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Enterprise Search News & Analysis

SharePoint 2013 - Planning a Search Strategy

The Olympic Games and US Presidential Elections come around every four years but SharePoint upgrades come on a three year cycle. There are still organizations using SharePoint 2007 and in the process of migrating to SharePoint 2010 and now we have SharePoint 2013 in all its glory.  

Rethinking the Intranet - Where Does Search Fit In?

There have been some great articles this month on CMSWire on the future direction for intranets, and how your organization might want to "re-think" or re-imagine its intranet. Subjects such as Information Architecture, the changing nature of work, and developing employee trust in your digital workplace have been covered. I would like to follow up with a few paragraphs on how search and your search strategy fit into your views of an ever evolving intranet. So, how is search evolving on your intranet? Are you equipped from a strategy and personnel point of view, or have you been fooled into concentrating purely on the technology?

Contextualized Computing and the Death of Traditional Enterprise Search

Contextualized computing, or the intelligent analysis of individual online behavior to provide targeted content, has had a major impact on consumer search. Now it appears contextualized computing may soon have a major impact on enterprise search as well.

Social Reconnects Enterprise Search

Enterprise Search continues to go through transformations to improve its usefulness for all employees, since information is common currency for practically everyone in every organization.

DtSearch 7.70 Adds Document Filters, Increased Multi-Level Search

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.

Is There a Future for Enterprise Search?

In September I was taking part in a European Commission conference on search computing at which a senior executive of a major search technology vendor proclaimed that enterprise search is dead, and that the focus should be on data analytics. Without doubt there are some significant benefits in enabling managers to look for trends and outliers in the mass of data that is now being collected by many companies, but that does not mean to say that "enterprise search is dead."

Google Upgrades Enterprise Search Appliance, Adds SharePoint Integration

The Google Search Appliance (GSA), first introduced ten years ago, is getting upgraded. Version 7.0 from the search giant provides new capabilities for employees to find what they need inside an enterprise.

Autonomy Product Innovations for Law Firms & Legal Departments More Social, Mobile

Lawyers have some new tools with which to fight their battles. Today, HP-owned Autonomy unveiled three new innovations for its products that are designed to help law firms and corporate legal departments utilize the convergence of social, cloud and mobile technologies.

HP Suffers Biggest Loss In Company History, Autonomy Still Requires 'Attention'

If HP investors were expecting Meg Whitman to produce a miracle at HP and turn the company around in 12 months, then last night’s earnings call will have disappointed. The hardware-software giant announced a Q3 loss of US$ 8.9 billion -- its biggest quarterly loss in its history with Autonomy dragging on an already poor performance for hardware sales.

Microsoft First Ever Quarterly Loss Signals End of an Era

The tech industry has been busy reporting earning this week. As usual, there were winners and losers, but the biggest news is Microsoft’s first quarterly loss since the company went public almost three decades ago. Is this the end of an era?

IBM Launches New Mobile Collaboration Platform, Integrates Big Data Search and Analytics

Another mobile content collaboration platform? Big Deal! Except this is from IBM, and while we know that IBM does collaboration quite well already, the difference with the newly released IBM Content Navigator is that it also integrates with its data analytics and Big Data capabilities, making it a pretty formidable tool for workers on the road.

HP Slashes 27,000 Jobs as Revamp Begins, Lynch Jumps From Autonomy

Just because you know something is going to happen -- particularly something bad -- it can still have a negative impact. A case in point is the loss of 27,000 jobs at HP out of its estimated 350,000 workforce.

Q-Sensei Enterprise v2.0 Search Improves Big Data Support

qsensei_logo.png Q-Sensei Corp., a multi-dimensional search and indexing technology company, announced the release of Q-Sensei Enterprise v2.0 featuring ontology-based data processing and a new API.

Amazon Releases New Search-as-a-Service in the Cloud

amazon_aws_logo.jpgAmazon Web Services has released its cloud search offering, CloudSearch, which has been rumored for months. The new service is based on the same technology that powers product searches on Amazon.com. Amazon is the first company to offer search-as-a-service, but something tells us the Internet giant’s competitors will soon be scrambling to keep up now that Amazon has entered the market.

Opportunities Abound for Social Video, Dynamic Conversations, Enterprise Search #gartnerpcc

Gartner: Portals, Content and Collaboration isn’t just about the sessions and keynotes, it’s about building relationships with attendees and exhibitors alike. This week, many key social business vendors announced new releases and launches. Here are a few that caught our attention.

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