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How To: Exploiting Big Data with Indexes

Use Case: In today’s business environment, more than ever, it’s simply not good enough to be average. Organizations of all sizes have to strive to create competitive advantages, understand trends and gain better insight into operational efficiency. One of the most useful...

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10 Ways to Improve Capture OCR and Indexing

Many organizations have great capture tools but aren’t using them effectively, often without realizing the gap between what they're doing and what they could be doing. You may have invested in capture and OCR technology from ABBYY , AnyDoc , Captiva , Datacap , Kofax , Parascript...

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Information Architecture and Indexing for Mobile Applications

Earley & Associates (E&A), a leading information architecture, taxonomy and search consultancy, has announced Information Architecture (IA) and indexing services for mobile application providers. E&A’s mobile content architecture services tailor core methodologies for taxonomy...

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Big Data = Big Challenges = Big Opportunity

Oh, my dear friend “Big Data”. Oh, “Big Data” you are spawning a whole new industry. “Big Data” you are reengineering the required skills of the stereotypical Information Technology (IT) specialist like never before. “Big Data” and your close...

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Using Machine Aided Indexing To Increase Accountability

Growing up my family lived and breathed Penn State football. We lived in South Bend, Indiana, Notre Dame country, but my dad was a PSU alumni so that was where our allegiances lived. My kids even have a Penn State stuffed animal which you can squeeze and it plays the fight song and chants ...

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Recommended Workflow for Large Format Scanning

So many times, we jump into the process because it seems so simple. Until you get into the groove and actually use the data, many of us don’t really understand our own needs. With the large format documents, there are the obvious steps and then there are those we tend to overlook. ...

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To name or rename a drawing, that is the question

A few months ago, I recall a dialog thread on the issue of renaming scanned images. The question was should you rename your image files? My initial response is “why would you do that?” In this case, it was assumed the renaming was to “label” the file to make it easier...

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An Extra Set of Brains

One of the slamdunkiest decisions I've made as an ECM manager is to hire summer interns. I trade on the attraction of my adopted industry (management consulting) to enlist the help of grateful and mostly gifted foreign nationals in the U.S. for the first time. Their eagerness to join forces...

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What would you tell yourself if you could go back in time before the project started?

Imagine that I have a time traveling DeLorean that can magically whisk you back in time to before you started your capture project. I know, you aren’t supposed to take rides from strangers, but let’s make an exception. We’ve all heard the phrase that hindsight is 20/20, and...

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Similar in Capture... Contradicting in Outcomes

Ever wondered how you got the technology right but gained no benefits? Ever wondered how you got the user acceptance and still see no benefits? Ever wondered how the best capture experts could not improve on a working capture system? Well, you have done no wrong, at least, not with your...

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