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Continuing the analysis of Jinfo's survey "Needs and preferences for current awareness 2017", we dig into premium products purchased, including the lesser known premium names. We look at how these preferences have changed over time, how key features rank when making purchasing decisions, and changes in content licensing.
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...
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This year we surveyed 120 respondents across the world about their current awareness resources and services provided. Robin Neidorf, Jinfo's director of research, introduces the results, including team sizes and budget changes since 2016.
When trying to capture new industry insights for your current awareness services, how important is it to look further than traditional news sources and your own-language sources?
In the second of a two-part article, Bill Noorlander explores the changing market for data and content. This article focuses on changes in how data is being used, with a move away from the more traditional premium sources to a more hybrid use of data across various products. It also considers the supplier's point of view and how they are reacting to the changes.
Read our new review of InfoDesk - a content integration and information management solution. This review (updated from our 2014 report) highlights InfoDesk's service value in high-end, information-hungry organisations.
The process for procuring data and content has gone through many changes over the past 15 years. Changes in the type of data sources available, who is using the data and how it is being used, all affect how it is sourced. In the first of a two-part article, Bill Noorlander looks at past, present and future trends for obtaining content sources and how users and suppliers will need to adapt.
In the final part of Jinfo's review of the InfoDesk product suite, we look at the value it brings to large organisations in recognising information challenges. We also cover the competitor landscape, product development plans with InfoDesk's strong technological development capabilities, plus help options and pricing.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2881
In the third section of Jinfo's updated four-part review of the InfoDesk product suite, the content integration and information management solution, we look at the search interface, including its semantic search capability, created using artificial intelligence and expert knowledge workers, API support, its mobile app, popular with companies that do not want information sent to email, as well as its wide variety of outputs and alerts.
In the second part of Jinfo's review of the newly updated InfoDesk product suite, Chris Porter takes a look at the platforms wide range of content sources including commercial content providers and aggregators, video and radio, social media as well as open-web specialised news content and how its API can be used by clients.
The InfoDesk product suite provides content integration and information management solutions that can be used across multiple electronic sources. In part one of Jinfo's latest review we introduce the company and platform, its client base, key advantages, value and development plans as well as the changes that have been made to the product since it was last reviewed in 2014, including its Business Insight tool, semantic search, InfoPro and InfoDirect.
In our updated product review of the InfoDesk product suite, the content integration and information management solution, we look at its unique ability to provide federated access to different types of content, typical use-cases, and we also highlight the value the service brings to its customers...
This article looks at the value provided by niche news sources that fall outside of the collections picked up by aggregators such as Nexis and Factiva. We also consider how specialist sources such as Lloyd's List, TradeWinds and Fairplay (in the shipping sphere) are identified, who makes the judgement call about the value and relevance of the content, and why they are given priority budgetary approval. We also ask if this can lead to other problems in procurement or organisation-wide content provision and how it will impact on news aggregators.
In this market landscape we look at 10 products which we consider to fall under the definition of "intelligence platforms" as defined in our recent article " Defining content aggregators in current awareness ".
In order to be included as "intelligence platforms" all products must have the...
The analysis of news to identify signals and triggers is not new, but it is increasingly important and is finding application beyond the world of finance as the techniques are used to help identify misleading news items. In this article, Martin Murtland explores the technology and techniques used in news signal identification as well as highlighting providers such as Lexalytics, Clarabridge, InferLink, Sysomos and Open Calais.
When recent Jinfo Community sessions on content aggregation platforms and premium news platforms revealed the vast range of considerations for vendors to take into account, we decided to bring those together. We asked three vendors to give their feedback on the sessions.
To make better sense of the marketplace, Jinfo conducted an analysis of 19 products that address at least some of the needs around content aggregation and curation, enabling current awareness, delivering alerting newsletters and other elements broadly related to the purpose of current awareness provision. Director of research, Robin Neidorf, reports on the findings.
Early results of Jinfo's survey on current awareness provision show significant changes in user needs - give your input and receive a summary of the results as a thank you.
A recent Jinfo Community session looked at how well content aggregation platforms meet user needs and we also invited a number of vendors to give their feedback on the discussion. Brad Scher, CEO of Acquire Media, explains what makes the perfect ingredients for an aggregated current awareness solution and how Acquire Media's focus is on providing content that's relevant and curated together with meeting customer needs and being a true technology partner.
Tools that help users identify and consume news content that is relevant to their interests can also limit research creativity. In this article, Kate Lomax investigates how news aggregators are using technology to help us deal with the deluge of information that is now available, including the raft of professional current awareness tools and new approaches being employed. She also looks at ways to ensure your information service uses emerging technologies in a way that is user-driven and innovation-focused.
"The Information Centre of Excellence - commercial, consultative, collaborative"
Jinfo's flexible model of the Information Centre of Excellence provides a framework for any information team - any size, industry, or range of services - to operate nimbly in our changing world. (January - March 2020).
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