Admittedly, taxonomy is probably the farthest thing from your mind if you’re designing an intelligent content application. My conclusion in working with search and enterprise content management technology is that taxonomy development and management is a key success factor in creating effective intelligent content systems. Taxonomy can inform content types and metadata schema, make for consistent tagging, harmonize disparate structured data, and drive dynamic search and navigation user experiences, even with not-so-intelligent legacy content.
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In this session, we will hear a case study from the Hartford Insurance Group about how taxonomy was applied to improving findability of Underwriting content. We’ll also learn about the state of the insurance industry with regard to adoption of metadata standards and taxonomy practices. This is based on our research into how insurance companies are addressing challenges around content and document management efficiency and search effectiveness by applying taxonomies and metadata.
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Our research confirms that organizations that use XML authoring are more mature than their peers with respect to the adoption of best practices for search and metadata. However, the use of native DITA metadata capabilities is rare, and many are also missing out on opportunities to use taxonomy for reuse and improved findability. This webcast will explore the metadata capabilities within DITA and component content management systems, discuss two major benefits that can be achieved by using descriptive metadata and taxonomy, and recommend some best practices for getting started with metadata for component-oriented content.
Paul Wlodarczyk, Earley & Associates Ron Daniel, Taxonomy Strategies LLC Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 Time: 1:00 – 2:00 Eastern Time Cost: $50 (Survey respondents need not register and will receive an invitation to this call at no cost) Register here.
Lars Farstrup, Farstrup Software Paul Wlodarczyk, Earley & Associates Earley & Associates SharePoint Jumpstart Series Thursday, June 18th 12:30 EDT Free. Register here This session will cover issues in implementing an effective search experience and the range of available add-ons and compatible tools for extending SharePoint search functionality. As the volume of information creeps steadily […]
Tagging isn’t new – it’s been around for a dog’s age in internet years. But in the past few years some fresh ideas and tools have reinvigorated the social tagging world. These new approaches include an attempt to improve findability through a bit of structure and control. While the idea of adding control to folksonomy seems like going against the whole selling point of social tagging (flexibility, openness), it is bringing the tagging to a new level, making it more viable for practical use in enterprises.
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