Markets and networks
Airlines have strong incentives to make normal travel hell. That's the argument Tim Wu makes in a post on The New Yorker site Dec 26 ("Why Airlines Want to Make You Suffer," .) He's right not only about airlines but also about the Internet, and about knowledge.
TUESDAY DECEMBER 13
11:00AM PT / 2:00PM ET
During the last few years, the Google Search Appliance (GSA) has been adopted by thousands of organizations, large and small, who were attracted by its speed, simplicity and relevancy. Larger organizations are now rolling out use of the GSA to embrace true universal search.
Search Technologies is the leading independent IT services company dedicated to search engine implementation. Search Technologies has helped more than 250 customers to build and roll out sophisticated search systems, and is working with a number of large corporations on enterprise-scale search projects using the GSA.
In this webcast, Search Technologies and Google will address three key implementation issues that all enterprise-scale projects face, which can now be fully addressed using the Google Search Appliance. It will be a practical, pragmatic presentation illustrated by examples from customer engagements throughout. You will also learn all about and see a demonstration of the latest GSA technology.
Audio is streamed over the Internet, so turn up your computer speakers!