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What 2019 Holds for Enterprise Search

What 2019 Holds for Enterprise Search

A number of positive developments in enterprise search took place in 2018: Elastic had a very encouraging IPO, Google rediscovered enterprise search and Microsoft showed signs of acknowledging that its potpourri search strategy was not fit for purpose.

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Digital Workplace Challenges for 2019

Digital Workplace Challenges for 2019

As 2019 kicks off, I see three core challenges that are common to many digital workplaces. These are: Centralized notifications. True enterprise findability. Engaging frontline workers. In essence, all three reflect a growing awareness that employee experience is both intrinsically important and a key to productivity.

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A New Enterprise Search Report Gives No Cause for Celebration

A New Enterprise Search Report Gives No Cause for Celebration

For years now, a number of reports have provided valuable insight into the state of play in enterprise search. Notably, for five years Findwise conducted an annual Enterprise Search and Findability survey, but sadly the survey appears to have fallen by the wayside after the company's acquisition by EVRY. AIIM

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Why the Open Source Enterprise Search Trend Will Only Accelerate

Why the Open Source Enterprise Search Trend Will Only Accelerate

Enterprise search has been going through a dramatic shift as of late. We've watched as some of the leaders in search, those platforms usually found in the upper right quadrant on Gartner reports, have fallen off through acquisition or from simply not keeping up with the market.

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Enterprise Search Is More About Vision Than Technology

Enterprise Search Is More About Vision Than Technology

The past few months have been a time of "big vision" in the search business. Google and Microsoft shared announcements about their respective visions for enterprise search, and Elastic made an IPO offering that received a strong commitment from the investment community.

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