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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When businesses implement intelligent content, they usually adopt a “day forward” strategy that assures all new content is “intelligent” (in XML and dynamically published), and they minimize the volume of legacy content to convert and migrate. Semiconductor equipment manufacturers – like many other capital equipment manufacturers – support products that last 30 years or more, so legacy technical content is critical to keeping that equipment up, running, and profitable for their customers. In this presentation, we’ll discuss one company’s unique pathway forward to intelligent content. Read more…
[metadata] Turn Tagging into Business Results: Take the Metadata Best Practices Survey http://ping.fm/TZa6M [search] Steve Jurvetson: “All the problems of search would be solved if search relevance was ranked by what browsers were displaying.” [trends] Churchill Club Top Tech Trend#3: A deluge of unstructured data creates the next great information leaders http://ping.fm/0ehWs [content management] via […]
I posted earlier today at Not Otherwise Categorized… about the announcement last month of OASIS’s new standard for the Unstructured Information Management Architecture, Version 1.0. Read all about it here: OASIS Approves UIMA – the first standard for accessing Unstructured Information