Knowledge Management …!!!

Knowledge Management

What is Knowlege Management?

It is the collection of methods relating to creating, sharing, using & managing the information & knowledge within an organization.

It refers to a multidisciplinary approach to achieving organisational objectives by making the best of knowledge.

KM

Types of Knowlege Management

  1. Explicit Knowlege : Knowledge i.e eazy to write down & share
  2. Implicit Knowledge: Applied Knowledge
  3. Tacit Knowledge: Knowledge i.e. gained through personnal experience

Knowledge Management Process

  • Knowledge Creation: It starts with knowledge that may come from many sources, including employees within an organization or outside individuals.
  • Knowledge Storage: The knowledge must then be structured in a knowledge management system for future use. This knowledge must not only be organized, but it also needs to include security features so that knowledge can be accessed by authorized personnel when needed.
  • Knowledge Sharing: The knowledge organization process is completed by knowledge sharing. This knowledge sharing includes everything from knowledge training to knowledge exchange, where knowledge can be acquired or enhanced through knowledge discussions.

Examples of KM: CMS, Wiki, Data Warehouse, DMS etc.

Source: https://www.ibm.com/cloud/learn/knowledge-management

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IoT the Next CobWeb

IoT the Next CobWeb

In the world today where we are breathing through masks, due to the pandemic times, where mostly all are working from home. Businesses need to be automated. In a real business scenario where we would have some technical glitches or a bearing failure whereby the service technician would file a complaint, either by creating or raising a ticket physically over a tablet or laptop, but with IoT it will sensorise the oil well with more fine crane monitoring the data and analytics and read a conclusion as there will be a bearing failure in future. The automation will create a fixed ticket automatically, detecting through IoT and remediate it through choreographically.  

As per Gartner by 2024, 50 % of the enterprise’s applications in production will be IoT- enabled. Many applications will be connected to IoT as companies have connected IoT to their backhand systems.

The benefits of IoT and the widespread of IoT:

  • IoT enables your business applications to improve how you perform your business.
  • By 2023, 35% of midsize to large enterprises will leverage a hybrid cloud-to-edge computing deployment model for at least one IoT project.
  • By 2023, 25% of on-site industrial assets will be connected by closed-loop systems using IoT technologies.

Source: Gartner survey

Some of the IoT devices to be used :

  • BrainCube by Brain Cube
  • Kloudq IIoT by Kloudq Technologies
  • PTC ThingWorx by PTC
  • Oracle IoT cloud by Oracle
  • Azure IoT
  • IBM Watson IoT by IBM

For more information on these devices, click here

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