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Role of Technology in Knowledge Management

Gone are the days where knowledge management is
simply where paper and tape recorders are used to document and file huge
amounts of information gathered during interviews and meetings, in order to
facilitate continuity and knowledge transfer.
Since the mid 90’s organizations began using computer technology to
assist in this area, where mass storage and security was enhanced. And with the dawn of the 21st century,
cloud computing, data mining and data warehousing are considered standard in
several industries and organizations for knowledge management (KM).

This training video will demonstrate how
technology is used to enhance the

KM experience, how technology can be used as
what is termed a ‘positive

disruptor’ to an organization to enhance change management,
and how it

brings value to organizations once used in the right way.

Click on the link provided below to watch the training video now.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jir_x1BXbUw

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