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What Should An AI-Driven Search Engine Be Able To Do?

What Should An AI-Driven Search Engine Be Able To Do?

Search has always been a key enterprise technology going back to the days of the first enterprise content management systems. This is hardly surprising given how important finding the right data is for any of the applications used by enterprises in their business processes.

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Is Your Enterprise Ready for ‘Democratized AI’?

Is Your Enterprise Ready for 'Democratized AI'?

Gartner's recently published Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2018 identified five distinct emerging technology trends which, the report says, will blur the lines between humans and machines. The Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies report  (fee charged) is the longest-running annual Gartner Hype Cycle and offers perspective on the technologies and

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Office 365 and Microsoft 365 Roadmaps Combine, Slack’s $427M Funding Round, More News

Office 365 and Microsoft 365 Roadmaps Combine, Slack's $427M Funding Round, More News

Microsoft’s annual Ignite is scheduled to happen in late September and the Redmond, Wash.-based company is already starting to push out announcements. Among them is the announcement it is pulling the Office 365 and Microsoft 365 product roadmaps together.  In a statement to Office 365 users and reported by Mary Jo Foley in ZDNet, Microsoft

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Natural Language Generation Accelerates Content Marketing, But Keep Your Hands on the Wheel

Natural Language Generation Accelerates Content Marketing, But Keep Your Hands on the Wheel

The amount of content needed to create engaging digital experiences has easily doubled, maybe even tripled. Why? The payoff is big.  More current and targeted content leads to improved digital experiences, resulting in deeper customer engagement and increased revenues.

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Why Augmented And Virtual Reality Struggle In The Enterprise

Why Augmented And Virtual Reality Struggle In The Enterprise

Virtual and augmented reality sales are not what they used to be. Headset shipments have decreased 30.5 percent worldwide year over year, putting recent hype around such technologies into question. That's according to research from Itasca-Ill.-based IFS. This combined with further research carried out in April by Denver–based GutCheck (sign-in requried),

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The Trouble With Insight Engines

The Trouble With Insight Engines

You may have heard the new buzzword being applied to enterprise search: "insight engines." When I first saw the Garner Enterprise Search Quadrant renamed as Insight Engines a few years ago, I was hard pressed to understand why the change was made.

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