Tag: search

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Knowledge & Findability

Glean Raises $100M to Unify Search Across Enterprise Apps

The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company wants to help workers quickly find the information and resources they need to get work done.

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Information Management

Sinequa Introduces Cloud-Native Enterprise Search Platform

The Paris-based company's Search Cloud aims to put enterprise search tools in the hands of more employees via cloud-based applications.

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Information Management

Elastic Targets Enterprise Search Enhancements With Elastic 8.0

Elastic announces Elastic 8.0, expanding search relevance with native vector search, simplified data onboarding and streamlined security.

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Information Management

Jina AI Raises $30 Million to Build Neural Search

The Berlin-based company uses open-source code to create a cloud-native search solution to speed up the pace of digital business.

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Learning & Development

Fuse Plugs Search Into Go1's Learning Content

The new partnership brings Fuse's AI-powered search technology to Go1's growing content library and makes employee learning more engaging and self-directed.

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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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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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Knowledge & Findability

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.