The key issue for information managers in 2014 is to audit existing skills and competencies and strategise to make best use of internal data.
With a severe downturn in its third-quarter earnings, could Google be on the way out?
We are all aware of the dangers of installing programs that can be harmful to our computers: here is one that will be harmful to the pocket!
Google celebrated its thirteenth birthday on Tuesday 27 September 2011. Danny Goodwin reminds us that the “terrible teens” can affect companies and organisations as well as people.
A new technique for mapping patterns of citations reveals how knowledge in a domain develops.
The search engine has been selected as one of the top fifty websites of 2011 by Time Magazine.
The IBM PC is thirty years old but is the “PC” concept in decline?
Has conventional searching reached a plateau of development? If so, what could be next?
Under Larry Page’s management, Google seem to be redefining its business and slimming down the facilities offered by the company.
The Research Libraries UK Group (RLUK) has announced the development of a tool to analyse the cost-benefit of various approaches to journal subscription.