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JUNE 27, 2008 [Document, People Search] KMWorld.com: What are people searching for and where are they looking?
Covering the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management. Document Management/Conversion. Enterprise Search. Image, Forms, Document Capture. Enterprise Search Center. Speech Technology. What are people searching for and where are they looking? Only 2 percent stated that they used their intranet search engines. Those searches were split between personal (57 percent) and business uses (43 percent). New EDD technology.
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JUNE 9, 2008 [Document, People Search] Microsoft Search Workshop Part 1
Earlier this year, Joining Dots ran a series of Enterprise Search workshops for Microsoft UK. Its purpose was to help organisations explore what enterprise search means and what Microsoft technologies can do to help implement an effective search solution. First, exploring 'what is enterprise search?' Second, an introduction to the current products in Microsoft's search portfolio. Desktop search is available from the likes of Microsoft, Google and Yahoo.
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JUNE 12, 2006 [Document, People Search] Joining Dots: Blog: Microsoft Search Strategy - Part 2
Please visit the new blog at www.joiningdots.com/blog/ 12 June 2006 Microsoft Search Strategy - Part 2 Part 1 looked at the current portfolio of search products and technologies available from Microsoft. As before, the content here is based on the search conference I attended last week, combined with some notes from the SharePoint conference held in May and some thoughts I had along the way. MS Search is also being improved within server products.
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MARCH 10, 2009 [Document, People Search] Enterprise 2.0 for an Enterprise of One – Part Two - Content Monitoring
tools can work for an enterprise of one, myself in this case. Then I looked at the tools I currently use for each major step before thinking about any further moves into the enterprise 2.0 I also enlisted the help of Gil Yehuda , former analyst at Forrester Research , who helped me think through the issues and, for this step, pointed me to the last three four tools below. RSS feeds, Twitter search, and Google Alerts are all excellent free resources. tools.
JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG [Document, People Search] More Thoughts On Demand: A Referendum of Sorts on Google and Social
| FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
Here are some thoughts now that I've had a chance to digest the document
. I find Demand's IPO interesting for several reasons, but the one that really gets me thinking is the company's positioning - a new form of media company that leverages technology
, algorithms, and scale. Demand has clearly found a strong and scaleable place in the search
and content ecosystem. Well, in short, people
are not predictable. It's a classic search
model. MORE >>
WWW.ROUGHTYPE.COM [Document, People Search] Rough Type: Nicholas Carr's Blog: Is Web 2.0 enterprise-ready?
| TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2006
home | archives & search
| rough type store | nicholasgcarr.com « Disneys screen test | Main | A beautiful mindlessness » Is Web 2.0 No matter how technologically
elegant their design, knowledge management "platforms" and "repositories" tend to quickly collapse under the weight of their own complexity. People
go back to using efficient, direct conversations - through meetings, or phone calls, or emails, or instant messages - to exchange useful knowledge. MORE >>
SOFTWAREWIKI.DACHISGROUP.COM [Document, People Search] Social Software Resources (Dachis Group Social Software Wiki)
| TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2009
www.sourceforge.net/projects/activegrid/ Unknown Adenin Technologies
delivers Intranet portal solutions that help mid-sized to large organizations around the world improve the productivity of their employees, gain agility and innovate more successfully. www.realcom-inc.com P&G, Sony WA Atlassian Atlassian creates collaboration and knowledge sharing tools
, including Confluence (enterprise wiki) and Jira (issue tracking). MORE >>
WWW.E-GINEER.COM [Document, People Search] Nathan @ e-gineer: Our Intranet, the Wiki: Case Study of a Wiki changing an Enterprise
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2008
There was no search
capability. Requirements for a new Intranet site were collected through 27 interviews with a variety of people
from all levels of the business. They highlight search
as a key requirement. Getting people
to contribute at all is hard, so we need to concentrate on letting people
do things rather than worrying about what they shouldnt do. People
shouldnt know or care that they are using a Wiki. New technologies
is important thing. MORE >>