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Findability is about making information easier to find. After all, if it cannot be found, it may as well not exist. In addition to traditional controlled vocabulary-based indexing, information architecture has evolved to make browsing and navigation methods more effective. "Semantic tagging," in the various ways that it is understood, is a term that describes many of these new (and some not-so-new) findability approaches.

Posted Sep 22, 2008

The latest version of Science.gov—Science.gov 5.0—has been launched.

Posted Sep 19, 2008

On Oct. 1, natural language search company Semantra will release Semantra 2.5 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. With this new product, Semantra seeks to bring effective, efficient search capabilities to the realm of business intelligence (BI). Semantra 2.5, which sits on top of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, streamlines searching within that enterprise application, with capabilities including summary analytics, linking results back to the CRM, exporting results into Excel, and dynamically adjusting results sets. This set of functions and Semantra's streamlined search interface are designed to simplify business intelligence and analytics so that every member of a sales team, irrespective of their technical expertise, has access to as much valuable BI information as possible.

Posted Sep 18, 2008

Google has bought Korea-based blogging software provider TNC.

Posted Sep 16, 2008

Simplexo, an Open Source Enterprise Search specialist, announced its official launch into the enterprise search market.

Posted Sep 12, 2008

Endeca Technologies, Inc., a search and information access software company, announced two new information visibility solutions for engineering and sourcing professionals within discrete manufacturing companies.

Posted Sep 09, 2008

iDashboards, a provider of Business Intelligence (BI) dashboard software, announced the availability of iDashboards 6.0.

Posted Sep 09, 2008

Infovell announced its research engine for the "Deep Web."

Posted Sep 09, 2008

ubExact announced the beta launch of a direct navigation, action-based search engine.

Posted Sep 05, 2008

Google Inc. launched Google Chrome, a new open source browser.

Posted Sep 05, 2008

Fios Inc. announced that it has formed strategic partnerships with three technology providers in the e-discovery market.

Posted Aug 29, 2008

IntApp Inc., the provider of risk management, time capture, and integration software for the legal industry, and Recommind, provider of enterprise search, email management, and eDiscovery systems for enterprises and law firms, announced a partnership to deliver enhanced information access and confidentiality controls for the legal industry.

Posted Aug 29, 2008

StoredIQ, Inc., eDiscovery technology provider, announced an expanded platform integration support and enhanced eDiscovery functionality designed to improve the efficiency of IT and legal teams performing work within the eDiscovery lifecycle.

Posted Aug 29, 2008

FTI Consulting, Inc., the business advisory firm, announced the availability of Attenex Patterns version 5.0.

Posted Aug 29, 2008

Future Point Systems, provider of Visual Information Systems (VIS), and dtSearch Corp., supplier of enterprise and developer text retrieval software, announced the integration of the dtSearch Text Retrieval Engine into the Starlight visual analytics platform.

Posted Aug 26, 2008

Collexis Holdings Inc., a developer of semantic search and knowledge discovery software, announced that it has partnered with Health Sciences South Carolina (HSSC) to launch a virtual knowledge directory of health science research being conducted across the state by HSSC partner institutions.

Posted Aug 26, 2008

Recommind, a provider of enterprise search, email management, and eDiscovery systems for enterprises and law firms, announced the availability of version 3.0 of its advanced Axcelerate eDiscovery software.

Posted Aug 26, 2008

Interwoven, Inc., provider of content management solutions, announced it has entered into an agreement with global business information solutions provider, LexisNexis, to integrate and launch Lexis Search Advantage, a new search enrichment offering, with Interwoven Universal Search.

Posted Aug 26, 2008

In a world of social media and online conversations, an increasing number of voices can be heard, and word certainly travels fast. Unfortunately, that word isn't always complimentary. Yet, many companies have no idea what negative information is being circulated and possibly eating away at their businesses and the reputations they have worked so hard to build.

Posted Aug 25, 2008

Nexidia, the provider of audio search and speech analytics solutions, announced the release of Nexidia Enterprise Speech Intelligence (ESI) 7.0, the latest version of its speech analytics solution.

Posted Aug 22, 2008

Northern Light, provider of strategic research portals, business research content, and search technology to global enterprises, launched a hosted market research portal specifically geared to help companies identify sales opportunities with federal, state, and local governments throughout the United States.

Posted Aug 22, 2008

Kalido, the active information management company, announced a new release of the core components of the Kalido Information Engine.

Posted Aug 19, 2008

NextLabs, Inc., a provider of policy-driven information risk management software, announced the availability of Enterprise DLP 3.5, the latest release of its host-based data loss prevention system.

Posted Aug 19, 2008

in its eagerness to make an impact in the enterprise search marketplace—a sector it has yet to satisfactorily conquer—Microsoft may have overlooked, or been inclined to dismiss, a number of apparent accounting irregularities on Fast Search & Transfer's books when it acquired the Norwegian search company for $1.2 billion in January 2008. The problems were no secret even then—inquiries related to FAST's accounting practices during the press conference call announcing the acquisition were met with pregnant pauses and "no comments"—but the story has grown more embarrassing for Microsoft in recent weeks as more details emerge about FAST and amid reports in the Norwegian press that the matter may come under criminal investigation.

Posted Aug 15, 2008

Abcam, a bioscience company specializing in the supply of antibodies from a web-based catalogue, and Transinsight, a specialist in semantic search technologies, announced collaboration in the field of protein information quality control using bioinformatics workflows.

Posted Aug 15, 2008

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