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I got to thinking about the impact on information professionals of all the alternative avenues our clients have for getting access to the high-end content; we used to be able to control access, as owners of a Dialog or LexisNexis password. It is almost staggering to see how many sources people now have for published articles.

Posted Nov 10, 2005

Mercado Software, a provider of ecommerce search & merchandising solutions for online retail and B2B organizations, has announced the release of its new bSMART solution for B2B-focused online businesses.

Posted Nov 08, 2005

ECNext has announced the launch of Manta as a search destination for sources of business intelligence.

Posted Nov 08, 2005

PubSub, a search tool for tracking what people are saying about the topics they care about, has announced an agreement with Cymfony, a provider of automated media analysis and marketing intelligence solutions.

Posted Nov 08, 2005

IBM is delivering a new Public Image Monitoring Solution, a software offering designed with Nstein Technologies and Factiva, to allow organizations to analyze commentary, issues, and information affecting their brand, and providing insight into how they operate and make business decisions.

Posted Nov 08, 2005

I witnessed on television what I’ve often been critical about in Web multimedia use in business: the inability to search and quickly click to the precise part of content that I’m interested in. I’ve tried messing around with podcasting for things like listening to conference panels and keynotes that I missed, but my efforts always ended in frustration because I couldn’t go directly to the spot in the audio that I was most interested in. In other words, I couldn’t search on a big fat audio stream.

Posted Nov 03, 2005

Fast Search & Transfer, a developer of enterprise search and real-time alerting technologies, has announced the availability of the FAST Personal Search Platform (FAST PSP).

Posted Nov 01, 2005

LookSmart, an online media and technology company specializing in vertical search, has unveiled 161 new vertical search sites in a variety of categories.

Posted Nov 01, 2005

Back in the day (in Internet years, that’s 1998) the term “coopetition” became one of the keywords of the dotcom revolution. The uniqueness of the Web link, the sheer interdependence of one site with another to push and pull eyeballs around this vast new terrain, made it imperative that rival publishers of content partner share traffic and often ad revenues. All boats will rise, they said. Fallen out of favor in the post-bubble years, “coopetition” is exactly what I see evolving in the complex search/content economy.

Posted Nov 01, 2005

askSam Systems has released a free, searchable eBook containing the text of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.

Posted Oct 28, 2005

Agent Software, providers of intelligent search solutions, has announced Precision Recall, a desktop application that takes the concept of federated search to the individual to improve the accuracy of research, boost productivity, and enable users to more easily share research files.

Posted Oct 28, 2005

Outsell, Inc., a research and advisory firm for the information industry, launched its inaugural I-Market MarketView, Search, Aggregation & Distribution Services Segment 2005˜Search Revolution Fuels Information Industry Upheaval.

Posted Oct 28, 2005

Verity Inc. has announced the availability of the newest release of its specialized search application development platform, Verity K2 Enterprise (K2E).

Posted Oct 28, 2005

Verity Inc. has announced the availability of the newest release of its specialized search application development platform, Verity K2 Enterprise (K2E).

Posted Oct 25, 2005

So far, the big online search companies such as Yahoo!, MSN, and Google have been slow to answer, which has allowed smaller, more nimble companies like Technorati (the current leader), Daypop, Feedster, and IceRocket to gain a foothold in the market for blog search tools. It is a potential gold mine of a market for big and small companies alike.

Posted Oct 25, 2005

Nexidia, a provider of audio search and speech analytics solutions, has announced that it has launched a Management Consulting Practice to help customers increase productivity, reduce overhead, and improve quality levels in their contact centers.

Posted Oct 21, 2005

An improved search method has been added to the Bitrix Site Manager.

Posted Oct 21, 2005

Ovid Technologies, a Wolters Kluwer business and global provider of electronic medical, scientific, and academic information research solutions, has announced the launch of a new multi-language content platform, Ovid Lingua.

Posted Oct 21, 2005

DocuLex, Inc., a provider of document imaging and management software, has announced the release of Version 7.1 of Desktop Search.

Posted Oct 21, 2005

Inform Technologies LLC has announced a new platform for Internet-based news consumption.

Posted Oct 21, 2005

LexisNexis U.S., a provider of news, business, and legal information services, and the American Arbitration Association (AAA), a provider of conflict management and dispute resolution services, have announced a relationship to deliver a new electronic collection of searchable Labor Arbitration Awards exclusively via the LexisNexis research services.

Posted Oct 18, 2005

Searchfeed.com, a provider of Pay Per Click (PPC) search advertising, has announced a referral partnership with SubmitNet, giving advertisers access to Searchfeed.com's campaign features through SubmitNet's new search engine optimization and paid search control panel.

Posted Oct 14, 2005

Venue Solutions, a specialist provider of venue management technologies, has launched VenueView, a business intelligence tool that can deliver tailored reporting for sports business operations.

Posted Oct 14, 2005

Kazeon, a provider of information classification and management solutions for the enterprise, has announced it has signed an OEM, development, and marketing agreement with Network Appliance, Inc. Under the terms of the agreement, Kazeon and NetApp will integrate the data classification and search capabilities of Kazeon’s Information Server with Network Appliance storage systems.

Posted Oct 14, 2005

Teragram has announced that AOL has selected its Direct Answers technology for AOL's Quick Answers search function. Direct Answers is able to extract keyword information for a more precise and exact search for information.

Posted Oct 14, 2005

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