Posts Tagged ‘big content’

Get a Grip on Big Data with ‘Content Intelligence’

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Jeremy Bentley of KMWorld recently wrote, “The age of the Internet has made us accustomed to having all the information we could want readily available at our fingertips – quite literally so, thanks to laptops, tablets, smartphones and other devices… Unfortunately, we rarely experience the same level of data accessibility in our workplaces, where internal information assets can be massive and hugely complex—and not at all easy to access search with the pinpoint precision that is usually required to find a very specific document or piece of content. Addressing this challenge should be high on the priorities list of any organization aiming to extract value efficiently from unstructured content. But it is proving to be no easy task.” Read more

Smarten Up Your Content

mmrWhat’s your content smarts? Chances are they’re not as strong as you’d like them to be.

Research this month from MindMetre Research shows that 89 percent of organizations believe they need to gain greater insight into their growing volumes of unstructured data to improve their commercial advantages and gain a competitive edge. That insight into such data, the research reports, could feed a number of business-boosting scenarios. “This content can be used to provide insights for proposals and projects, to inform business relationships, to enable collaboration, to avoid repetition of research, to repurpose content, and generally to streamline the flow of enterprise knowledge and avoid replication of work already done,” says Paul Lindsell, Managing Director of MindMetre.

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The Rise of ‘Big Content’

Virginia Backaitis of CMS Wire recently discussed the rise of Big Content and how semantic technologies are taking a role in mining value from said content. She writes, “The first time I heard the term Big Content, I thought ‘Oh brother.’ At the time, the people who used the term “Big Content” either talked about it in terms of content that went beyond their control (i.e. viral) and said that this was a highly desirable thing OR they argued that ‘content’ was growing at a rapid clip, and that Big Data technologies, such as Hadoop, were incapable of dealing with voluminous unstructured data — that you needed something called ‘Big Content’ to do that.” Read more