Data, Information, and Knowledge Management Software - "What software
should I use?"
A primer on data, information, and
knowledge management software tools
"Are you frustrated by the sheer amount of
e-mail, data and information you must sift through every day?"
Do you need to capture, organize, and display this data and information
- tidbits to store for later use...
- web site links...
- visual charts, mindmaps, or diagrams...
- e-mail text storage...
- or ?
Are you a ...
- Home Learner?
- Or other power-user of data, information, and knowledge - a "Knowledge
A variety of software tools can help you control your data, information,
and knowledge. The hard task is finding the right tool, or set of
tools, for your working style and needs.
Working Style --> User
Insights --> Links
/ Other Resources -->
The following people contributed to this document: (Thanks for your contributions!)
- Paul Kurucz
- Wade Baggette
- Stephen Zeoli
- Daniel Ginsberg
- George Mayhew
- Matthew Deaner
This is a continual work in progress. Please e-mail
with your thoughts so we can help others find the tools they need to be productive
knowledge workers. Your name will be included in the Credits for any contribution
you can make. Latest update: April 2005. This document or any information
on it may be copied freely. As a courtesy, please reference this site as your
source for anything you copy from here. Thank you.