This Q&A with Baruch Lev is an extension of the "Movers & Shakers" article from the July 2001 edition of /I>Knowledge Management magazine.
Posted 19 Jun 2001
If deploying knowledge management solutions were easy, I'd likely be out of a job. But it's not--in fact, it's as hard as it is necessary.
Posted 14 Jun 2001
Road warriors should learn to protect the soft, vulnerable underbelly of business: information.
No one doubts that mobile Web access is a valuable business tool. but given the current state of the technology, is it a wise business investment?
New technologies will help make laptop computers
obsolete- -and it's about time.
Powering options are key to popularity in portable tools.
Despite some growing pains, wireless makes sense: it really can reduce lag time and the cost of sales.
Microsoft's latest palm-top operating system raises the bar for enterprise mobile connectivity.
Bob Egan, one of the most respected analysts in the field of enterprise mobile communications, predicts the future for wireless data.
Posted 31 May 2000
Despite some false starts, wireless sales support now looks as if it's headed for deployment. How soon will it change your business?
Mobile technology is still largely unsatisfactory for the serious business user, but there are glimmers of hope.
In the age of e-tail, innovative thinking is helping some retailers profit from the new selling paradigm.
Modern market research was born shortly before World War I at the Curtis Publishing Co., a magazine publisher.
Posted 17 Apr 2000