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Weekly News Digest

February 17, 2009 — In addition to this week's NewsBreaks article and the monthly NewsLink Spotlight, Information Today, Inc. (ITI) offers Weekly News Digests that feature recent product news and company announcements. Watch for additional coverage to appear in the next print issue of Information Today. For other up-to-the-minute news, check out ITIís Twitter account: @ITINewsBreaks.

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Inmagic Series on Building a Business Case for Social Knowledge Networks

The Inmagic blog ( has begun to post a nine-part series of articles that will highlight how the unique implementation of social technologies with a knowledge management solution can result in measurable cost reductions, increased operational efficiencies, and improved collaboration. The introductory post, "Building the Business Case for Social Knowledge Networks," previews the upcoming posts by Inmagic’s director of product marketing John Callan, including a close look at the processes and areas that cost-effectively improve the bottom line.

The series is titled How to Cost Justify Your Social Knowledge Network Needs. The article lineup will present the following:

Part 1—Increase productivity by socializing more: How this counter-intuitive thinking can make workers more effective

Part 2—Socialize for savings: Examining the ROI of implementing social knowledge networks

Part 3—When good organizations use bad content: The importance of weeding out poor-quality content to reduce operational costs

Part 4—The community will set you free: How tapping community wisdom speeds knowledge discovery

Part 5—Losing the man, not the manpower: Using SKNs (social knowledge networks) to keep knowledge retention and productivity levels high when weathering work force shortages

Part 6—Productivity is power: A deeper ROI analysis, based on productivity gains

Part 7—Dude, where’s my data? SKNs can consolidate and organize it all in one place

Part 8—Knowledge, a more perfect union: Centralizing knowledge is one for all, and all for one

Part 9—The SKN evangelist’s checklist: The most important points to make when advocating SKNs

Source: Inmagic, Inc.

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