results, speed of time-to-market...
We delve further into Usecasehub, a tool from Evalueserve to govern and evaluate the success of analytics use-cases. We examine the user interface for data analytics and heads of department, how it can aid collaboration, be customised and implemented. Competitors such as Lucidea and SharePoint are highlighted along with evaluation of the value that a purpose-built solution like Usecasehub can bring.
Find out how Evalueserve's beta product, Usecasehub, can create a process framework for your company's portfolio of analytics projects from idea generation through to measurement to improve results, speed time-to-market and ensure effective knowledge sharing.
DLA Piper is one of the largest law firms in the world; we talked to Dominic Judge, senior legal innovation manager, about their use of machine learning contract analysis Kira, how it stacks up against competitors, its accuracy compared to human contract review, and how lawyers felt about the introduction of AI and machine learning.
Information teams have valuable expertise to contribute to data analytics projects within organisations but to be recognised they need to be able to measure and demonstrate those skills. In this article, Andrew Lucas looks at the types of data that all information professionals should be able to work with and how to map their skills to organisational need using Jinfo's model and ensure that other stakeholders are aware of what the information centre can contribute.
Businesses and organisations are constantly looking for the next thing that can give them a competitive edge, whether financially or operationally, and most are now turning to data analytics to give them that edge. Information professionals have been helping their users find and make sense of information for centuries and clearly have the skills needed for these types of projects. This article looks at what skills information professionals can contribute to data analytics projects, where these skills can be used and, more importantly, how to showcase them to others.
Andrew Lucas interviews Nick Finegold, founder and executive chairman of Curation Corporation, a UK-based news monitoring and alerting company that uses best in class technology and human curators to tackle information overload. Curation Corporation aims to make following complex issues effortless, and to improve information sharing across organisations and between the C-suite and the content world. We also ask about the recent agreement with Dow Jones.
In this market landscape we look at 5 products in the field of AI document review:
We provide a brief description of each source, a link to the homepage and product page. We also cover typical users, geographic...
In the final part of Jinfo's review of Dow Jones DNA, we look at the value it brings to customers, specifically for text mining, the help options available, the various use-cases for the product, the competitor landscape, product development plans and pricing.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2891
In the third section of Jinfo's four-part review of Dow Jones DNA, a developer's toolkit, we look at the user interface, specifically how it enables developers to extract, manipulate and analyse content from Dow Jones services. We also look at filtering options, particularly Dow Jones Intelligent Indexing which is a key differentiator against competitors, and output options in the form of DNA Snapshots and its related API.
In the second part of Jinfo's review of the Dow Jones DNA, Chris Porter takes a look at the comprehensive range of content sources available to platform users, including newspapers, newswires, magazines, television and radio transcripts and social media and the benefits of access to Factiva's pre-configured source groupings for text mining and data analysis.
In our product review of the new Dow Jones Data, News and Analytics platform (DNA), we look at its unique ability to enable developers to extract, manipulate and analyse content from Dow Jones services. DNA Snapshots, the primary focus of this review, supports rapid downloading of very large...
In this market landscape we look at 10 products which we consider to fall under the definition of "current awareness platforms" as defined in our recent article " Defining content aggregators in current awareness ".
The products in the "current awareness platforms" category tend to offer a...
A round-up of the last three months of Jinfo coverage of knowledge management plus insights from our director of research, Robin Neidorf.
In a previous article, James Mullan looked at ways knowledge managers could promote intranets as a tool for knowledge sharing. In this article, James looks at how the technologies that have supported intranets have developed over the last few years and some of the trends we are seeing in how they are being used within organisations.
This report covers systems used by law firms and their information centres. We have grouped them into enterprise search tools, library management systems (LMS), collaborative solutions, document management systems and file management systems.
Enterprise search tools: MuseGlobal, OpenText...
In this article, James Mullan provides an overview of some of the knowledge management systems used in law firms, the drivers behind their use, and suggestions for anyone considering purchasing or investigating one of the tools mentioned. He looks at systems which can be used for enterprise search, as a library management system, collaborative solution, document automation, file management system and those which are driven by artificial intelligence and machine learning.
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"Remote Information Teams"
If you're newly remote, you may feel like you've been thrown into a mysterious culture where you sort of speak the language but sort of not. Use Jinfo's "Focus on Remote Information Teams" to become fluent: