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Enterprise Search

Buyers' Guide

Posted July 07, 2006

NLP solution from Teragram Posted July 05, 2006

Inxight releases Version 5.0 Posted June 28, 2006

X1 adds connectors Posted June 21, 2006

FAST InStream for Data Classification Posted June 21, 2006

NewsGator offers new platform Posted June 14, 2006

Posted June 14, 2006

Posted June 12, 2006

Nervana Discovery 3.0 Posted June 07, 2006

All-cash deal worth $465 million Posted June 07, 2006

Inxight introduces Search Extender Posted May 31, 2006

Projects & Expertise application Posted May 31, 2006

Site search and analysis Posted May 26, 2006

Stellent announces Site Studio Posted May 22, 2006

PersonalBrain 3.0 Posted May 10, 2006

Autonomy announces enhancements Posted May 08, 2006

BI support for OneBox Posted May 08, 2006

Siderean introduces Searmark Navigator 4.0 Posted May 03, 2006

InStream integrated into UCM Posted May 03, 2006

Posted May 03, 2006

Attensity releases beta of Server 4.0 Posted May 01, 2006

Zenprise offers service management software Posted May 01, 2006

Inxight announces SmartDiscovery Extraction Server Posted April 26, 2006

Many IT professionals and Webmasters expect search to be baked into their existing applications. What’s delivered is a search soufflé that disappoints. Posted April 26, 2006

Endeca unveils the Information Access Platform Posted April 26, 2006

Introduces new capabilities for search appliance Posted April 19, 2006

Sign technology transfer deal Posted April 17, 2006

Extend business intelligence Posted April 10, 2006

Launches Enterprise Search 4.0 Posted April 10, 2006

Posted April 10, 2006

Introduces Market Solutions Posted April 03, 2006

More juice for Web analytics sector Posted April 01, 2006

Arbortext releases Advanced Print Publisher 9 Posted April 01, 2006

Desktop search from mobile phones Posted April 01, 2006

The performance of any organization depends heavily on how well its people use information to make decisions and do their jobs. First, though... Posted March 31, 2006

There are many drivers that require companies to manage knowledge more effectively—the incredible rate at which electronic data is reproduced and stored... Posted March 29, 2006

Search engines today are built with an innately document-centric view of the world. This is hardly surprising, given how the technology has evolved, but it is often not the paradigm best utilized for providing an answer to a user's search request... Posted March 29, 2006

The need for fast, accurate search and retrieval continues to be a significant factor in driving software sales for Fortune 1,000 companies and their employees... Posted March 29, 2006

While browsing through various historical maps featured in the “American Treasures” collection at the Library of Congress the other day, one thing became very evident... Posted March 29, 2006

When online marketers and Internet technologists talk about “search,” usually the image of millions of shoppers, researchers and office workers typing queries... Posted March 29, 2006

If lowering costs, closing more issues at first contact, or increasing customer satisfaction are on your contact center’s to-do list... Posted March 29, 2006

Quicker than you can say Sarbanes-Oxley, the enterprise search market has gone from serving a relatively quiet existence as a nice-to-have technology... Posted March 29, 2006

In the legal community, search technology has become as critical to the preparation of major lawsuits as securing witnesses and researching case law. Posted March 29, 2006

Posted March 27, 2006

Posted March 27, 2006

Posted March 27, 2006

Posted March 27, 2006

Over the past year, search technology has shown remarkable progress in both its features and in the interest from prospective users. Initiatives by high-visibility firms such as Google have drawn attention to it, and enterprises are aggressively seeking more powerful ways of accessing their content. Posted March 27, 2006

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