Semantic Web

Especially Elsevier wanted to find out, which search – Retrievaltools are required, and how scientists better networked with one another can be also in the German-speaking I-KNOW practice Forum heuer highlights by renowned expert(en)innen from the industry presents again. Among others the following persons to speak were invited: Johannes Muller (Siemens building technologies Division): knowledge-sharing and ‘Social networking’ with Web 2.0 in the enterprise of Jens Obuseng (Communardo Software GmbH): awareness create how short messages to better communication with Enterprise microblogging and knowledge exchange in the company. Click Professor of Internet Governance to learn more. Lars Lacanlale (Pumacy technologies): how much Web 2.0 helps in knowledge management? Tightrope walk between control and self-organization in the team collaboration Martin Wunderli (Trivadis): knowledge collection, distribution and management in a medium-sized IT consulting services provider Thomas Kutschi (Infonova): Experiences with Web 2.0 as a project management tool Benno Ackermann (Credit Suisse AG): an everyday method for efficient transfer of knowledge into Credit Suisse AG Stefanie learning mug and Clemens Pirker (Hyve): co-creation of value chain on the basis of Web 2.0 Timo Borst (German National Library of Economics Leibniz information centre economy): integration of standard data in library applications based on Web services with Semantic Web technology Waltraud Wiedermann (APA-defacto) and Wolfgang Kamal Reich (know-Center): Measurement of advertising effectiveness through image and logo recognition in media archives Volker Zimmermann (IMC): integrated learning and talent management: IT is company a decisive competitive advantage in the struggle for employee Michael Heiss (Siemens IT solutions and services): use cases derived key components for successful social enterprise 2.0 solutions Philipp Bodenbenner and Christian Severin (Detecon): Enterprise 2.0 case study “Introduction and use an enterprise wiki in the knowledge management environment more highlights in the Conference program of I-KNOW 2010 are two German-speaking panel discussions, as well as the SFG, ICS and EEN organized fourth international matchmaking event: Klaus Tochtermann (German National Library of Economics Leibniz information centre economic and Technical University Graz) as moderator of the Panel discussion on digital media revised” the subject of thematic information offered on the Internet for discussion. .