A revolution in the sharing of knowledge…

Transforming e-Knowledge  
TABLE OF CONTENTS     Best Practices, Business Models, and Strategies
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Time Frames for e-Knowledge (continued)

   

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Best Practices, Business Models, and Strategies

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Web Services Development. Over the next three to five years, Web services will be one of the hottest areas of applications development. By 2006–2007, Web services will likely have enabled the seamless integration of “best-of-breed” applications, plus the reclamation of many “legacy” systems that can be made much “smarter” through Web services applications.

 

         
Time Frames for e-Knowledge: Infrastructures and Knowledge Ecology

Infrastructures and
Knowledge Ecosystems

Description

 

Projected
Time Frames

Portalized experience gateway develops

 

 

Knowledge interoperability standards in place,
de facto or de jure

 

2002 onward

 

Proprietary portals replaced by open, interoperable platforms

 

2003–2004 and onwards

 

Proof-of-concept of highly personalized WINWINI experiences

 

2004–2005

Fusion of mission critical applications through portal

 

Most industries have demonstrated this capability

 

2002

Progressive Web services development

 

Web services making major headway in corporate settings today; major development in all sectors in next three to five years

 

2003–2007

Enterprise applications infrastructures and solutions

 

EAIS will create powerful enterprise infrastructures and solutions of all kinds

 

2003–2007

Development of community of practice infrastructures and experiences

 

Communities of practice become recognized as the dominant structure for knowledge creation and sharing

 

2003–2008

Mobile work and learning pilots

 

Many enterprises have launched mobile pilots. Over the next two years, leading enterprises will develop work and learning pilots to explore the impact of wireless technology

 

2003–2004

Enterprise-based development of pervasive technology, ambient intelligence

 

Pilots will lead to more ambitious ambient intelligence applications

 

2004–2008

Full ambient intelligence environments as described in ISTAG Report

 

Five ISTAG elements come together sufficiently to support ambient intelligence: 1) very unobtrusive hardware, 2) seamless mobile/fixed Web-based communications infrastructure, 3) dynamic and massively distributed device networks, 4) natural feeling human interfaces, and 5) dependability and security

 

2009–2010

         

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