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Enterprise Search

Buyers' Guide

Said to be first FAST partner to build connectors Posted October 14, 2011

Releases Luxid 6 for text analytics Posted October 13, 2011

Web services framework Posted October 10, 2011

Lucid Imagination unleashes LucidWorks 2.0 Posted September 29, 2011

MetaVis announces new solution Posted September 28, 2011

Repeatable, auditable solution Posted September 21, 2011

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Metalogix and Equilibrium partner Posted September 16, 2011

Expanding presence in U.S. Posted September 15, 2011

Insights into the media landscape Posted September 08, 2011

Also unveils new SharePoint API Posted September 07, 2011

Ensim enhances its SharePoint Manager Posted September 05, 2011

Posted September 01, 2011

Seek & Collect Version 2.0 Posted August 25, 2011

Unleashes AIE XT Modules Posted August 22, 2011

Deal estimated at $10.3 billion Posted August 22, 2011

Text extraction for customer experience management Posted August 22, 2011

Enhances field service and sales organizations Posted August 16, 2011

Agentless offering simplifies administration Posted August 10, 2011

Join forces for agile BI Posted August 05, 2011

Document Filters 10.0 released Posted August 03, 2011

Celebrating KM Promise and KM Reality Posted July 28, 2011

MetaVis boasts ease for any version of SharePoint Posted June 29, 2011

Traction and Attivio team up for the enterprise Posted June 22, 2011

Plus new customer experience management steps to the front Posted June 13, 2011

Attensity lifts veil on Respond 5.1 Posted June 13, 2011

Springer and TEMIS extend alliance Posted June 01, 2011

Perfect Search and Caringo partner Posted June 01, 2011

Semiotics focuses on signs and symbols as indicators of meaning. In this article, Steve Arnold reviews systems that search for meaning in enterprise content. Posted May 28, 2011

Information Manager from MetaVis Posted May 25, 2011

Hosted e-discovery service Posted May 25, 2011

New connectors and framework in Decisiv Search 7.1 Posted May 16, 2011

Acquires Springboard Research Posted May 16, 2011

Milberg, a law firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Detroit and Tampa, has chosen a Web-based workflow and notification system to manage its legal hold and risk assessment processes in future cases Posted April 26, 2011

Let's face it—data will never be contained; it will continue to proliferate, particularly with the growth in popularity of social networks and communities. Trying to move it into a single knowledgebase or other system of record is a losing battle. Instead, the key to unleashing your data's potential lies in the ability to access it anywhere, anytime and across any and all systems. . . . Posted April 17, 2011

The success of a company depends on its ability to fully leverage its own information, knowledge and expertise. At the same time, the amount of information a company stores is doubled every year. Knowledge workers are forced to spend more and more time trying to extract useful information. In addition, several studies have shown that knowledge workers spend more than twice as much time. . . . Posted April 17, 2011

Security management in the context of secure search comes down to understanding the role and behaviors of search in three distinct areas: secure environments, secure transmission of content and secure access to content. The following summary provides security professionals with a framework for deploying secure search, and the key considerations for successful deployment. . . . Posted April 17, 2011

With the accelerating rates of change in content and data, we just don't know the size or shape of what we'll have to search next month. Will there be another social media channel for us to monitor? A new competitor whose website we want to keep an eye on? Or a whole new set of products we have to release to keep up with competition? In any case, we need a search strategy that is adaptable, scalable, economical and "intelligent. . . ." Posted April 17, 2011

I bet that if a coworker treated you the way most search engines do, you'd punch him in the nose: "Can you get me the TPS forms, please?" "We don't have any TPS forms. But if you'd like, I can get you 10,000 documents that use the letters ‘TPS.'" "May I have the TPS reports, please?" "Oh, sure! Here you are." And yet, this kind of nonsense is just what we've come to expect. . . . Posted April 17, 2011