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Starmind presents at Microsoft Business Summit 2019

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Starmind is thrilled to be presenting at the flagship Microsoft Germany event: Microsoft Business Summit 2019 in Frankfurt on Oct 22nd and 23rd. This summit brings together Microsoft's largest enterprise customers. The opening keynote speaker will be Sabine Benediek, Managing Director of Microsoft Germany. Additional speakers include Michel van der Bel, President of Microsoft EMEA and Frank Riemensberger, Chairman of Accenture Germany as well as a host of senior leaders from companies like SAP, Deutsche Bank, Siemens, Citrix, and Lufthansa. The full speaker list can be found here.

This year's discussion revolves around Shared Intelligence. Artificial intelligence is the focus of the Summit with special attention given to developing and applying innovative solutions. The guiding question is how organizations can build relationships between humans and computers in such a way that humans are always at the center, as reflected in the motto of MBS19: People first.

This serves as an ideal event theme in which to continue introducing Starmind's offering to Microsoft's enterprise customers and more broadly share our vision of making collective human intelligence accessible to everybody. Thus it is with great pleasure that our CEO Oliver Muhr will be co-presenting Starmind together with Microsoft in a session titled How to leverage the entire human intelligence in your organization: This is how you bust location and team silos. We're proud to present our vision together with Microsoft and are looking forward to the stimulating discussions around a human-centric approach to AI.


What is a corporate wiki?

A corporate wiki, also known as an enterprise wiki, is a knowledge management system that provides a central location where your company can collect, capture, and update organizational knowledge.

As an internet user, the chances are high that you’ve used Wikipedia to find and acquire information and knowledge. Corporate wikis are comparable because they use similar technology and processes for people to collaborate and share their knowledge. The main difference is that corporate wikis are confined to the people within your organization.

Wikis have been a favored solution for knowledge management because every employee has the ability to read, edit, and contribute new content and knowledge. Plus, they're relatively easy to use. If employees can create a word doc, they’ll have no issue contributing to a wiki. But, if you’ve already used a corporate wiki before, you’re probably familiar with the challenges they can bring and are ready for a more effective way to manage knowledge.

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