Tag: enterprise search

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Knowledge & Findability

Not So Open Any More: Elasticsearch Relicensing and Implications for Open Source Search

Elastic’s actions over the years, such as deliberately mixing Apache 2 and Elastic licensed code, have shown it was shifting away from a true open source model.

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Knowledge & Findability

When Personalized Enterprise Search Results Are Hidden in a Black Box

AI has a place in enterprise search. But businesses need to ensure appropriate levels of performance, transparency and evaluation come along with it.

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Knowledge & Findability

Reading Between the Lines of Enterprise Search

Every search vendor claims to have a unique, easy to install, manage and integrate solution that delivers highly relevant results in seconds.

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Knowledge & Findability

Scanning and Selecting Enterprise Search Results: Not as Easy as It Looks

We tend to talk very glibly about scanning a list of search results without for one moment considering what this action involves.

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Knowledge & Findability

SharePoint Syntex: The First Stop on the Road to Project Cortex

Project Cortex is more of a vision than a product, and SharePoint Syntex is the first service on the road to realizing that vision.

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Knowledge & Findability

Why Enterprise Search Should Be Like Your Favorite Restaurant

How long would a restaurant survive if it ignored customer concerns and never improved? Why should search applications be any different?

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Digital Workplace

Scott Parker: Capturing the Signals in the Noise of the Digital Workplace

Scott Parker of Sinequa discusses the relationship between employee experience and CX and how AI can help employees cut through information overload.

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Information Management

How Satisfied Are Your Employees With Search?

Search managers can improve user satisfaction with intranet and enterprise search without breaking the bank. Here's how to get started.

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Information Management

The Risks and Consequences of Information Mismanagement

In so many cases, information mismanagement isn't a failure of technology so much as a failure of management to understand and take the necessary action.

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Digital Workplace

Is It Time to Revisit Your Digital Workplace Strategy?

There's no better time than the present to take a hard look at the digital workplace strategy of your business.

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Knowledge & Findability

Managing Enterprise Search Security

Just because your enterprise search application indexes all of your organization's information doesn't mean you get to see it all when you carry out a search.

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Knowledge & Findability

Why Is Enterprise Search So Difficult?

Frustration and dissatisfaction are common emotions when it comes to enterprise search. Why is that the case?

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Where Have All the Experts Gone? The Hunt for Corporate Expertise

One of the many complications with COVID-19 planning is that from month to month the expertise resources of your organization will change.

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Information Management

Distributed Information Management: The Oxygen of Your Organization

Oxygen is just 21% of the air we breathe. We need to manage information with the same care as we ensure we have enough oxygen.

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Knowledge & Findability

Knowledge Management Remains a Great Challenge for Many Organizations

How can an organization's teams successfully manage knowledge through a crisis and beyond? One organization shares its strategies.

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Knowledge & Findability

Enterprise Search Development: Start With the User Interface

Search managers developing their existing application or planning a new application should start with the user interface (UI) and work backwards.

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Knowledge & Findability

Cognitive Tech, Implementation Challenges and Other Enterprise Search Trends

We've uncovered some important trends for enterprise search technologies and strategies.

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Enterprise Search and Machine Learning: A Match Whose Time Has Come

When you first introduce machine learning to your enterprise search, you’ll inevitably make some mistakes.

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Using AI for Metadata Creation

Rules-based auto-classification has been around for years, but recent advances in AI has made it a viable solution for improving an organization's metadata.

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How Sticky Is Your Enterprise Search?

Companies devote time and money to perfecting their website's SEO. Now it's time to devote some of the same resources to internal search.