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The information services developed to serve the needs of financial services and investment banking information users have evolved rapidly in recent years as the way in which such information is used has changed. Users want to take content from a variety of sources, combine and integrate it into...
The simple fact that a company has a Web site is insufficient in itself and such a site needs to be able to act in a dynamic way to help the company to achieve its maximum effectiveness. It is no longer acceptable to have a Web site that just sits there doing very little but needs to be vibrant,...
Defines the meaning of the term “information architecture” in terms of their functional components and argues their importance within the modern business environment in light of two research projects and multiple consultancy engagements undertaken by TFPL. Defines the scope of an information...
Individuals have become increasingly concerned about data protection issues in recent years and due largely to the Internet, where there have been concerns about the level of unsolicited commercial Email ("spam") received and the amount of personal data about themselves which has been processed...
This article examines the role of user psychology in the development of new approaches to information retrieval. It outlines the broad requirements of any system designed to overcome the problem of information glut, and explores methods for understanding users and eliciting information about...
It is argued that a great deal of money is spent on gathering, indexing, sorting, processing and delivering information, but relatively little on ensuring that the results and implications of this research are communicated to and understood by the organizations that commissioned the work....
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