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Enterprise Search

Facilitating search across 10 million documents while maintaining strict control of users' access rights Posted December 09, 2013

Introduces Coveo for Salesforce Communities Posted November 20, 2013

Broader data acquisition, enhanced exploration and distribution capabilities Posted November 18, 2013

MetaVis platform preserves content and metadata Posted October 31, 2013

Video should be as searchable, discoverable, and engaging as text Posted October 30, 2013

Partner for KM and information management solutions Posted October 29, 2013

The winners of the KM Promise and the KM Reality awards will be formally announced on Thursday, Nov. 7, at the 2013 KMWorld Conference at the Renaissance Downtown Hotel in Washington, D.C. Posted October 29, 2013

Adaptive introduces Web platform with semantic ontology capabilities Posted October 14, 2013

Access to contextual knowledge from across the Salesforce platform Posted October 07, 2013

"A case handler can be fully operational with Sinequa after just one hour of training" Posted October 02, 2013

More capabilities for SharePoint administrators Posted September 16, 2013

Enhances enterprise search capabilities Posted September 11, 2013

The common thread running through all the products listed here is the unique value—and potential value—they offer the organization, its workers and their various constituencies. Posted September 01, 2013

Darwin Ecosystem launches API Posted August 19, 2013

Interactive graphical visualization of keyword and cluster relationships. Posted July 23, 2013

Adds significant connectors for the cloud Posted July 18, 2013

Concept Searching enhances conceptClassifier Posted July 12, 2013

Transform unstructured content for Big Data, etc. Posted July 08, 2013

Alliance formalized after joint NASA project Posted July 03, 2013

Specialists in the enterprise will need desktop search systems as long as there are desktop computers. The "death" of a PC does not mean that an entire population will disappear overnight. On the other hand, desktop search is not perfect, and innovation seems to have stalled. Posted July 01, 2013

Acquires i3 Analytics Posted June 28, 2013

MetaVis upgrades Information Manager Enterprise User Edition Posted June 20, 2013

Enterprise records management Posted June 19, 2013

Relativity 8 adds e-mail threading, further enhancements Posted June 11, 2013

SherWeb selects the MetaVis Architect Suite because of its functionality and because it did not require installation or deployment of any server side controls Posted June 10, 2013

National Instruments selects Attivio's Active Intelligent Engine Posted June 03, 2013

Automates enrichment of columns with domain-specific metadata Posted May 28, 2013

"Semantic technology can improve indexing, identify entities and output tags, which can be analyzed by sophisticated numerical recipes..." Posted May 28, 2013

Introduces Content Matrix Migration Express Posted May 15, 2013

Crowd-sourced intelligence for customer experience Posted May 08, 2013

KANA launches Response 13R1 with integrated text analytics Posted May 07, 2013

Search is moving up the agenda for many European companies. We take a look at the key trends and latest developments to be covered at the upcoming Enterprise Search Europe conference. Posted May 06, 2013

Real-time analytics and discovery for big data Posted May 03, 2013

The inability to identify the value in unstructured content is the primary challenge in any application that requires the use of metadata. If you aren't managing it, you won't find it. At the most basic level, enterprise search has become inadequate. Bells and whistles abound but the unsolved problem still exists. Search cannot find and deliver relevant information in the right context, at the right time. This laissez-faire approach, starting with executive management on down, illustrates the inability of organizations to elevate search to a key component and critical enabler for improving business outcomes. An information governance approach that creates the infrastructure framework to encompass automated intelligent metadata generation, auto-classification, and the use of goal- and mission-aligned taxonomies is required. . . . Posted April 30, 2013

Big data. Unstructured data. Semi-structured data. Data is all over the technology news, and for good reason. It is overwhelming organizations, requiring them to find new ways to operate, stay competitive, better serve their customers and bring new products to market faster.

Companies are finding themselves with piles of information within multiple channels, locked away in silos-different systems, different departments, different geographies and different data types, making it impossible to connect the dots and make sense of critical business information.

Hidden inside streams of structured and unstructured data across cloud, social and on-premise systems are information relationships that answer questions employees haven't even thought to ask, but need to be asking. . . .
Posted April 30, 2013

"Ninety percent of the world's data has been created in just the last two years. But when it comes to information, there is no immediate benefit to simply amassing exabytes of content. The real gains come when organizations are able to translate, understand and apply the insight that is contained within this flood of information.

One of the main challenges posed by today's information explosion is that content is fragmented into disparate "silos," such as file servers, collaboration suites, email systems and other repository types. Also, more information is quickly migrating to the cloud. In this scenario, traditional KM systems fall short because they are not equipped to derive the intelligence contained in this information. . . ."
Posted April 30, 2013

"Writing about enterprise search is not the cakewalk it used to be. With customers demanding more business value, and vendors responding by becoming more "purpose-driven" and specialized, the search market has fragmented into a series of business applications that only opaquely rely on "the search engine" to accomplish their tasks. I often call it "the technology arc." At first, all you have to do is say "enterprise search," and you have the attention of the users and the investors. Then after a while, you have to ask, "What can this new technology do for me?" Then after a while and the shine off the lily (or however that expression goes), you need to ask, "Where is the business process improvement..." Posted April 30, 2013

"It is important to choose the right search technology for the content, and to recognize the need for ongoing tuning..." Posted April 29, 2013

Clarabridge launches Version 6.0 Posted April 22, 2013

Search and discovery tools for professional and academic researchers Posted April 15, 2013

Unveils two additions to platform Posted April 03, 2013

Search has to be more than finding documents. It needs to integrate complex content from multiple sources and provide the output as an information resource to decision makers. Posted March 31, 2013

We live in the information age when, in theory, millions of documents sit at our fingertips and are only a search away. In our personal lives, where "to Google" has become a common verb, this is certainly true—but in our professional lives, access to enterprise information is far less certain.

Any large organization builds up a huge amount of information, most of it as unstructured content, each week—and many have archives going back years or even decades. All this information could be used to provide background for proposals and projects, to inform business relationships, to enable collaboration, to avoid repetition of research, to repurpose content and generally to streamline. . . .
Posted March 26, 2013

We have entered the era of "big content" and there is no end in sight to the rapid growth of content. Analyst estimates have pegged the total amount of content in 2020 to blow past 40 zettabytes (ZB)—a figure that is difficult for even the most seasoned IT professional to wrap his head around. Because SharePoint has evolved into the content management platform of choice, a majority of this content will be stored, managed and organized within your SharePoint environment. When it comes to SharePoint, myriad problems arise when you deal with growing content across multiple farms in multiple physical locations. How can you effectively and efficiently manage terabytes of business content? Posted March 26, 2013

Turning information into strategic assets Posted March 22, 2013

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