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Let’s get one thing straight—organizations have been developing knowledge without complex technology, or any software at all, for long before any of us were around. We’re talking about the struggle in adapting to new approaches, both on technical and cultural levels, to create easier, more efficient, and more standardized ways to go on this journey Read the full article…

Driving Business Impact with Knowledge Graphs and Engines

All technology-driven organizations benefit from advanced analytical techniques—they are perfect for tackling big-picture business problems. And while deploying a knowledge graph, which inherently helps analysts and knowledge workers by automatically organizing and connecting their data, there’s still a big step between graph data and actionable insights. In most conversations about knowledge graphs, this jump between Read the full article…

Threat analysis: Are knowledge graphs coming for your job?

Scoping a knowledge graph project for the first time is more than figuring out the technical components and making a TODO list of your deliverables. You’re actually most interested in how implementing this new technology, which leverages a web of connections between unstructured data instead of strictly-defined tables, provides business value to your organization. But Read the full article…