Knowledge Management and Organization Security Issues

Knowledge Management and Organization Security Issues

James A. Sena
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-603-7.ch007
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This chapter focuses on organization security issues in knowledge management. Security has always been a major corporate consideration. It must be ingrained in the firm’s core processes. An organization’s ability to learn from experience and translate ideas into action is key to sustaining competitive advantage. Under this context and prescribed purpose technology and communication tools are the glue that allows the people to operate under the company’s structure. The social impact of physical space, technology adjustment, and the change to the business environment is dictated by security restrictions and innovations in communication. This chapter addresses security by looking at technology tools, resource utilizers and communication tools.

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