Dtsearch News & Analysis
| Friday Nov 21, 2014
The latest in accessing, managing, joining, designing, rewarding, capturing, attributing, digitizing and widgeting from the City of Love and the Old Line State, La-La Land, Puritan City, the Fourth City, Shaky Town, the Five Boroughs and the dirtiest little town west of the Mississippi, the 'Loo and Watch City.
| Wednesday Nov 13, 2013
This week in the world of document management there have been a number of upgrades and releases, including the introduction of multi-tasking for Yahoo Mail and enhanced search from dtSearch. In addition, new research shows document capture is still big business and Microsoft continued to extend the market reach of Office 365.
| Wednesday May 8, 2013
This week in the realm of Document Management, Microsoft finally cleared up one of the big questions surrounding Office -- the subscription model and where it is going in the future. In other news, EMC is holding its annual show and hosted a lot of interesting developments with Documentum, while NetDocuments opens an app store and dtSearch upgraded.
| Tuesday Oct 23, 2012
Enterprise-based searching always wants more. And dtSearch, a supplier of enterprise and developer text retrieval software, is offering more -- with the recently announced version 7.70 of its product line.
| Wednesday Jun 27, 2012
This week OpenText has announced an upgrade to its SharePoint 10 governance solution, Symantec has pushed its Windows recovery solution onto Azure, NextDocs offers a cloud-based compliance solution built from ground up, while AccessData and dtSearch Partner.
| Friday Oct 9, 2009
In the current climate anything for free can only be a good thing. So news that Doculex (news, site) has announced the availability of a free connector that allows users to integrate their business applications with the company’s Archive Studio WebSearch document management software is especially good.
| Wednesday May 27, 2009
Document management software vendor DocuLex (news, site) continues to develop its email offering, this time with enhanced security that allows WebSearch, its email archiving and document management solution, to detect unauthorized and inappropriate content.
| Tuesday Apr 14, 2009
A new partnership that will see DocuLex’s (news, site) Archive Studio integrate enterprise-wide search products developed by dtSearch, will provide enhanced e-mail archiving abilities leveraging security features from the recently launched IE8.
The integration of the two, which sees dtSearch Engine embedded in the WebSearch component of DocuLex’s Archive Studio, will allow users pull mail -- both in-bound and outbound -- from Microsoft’s Exchange Journal mailbox.