Janus Boye recently shared a presentation on how semantic technologies can help content management system customers better benefit from their data. Boye states, “Today there are probably 1,000+ content management systems in use in the European Union. Very few of these are using semantics-based technologies, which holds the promise to substantially improve employee productivity and how we use our skills online.”
He adds, “Today most of us are simply managing content, and not really involved in managing organisational knowledge. From a customer perspective, the lacking sense of semantics with an ever growing list of content and content types is one of the remaining fundamental problems of content management.”
Boye asks, “How can a CMS customer best navigate the vast sea of data? What is really in semantic technologies for the customers holding the budget and making the crucial decisions throughout their projects?” Find the answers to these questions in his slide presentation here.
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