Thursday, April 16, 2009

Still knowledge manamegent

I Was pleasantly surprise, that despite the critics, KM continues to be a well used term at least in the hiring arena. I searched in and found quite a list of posts , although is funny the way they use it.



Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Upgrading software

I am in the midst of upgrading 3 servers , all in paralell, not an easy task, one is on the extranet, the other is the main server, and the 3rd is the index engine db. We have to be very careful with the ports, as the sofware has to have the same ports as the old installation. It should be ok now, with the plan in hand nothing can go wrong right? I'll review the plan again.


Friday, April 03, 2009

ECM strategy

What are the elements needed for a successful ECM implementation:

1- Team Lead.
2- Support expert.
3- Programmer
4- Content Administrator. (Multiplied by the number of units in the Organization)
5- Business Consultant.

I will explain their roles and give you insights of what happens as I go through the process of teaching this strategy.


Thursday, April 02, 2009

KM And the future

Its been a while since I wrote in my Blog, but I am back, and planning to write a lot more.

The last couple of years I have been working with the US government , basically doing consulting work. I've been doing a lot of upgrades, but lately I've been tasked into learning and installing two new programs, Artesia, and LL Archive. It's been a great opportunity to see how they arquitected them, and get a different view and vocabulary of how they deal with information. Artesia is a media database to store videos and photos, and certainly big to huge files. LL Archive handles more the detail of how do we store the data, the media that we use, so that we are legally compliant. I will continue to write more as I get the dust out of my fingers.