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Connecticut Innovations (CI), a quasi-public authority responsible for technology investing and innovation development operated by the state of Connecticut, announced a follow-on investment of up to $550,000 in ExeCue Inc. of Stamford, Conn., through its Eli Whitney Fund. The investment is part of a round of up to $1.6 million also involving individual investors.

Posted Sep 02, 2010

A few months ago, Autonomy announced its plans to acquire CA's (formerly Computer Associates) Information Governance assets. This was a surprising acquisition from two angles: first that CA saw so little value in this division that the company decided to dump it, and secondly that Autonomy, which has overlapping technologies, felt the need to buy still more overlapping technologies.

Posted Aug 20, 2010

Sybase, Inc., a developer of enterprise and mobile software, is launching a variety of partnerships through its Sybase IQ partner program. The long list of companies involved in the partnerships include such names as ISYS Search Software, Kapow Technologies, SAS, Tableau Software, Zend Technologies, and Fuzzy Logix. According to Sybase, the relationships will allow the company to strengthen its Sybase IQ analytics solution.

Posted Aug 19, 2010

ECM developer Open Text Corporation announced Open Text Semantic Navigation, an innovative tool that helps audiences naturally navigate through volumes of information based on content meaning. The tool is designed with an eye towards increasing web marketing and online search effectiveness and is available as both a cloud-offering and an on-premise installation.

Posted Aug 19, 2010

StoredIQ, a creator of compliance, information management, and ediscovery solutions, announced that its Intelligent Information Management (IIM) Platform is now compatible with the Microsoft File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) technology included in Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2. StoredIQ says that this new compatibility will allow IIM to combine its resources with Microsoft's own data-classification technology.

Posted Aug 12, 2010

Information infrastructure software provider MarkLogic Corporation announced a value added reseller (VAR) agreement with Koios Group, a consultant in the defense and intelligence markets in the U.K. Koios serves the publishing, medical, and governmental markets, including international organizations such as NATO.

Posted Aug 10, 2010

Question and answer-based site Ask.com began testing a newly revamped version of its flagship site, which will focus more on answering questions. The new site is part of an announced strategy by the company to move away from providing links in response to queries, instead providing specific answers.

Posted Jul 29, 2010

Virtual directory technology provider Radiant Logic lifted the curtain on ID-Connect and Context Browser, two web-based client applications from version 5.3 of RadiantOne VDS Context Edition. ID-Connect allows businesses to connect to social networking services through a single interface integrated through Microsoft SharePoint.

Posted Jul 27, 2010

A recent PricewaterhouseCoopers report titled "Trial by Fire," found that in a global survey of 7,200 senior managers responsible for information security, not one reference to the problems arising from search security are to be found. Securing search should be a key concern in search implementations, however.

Posted Jul 21, 2010

Endeca Technologies, Inc., and hybris, a vendor of multi-channel commerce and communication software, announced Endeca Multichannel Commerce with hybris. The new release, the product of a partnership announced in late 2009, combines the hybris ecommerce platform and built-in product content management (PCM) system with Endeca's user experience and contextual marketing capabilities.

Posted Jul 20, 2010

San Diego-based business software company Anacomp, Inc. sold its document review software, CaseLogistix, to Thomson Reuters for an undisclosed sum. CaseLogistix provides document review, data ingestion and production tools to help litigation teams manage the electronic discovery review process.

Posted Jul 20, 2010

Chemidex, a specialized search engine for the fields of chemical and life science, as well as the world's largest repository of product technical literature for those industries, announced that it has changed its name to Innovadex. According to the newly renamed company, the move reflects its expansion into more diverse fields, including a majority of industrial, scientific, technical, and medical markets.

Posted Jul 15, 2010

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, committed to constructing the first online digitized presidential archive, will undertake the project with assistance from Endeca Technologies, Inc. Endeca will provide the technical and software assistance required to establish search capabilities at the archives' website.

Posted Jul 13, 2010

CABI announced a number of improvements to its CAB Direct reference service. In addition to the more than 8.8 million bibliographic records and 85,000 full-text articles available through the platform, users can now easily keep track of research with permanent marking of records, set aside up to 1000 records for additional examination and manipulation, and export citations and abstracts into tools such as RefWorks and EndNote.

Posted Jul 08, 2010

SAS, a provider of business analytics software and services, has acquired Memex. Memex offers intelligence management solutions that help improve intelligence processes, enhance public safety, and prevent and deter crime, terrorism, and other threats.

Posted Jun 24, 2010

Lijit Networks, a provider of search and discovery tools for online publishers, announced it has closed a $6,000,000 financing round led by Foundry Group. Also participating were Boulder Ventures and Colorado Fund I, managed by High Country Venture. The new investment brings the total venture capital investment in the company since its launch in 2006 to $17,000,000.

Posted Jun 24, 2010

Version 2.0 of Cambridge Semantics' Anzo platform is now available. Anzo 2.0 is a semantic technology application development suite designed to help businesses discover, integrate, analyze, and report on information contained within the enterprise without reliance on IT.

Posted Jun 22, 2010

Altus, a developer of enterprise video search solutions, announced the release of vSearch Mobile, a SaaS video solution that lets users store, manage, and create searchable rich media from virtually any source. The app is designed for mobile devices such as the iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, and Android-based handsets, and was engineered to help companies organize and share knowledge.

Posted Jun 17, 2010

Deep Web Technologies released details about its multilingual translation capability using its federated search application. WorldWideScience.org, the international science portal, is the first application to be deployed with the technology.

Posted Jun 15, 2010

The French 3D and product lifecycle management (PLM) provider Dassault Systèmes (DS) announced the acquisition of Exalead, a provider of search platforms and search-based applications (SBA) for consumer and business users. The deal is worth approximately €135 million (about $161.8 million).

Posted Jun 10, 2010

Endeca Technologies, Inc., a search applications company, announced that it has joined the PTC PartnerAdvantage Program to provide a direct integration between PTC Windchill and the Endeca Information Access Platform (IAP). With Endeca, PTC Windchill customers will be able to leverage the broad information visibility provided by Endeca Search Applications to support the many daily decisions required as part of their workflows.

Posted Jun 03, 2010

Yippy, Inc. announced its new company name and a stock symbol change. Previously known as Cinnabar Ventures, Inc., Yippy, Inc. will henceforth use the stock symbol YIPI. The company will continue to provide parents with a family friendly "cloud" environment through the company's Application Service Environment (ASE) and Web Operating System (WOS).

Posted Jun 03, 2010

Web-based productivity suite Zoho announced the launch of unified search for its full suite of applications, eliminating the need to search individually in each of the suite's several applications. The unified search functionality allows users to search the entirety of the Zoho suite with a single search query, letting companies find content regardless of whether it resides in Zoho Mail, Docs, Writer, Sheet, Show, Notebook, or any of the other Zoho apps.

Posted Jun 03, 2010

The French government and international news agency Agence France-Presse (AFP) have teamed up to spearhead a consortium of digital media content producers and publishers aiming to find a high-quality semantic search strategy for AFP's Arabic-language news, audio, and video multimedia content, a solution that creators hope could serve as a model platform for Arabic news organizations around the globe.

Posted Jun 02, 2010

DocuLex, creators of content management software, announced the addition of customized business process and collaborative workflow capability to DocuLex Archive Studio's just released WebSearch version 4.2. The program features a new, intelligent "decision engine" that organizes project information, and orchestrates flow to each staffer involved.

Posted May 20, 2010

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