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Enterprise Search – the Road to Optimizing Corporate Data Discoverability

For the past several years, the search spotlight has been focused on optimizing the discoverability of content on the public internet. The super powers of web search— including Google, Yahoo!, and Bing —have been duking it out for clicks and attention for years. Although it may get less press, information and technology executives everywhere have actually been trying to emulate data discoverability of both structured and unstructured corporate data as well —but with limited success. Ultimately, internal information discovery is all about enterprise search, and it is often the key to optimizing efficiency and productivity in an organization. Continue reading…

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Content Management Challenges for the Utilities Sector

A utility company is a combination of many businesses:  It is a construction company, an engineering firm, a property manager, a lobbyist, a law firm, a billing service, a marketing and communications business, and an owner/operator of large infrastructure investments all wrapped into one.  Sharing information in this environment is a challenge, because most departments in the organization have developed specific and often walled-off line-of-business applications for their business processes.
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