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Social as a Search Layer

Now, on top of all of this sits search, and the need to find the content within the system...Social tools enable contextual search, surfacing data that would otherwise not be found through traditional search methods

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Big Data Meets the Search Media

At a certain point the machine mimmicks our perceived choices and guessing patterns so well that we cease to know or care how the search media is limiting or directing these choices . 2) What's the connection between non-organic search (unsponsored links) and what Google markets to its advertisers?

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Stop Complaining and Improve Your Search

Upload a single document into a brand new system, and search is going to be fairly simple. One document, one possible search result. Easy...Search just got a bit more difficult...Organization and search are key

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Contextualization is the End Goal in KM

One point that Paul made was that even within the definition of 'contextual search,' there is a vastly different result set between a two-dimensional search versus a three-dimensional search

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Moving from Records Management to Engagement

It extends search -- Social builds, extends, and improves search through the dynamic creation of end-user-generated keywords, or folksonomy

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Information Privacy and Security: Are you at risk?

I find myself reading an article this morning titled “ Court: No warrant needed to search cell phone ”, posted by Bob Sullivan on MSNBC’s the Red Tape Chronicles and wondering how ECM, ERM, content security and disposition would play into the scenario presented. In short, the story is about how in California, if you are arrested, the police have the right to seize and search your cell phone without a warrant. The premise is that it is part of your personal belongings and as such it can be searched as would other articles like cigarette packs and your clothes. Any information or data uncovered in this search can then be used against you

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Social Is at the Center of Productivity

Search and Dissemination Search has always been a central knowledge management concern. Storing content is relatively easy; creating a search platform that is easy to use and also powerful is both art and science. As the volume and complexity of our data has grown, the need for dynamic, powerful and personalized tools to help us search, find and share our content has become a business imperative. Microsoft understood the search requirement when it acquired FAST Search in 2008

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Social Activity As a Productivity-Driver

There are some "universal truths" that should be considered as you begin planning your metadata strategy: Metadata is fundamental to making social, knowledge management, and collaboration (certainly document management) work The business dynamics of how Information Workers capture, consume, and interact with data are changing Social tools are just another layer of the search experience Organizations don’t understand, much less track and measure, user productivity Three of these four points are clearly visible within SharePoint's social features, all of which center around keywords and metadata -- and can take advantage of your organization's taxonomy structure

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