The key issue for information managers in 2014 is to audit existing skills and competencies and strategise to make best use of internal data.
A new technique for mapping patterns of citations reveals how knowledge in a domain develops.
Has conventional searching reached a plateau of development? If so, what could be next?
Becoming an “information coach” could provide a promising career path.
To keep searches secure and confidential try a new search engine called “DuckDuckGo”.
Are knowledge management and information management set to merge to form a new discipline?
Information can be harmful as well as beneficial to an organisation — it all depends on how it is managed!
A review of 2010 from the perspective of search engine design.
The view of the World Wide Web provided by general search engines, such as Google, is very limited. A recent study suggests that the “surface” Web (accessed by general search engines) consists of about 167 terabytes of information, whilst the “Deep” web holds about 91 000 terabytes. Special services have been developed to explore the Deep Web. Find out more . . .
A modified searching algorithm has been introduced for Google Books, that takes account of one hundred predictive indicators of “title” relevance.