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SEARCH AND BIG DATA INSIGHTS

Blogs by Search Technologies Chief Architect Paul Nelson, Subject Matter Experts, and Guests

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Ricardo Leon
Big data and analytics tools are enabling companies across various industries to achieve better operational and financial results. This revolution has modernised the farming industry in a way we've never seen before. This blog brings an in-depth look into how precision agriculture works to optimise yield and reduce costs for the UK farming industry.
Search Technologies
Search and big data analytics have evolved significantly over the last few years. Throughout 2016, we’ve seen things unfold through multiple projects we worked on. Here are the top 7 search and analytics topics and discussions throughout the year.
Kamran Khan
At the KMWorld 2016 Keynote, Search Technologies' CEO, Kamran Khan, discussed the latest developments in the search and big data market. He also cited customer stories in which search, big data, and analytics were leveraged to achieve higher goals in various business use cases.
Paul Nelson
As we are approaching 2017, we'll look at how search and big data analytics have evolved and examine some prominent trends in the coming years. In this video, Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, will highlight the top three developments: real-time personalization, machine learning, and the convergence of search and big data.
Search Technologies
With the Google Search Appliance (GSA) end-of-life approaching, we conducted a survey among hundreds of GSA users to identify the overall migration trends and to provide GSA users a high-level guidance for their transition planning. Take a closer look at the survey results in this blog.
Ahmad Jassat
Information systems have improved the quality of knowledge-intensive work. The next generation of information systems will leverage search, big data, and machine learning to help us perform low-level knowledge work cost-effectively, allowing us to focus on more strategic tasks.
Xavier Morera
Solr and Elasticsearch have become dominant players in the search market. Both are open source and built on Lucene, but each has its own strengths in different areas, depending on what users want to accomplish. In this blog, we'll take a deep dive into how these search engines would fit for your use cases.
Paul Nelson
We’ve been working on search engines for a very long time and have refined a lot of features which can bring enhanced business value. These tuning techniques are often either overlooked or very challenging to implement. But with proper setups, they can provide significant improvements to search and analytics.
Farrah Artwell
In the wake of Sage (a British-based multinational) data breach, this blog explores the current cybersecurity and insider threat trends in UK organisations. We then discuss how search and big data can be used as a viable approach to threat detection and risk mitigation.
Bill Fowler
The Google Search Appliance (GSA) provides robust, solid features for mission-critical search applications. But as the GSA being discontinued, what is your plan moving forward, how do you identify a replacement, and what migration criteria should you consider? Here's a guideline from our GSA expert.