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Glossary of terms used in competitive intelligence and knowledge management  

By Vernon Prior

NB: Entries marked with an * are new or modified entries with effect from 12 July 2009

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Uniform resource locator (URL) is the standard method of allocating an address to any resource on the Internet that is part of the World Wide Web

Unstable market is one in which the Market leader has less than 26.1% of the total market and every other company in the market is within 1.7 times the Market share of its nearest rival.  An unstable market is the most attractive for a new entrant having a differentiated product. 

 

*Unstructured information refers to the content of any Document that has no defined or standard structure such as would allow for its convenient storage and retrieval.  Examples include blogs, emails, images, audio and video files, and wikis.  See also: Blog, Content management, Corporate blog, Electronic mail, Information management, Knowledge management, Wiki. 

Usenet is an outdated term for a worldwide system of discussion groups, with comments passed among hundreds or thousands of machines.  The system is completely decentralised, with numerous discussion areas, each of which is known as a Newsgroup.  A Usenet is now more commonly referred to as a Social network.

 

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