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Search is dead, long live search!

But most importantly, the application of content analytics and other search technology is now getting built-in to specific search applications for eDiscovery, compliance, auditing, and other real-world applications

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Metadata Truth – Fact or Fiction?

There is definitely a difference between low quality and high quality metadata, but is metadata truth achievable so it provides a consistent understanding across applications that use metadata to define the context and knowledge of the asset? Can metadata be accurate if used across multiple applications?

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Deep-Dive of Search in SharePoint 2013, Office 365 and SharePoint Online "From the Trenches"

Deep-Dive of Search in SharePoint 2013, Office 365 and SharePoint Online "From the Trenches" In this article, I will cover key service applications and services that power SharePoint 2013, Office 365 and SharePoint Online's search to enable your organization’s data to easily be found on-demand as well to enable the accuracy of your search results. SharePoint 2013’s search applications and related services are as follows: ■ SharePoint Server Search service ■ This service is responsible for crawling content, as shown in the image below, on your organizations search index and is automatically started on all servers that run search topology components

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In 2013 Search No More

SharePoint 2013's metadata driven navigation means the same shadowing of our cognitive impulses we've come to intimate from Google Suggest – a mental map immune to distraction (and open to our suggestion as designers)

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How to Become Litigation Ready

eDiscovery is a process that is completely driven by litigation response: if you are involved in litigation and have received a legal hold letter, you must follow the legal rules and best practices to avoid fines, sanctions and worst case: severe damage to your reputation and the potential for additional law suits and investigations

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Visual Information Retrieval: the Next challenge in Information Management

But on the last years, the quality of these visual search engines has reached levels that are beginning to be acceptable for eDiscovery, compliance, law enforcement and intelligence applications. More and more electronically stored information (ESI) is non-text based or does not contain any searchable text components: sound recordings, video and pictures are growing exponentially in size and more and more collaborative and social network applications support (only) these information formats

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Search And You Will Find - Where Is Enterprise Search?

Some organizations are beginning to recognize that search is not a stand-alone technology or application, but needs to be integrated with business processes and corporate objectives as a key infrastructure component

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