We'll reflect on the major trends, technologies, debates, controversies, and events of the year in our Inmagic Year in Review 2009 series. We'll revisit topics we found garnered a lot of engagement, including:
- Enterprise 2.0 is a crock. No, it's not, Yes it is. NO, it's not!
- Biggest stumbling blocks to adopting social media inside the firewall, particularly cultural barriers.
- The Google Book Case that's pitted libraries against Google's efforts to digitize virtually all copyrighted books in America.
- The socialization of knowledge management -- Does KM need social media?
And no year in review is complete without a look at the year ahead. So we'll also be putting our best thoughts forward in our Inmagic Predictions 2010 series. Based on our customer interactions and deployments, discussions with industry peers, and observations of 2009's techs and trends, we'll forecast the knowledge management market for 2010. Our aim is to shed light on the budding trends that promise to grow, early technologies due to take off, and innovative ideas expected to become viable solutions.
Our first recap post will hit the blog later this week.