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TEAM JOT.TO - Innovation Challenge 2012 - 2013 IIBA ITALY CHAPTER
Information Management and Sharing Assistant

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  • 1. CONFIDENTIAL Jot.to The Information Management and Sharing Assistant Innovation Challenge 2012-2013 IIBA Italy Chapter Award Finalist idea at: 18 giugno 2013
  • 2. . 2CONFIDENTIAL “ PANTA REI” (Eraclito, 535-475 a.C.) Several years ago, someone already summarized in two simple words something that we daily accept in a passive or proactive way Life is a flow of events, information, thoughts, ideas, moments that are willing to be kept and painted on a white cloth. It is a flow of colors that a stroke of brush will merge and fix to create a masterpiece Are we always able to catch the moment and fix the right idea? Can we remember the thin detail that would make the difference? Have we got a tool that makes it fast and simple the merging of every single dot of color, in order to create a wonderful painting? 18/06/2013 Jot.to @ IIBA Italy Chapter Innovation Challenge 2012-2013
  • 3. . 3CONFIDENTIAL 18/06/2013 Jot.to @ IIBA Italy Chapter Innovation Challenge 2012-2013 1. Jot down 2. Reorganize 3. Make correlations 4. Share info 5. Search info Jot.to is a workspace where you are able to: What’s Jot.to?
  • 4. . 4CONFIDENTIAL 1. Jot down any information you are thinking about “Information”  could be everything you are able to drop in a digital way, voice and hand-writing included, through any sort of device you use to collect data (text files, images, short messages, video, documents, voice recording, etc.) Any information is called “knowdata” 18/06/2013 Jot.to @ IIBA Italy Chapter Innovation Challenge 2012-2013 1. Jot down “Jotting”  means that you are able to collect information without any kind of categorization or prioritization  if you are thinking about something and at the same time an idea or sentence comes up, you are able to simply note it in somewhere  do not care if the information is well written or well designed  At that time you are just collecting data or drawing a path following your mind maps
  • 5. . 5CONFIDENTIAL 2. Reorganize: understand if data could be useful Once you have got information:  it is time to elaborate it,  analyzing the meaning and finding specific “keys” that could be shared with other elements in the workspace 18/06/2013 Jot.to @ IIBA Italy Chapter Innovation Challenge 2012-2013 2. Reorganize For instance, if the information is a text file, it means to highlight key-words Otherwise, you have to associate related tags or key-words that could fit information NOTE: even if you identified specific key-words, Jot.to will be able to find secondary tags to associate, maybe “reading” doc indexes, slide titles, file names, etc.
  • 6. . 6CONFIDENTIAL 3. Extend your knowledge… making correlations between information 18/06/2013 Jot.to @ IIBA Italy Chapter Innovation Challenge 2012-2013 3. Make correlations Thanks to tags and key-words, Jot.to will propose you correlations between new information and any knowdata already stored in the workspace: are there knowdata with similar properties? Selecting correlations proposed by Jot.to, or defining new ones manually, you are creating a “knowspace” starting from a “workspace”!  it is possible to create a workspace subset (or “knowset”) dedicated to a specific topic to aggregate several correlated information  you are able to correlate an element with a knowset and, at the same time, make correlations with any other one in the entire knowspace
  • 7. . 7CONFIDENTIAL 18/06/2013 Jot.to @ IIBA Italy Chapter Innovation Challenge 2012-2013 4. Extend your knowledge… sharing information between knowsets and/or knowspaces 4. Share info Until now you are able to collect and manage your own information The next step should be sharing information between your colleagues, your team, your friends, your company, … , your social/professional networks: with Jot.to you are able to share specific knowsets or whole knowspaces  Jot.to will extend your knowledge proposing correlations into perimeter you identified…  even using external channels natively integrated (i.e. social networks, office automation tools, project management tools, etc.)
  • 8. . 8CONFIDENTIAL 5. Search info 18/06/2013 Jot.to @ IIBA Italy Chapter Innovation Challenge 2012-2013 4. Extend your knowledge… searching information into knowspaces Jot.to could be used to collect information or to search information related to specific topic  you’re able to quickly find any kind of data related to it into knowspaces,  access to external searching engines (i.e. Google, Wing, etc.), and  wrap information to create new knowdata
  • 9. . 9CONFIDENTIAL Jot.to: how it works? Find it out in next demo session ;) Vito Savino vito.savino@sgsbp.it Alessandro Rogora alessandro.rogora@reti.it 18/06/2013 Jot.to @ IIBA Italy Chapter Innovation Challenge 2012-2013