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The BRINT Institute (short for 'Business Research in Information and Technology') is a New York based social enterprise focused on Business Technology Management and Knowledge Management research and education founded in 1994. It was originally conceived to bridge the gaps between business and technology, data and knowledge, and theory and practice. It was behind the creation of globally popular content and community portals on Business Technology Management and Knowledge Management. It created the WWW Virtual Library on Knowledge Management for the World Wide Web Virtual Library. Its work has been referenced by many management and business magazines and journals since early popularity of the World Wide Web. It is indexed in the ISI Web of Knowledge by Thomson Scientific.
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