K Abbreviation of Kilo.
Key Unique identifiers such as ID numbers, file references, etc. logically associated with an image document and used as index information. A key value is also used along with ODBC for matching and pulling data from line of business applications into document management systems.
Keyword A significant word in a document that helps to define the content of the document.
Kilo One thousand units
Kilobyte (KB) One thousand bytes.
KM see Knowledge Management
Knowledge Management Organizational processes that seek synergistic combination of the data and information processing capacity of information technologies with the creative and innovative capacity of human beings (Yogesh Malhotra). A subdivision of document/content management primarily concerned with facilitating access to the knowledge/information held in documents. Places accent on portals, full text retrieval and auto classification to aid subject searching.