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2007.04.24

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» Collaboration and why content management matters from Alexandra
For the past years I have been busy working on projects were collaboration have been in the focus. The overall ideas have been to enable people from different countries to work together in a smart way to solve a common problem. In my realm these proble... [Read More]

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It was very interesting to read this post and especially to study the image. I recognize a lot of this from the discussions I have had both within Sweden's Network Based Defense initative as well as in the multinational arena where the JFCOM-led experimentation series more or less deal with the exact same issues. What started out as a mainly military approach have now broadend into a civil-military coordination effort supposed to reflect the current needs in crisis response operations. To me the main challenge is to bridge knowledge and technology from "old" military domains such as radar systems, GIS-systems etc. with "civilian" concepts/technology such as ECM, search technologies, BI, collaborations technologies and ERP...

JFCOM = Joint Forces Command, Norfolk, US

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