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  • HP Sues to Recover $5.1B From Autonomy Deal

    Hewlett-Packard Co. filed a suit in London’s High Court against Michael Lynch and a former colleague for about $5.1 billion for damages in connection with their management of Autonomy, the software company Lynch co-founded.

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  • Apache: What a Zoo

    Apache: What a Zoo

    "Someone told me it’s all happening at the zoo ..." If you're old enough to remember Simon and Garfunkel, you may appreciate that 48 years ago this month, their song “At the Zoo” entered the Billboard Top 10.

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  • Bridging Senior Management Disconnect with Digital

    This is the age of fast, give-it-to-me-now, you-better-make-it-simple convenience.

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  • More SharePoint 2013 Search Tips for Power Users

    More SharePoint 2013 Search Tips for Power Users

    As a power user of SharePoint you may wonder how to make the most of all of the search features in SharePoint 2013. We covered Continuous Crawl, Content Search Web Part and Query Rules previously, so let's take a deep dive into Search Schema and the new Refinement Panel.

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  • Rethinking Work with Office Graph and Delve

    Microsoft began rolling out Office Graph and Delve in September of last year and by now, most tenants have access. So now's the time to think about how we can use them in a more conscious way.

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  • Link Information Architecture to Productivity

    Link Information Architecture to Productivity

    The importance of a strong metadata and taxonomy strategy is unclear for many users. And this lack of clarity is fairly widespread across most organizations using SharePoint. But it's not just a SharePoint problem: the same issues are common to every other knowledge management or collaboration platform.

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  • 6 Ways Enterprise Search is Nothing like Google Search

    6 Ways Enterprise Search is Nothing like Google Search

    Google's popularity in the consumer world causes many people to have similar expectations of enterprise search. Beyond the 3000 plus engineers that Google has working on its search algorithms, ranking and relevancy of results, there are many other ways that the two cannot be compared.

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  • Plan for Migration Success with Search

    Plan for Migration Success with Search

    Migrating a website or an intranet to a new CMS or new information architecture comes with considerable challenges. Automated tools can support the process, but almost inevitably a great deal of discussion and work will need to take place around specific areas of the site.

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  • AI in the Enterprise: A Sign of Things to Come?

    AI in the Enterprise: A Sign of Things to Come?

    Smartphones will be in the hands of a quarter of the world population by 2017, according to forecasts from the likes of eMarketer. As a result, businesses of all sizes will have growing needs for mobile applications, including solutions that automate tasks such as managing calendars. Lowdownapp is one such

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  • The End of Knowledge Management is Already Here

    Despite what people think, the end state of knowledge management is already here. All future things are uncertain and that is not going to change no matter how much information, or how many artifacts, you have at hand.

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  • Search Isn't Dead, It's Gone Incognito

    Search Isn't Dead, It's Gone Incognito

    In Days Gone By Search may not be dead, but it’s certainly not the search we all knew and used as recently as 10 years ago (I really couldn’t say we “knew and loved,” could I?) Verity, Fulcrum, Thunderstone and other enterprise search products shipped with command like index utilities

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  • Unravelling Enterprise Federated Search

    Unravelling Enterprise Federated Search

    Enterprise search helps employees find the information they need, confident in the knowledge that all potential repositories have been indexed. In an ideal world, queries could be entered in a single search box to generate all relevant results from across all information resources of the organization.

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  • CMSWire Top Contributors 2014 - Martin White

    UK-based Martin White has been involved in information retrieval and search for nearly four decades as a consultant, author and columnist. A chemist by education but an information scientist by profession, he has a passion for intranets and enterprise search. As owner and managing director at Intranet Focus Ltd.

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  • The Power User Cheat Sheet to SharePoint 2013 Search

    The Power User Cheat Sheet to SharePoint 2013 Search

    If you've spent any time researching SharePoint 2013 you already know that one of the most exciting components was Microsoft’s integration of FAST Search features into the product.

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