Gartner® Research: What Technologies Should We Use for Knowledge Management?


"Knowledge Management (KM) enables different use cases, each of which can be supported by different technologies."
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According to Gartner, "application leader supporting KM can use this research to identify the most relevant technologies in each case".

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The Knowledge Management Market

According Gartner®:

"Knowledge management is not a technology. It is a business discipline and practice that aims to enable effective action by providing access to relevant information, when needed. The technologies that can be used to achieve this vary, depending on the context. "


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Gartner, Market Quick Answer : What Technologies Should We Use For Knowledge Management ? Nikos Drakos, 24 May 2022

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