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john thompson
For existing SharePoint search users, moving content to the cloud can be a cost-effective option. But what about your on-premises content? How do you choose the appropriate deployment path? In this blog, we provide an overview of two available SharePoint hybrid search options - Hybrid Federated Search and Cloud Hybrid Search.
Graham Gillen
At Search Technologies, application assessments are the cornerstone of our approach to helping customers map out their roadmaps to successful search and big data projects. This blog provides an overview of our assessment process and why it is valuable to our customers.
Search Technologies
Gartner recently released its Magic Quadrant for Insight Engines, effectively replacing the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Search. This blog provides additional insights into the emergence of natural language processing and intelligent search and analytics - a growing trend we've seen in the market and in many customers' projects.
Konrad Holl
Search Technologies' Senior Engineer takes a look at different query assistance strategies and provides insights on the current challenges as well as future improvements. He also highlights the impact that machine learning, user feedback, and personalization have had on modern search applications.
Andres Aguilar
Web crawlers play a critical role in search engine performance, whether it is an Internet search engine or corporate wide search application. In this blog, our engineer discusses how we developed Aspider - a search engine independent web crawler - to address the limitations of current web crawl solutions and enhance the performance of our customers' search applications.
Search Technologies
As the Google Search Appliance (GSA) end-of-life is approaching, Search Technologies' experts provide answers to some of the most commonly asked questions from our 200+ GSA customers. These FAQs provide some high-level guidance so that you can plan a seamless transition from your GSA.
alex olaru
In this post, our architect provides an overview of how you can improve a search engine's performance with enhanced shard placement. The discussions use Elasticsearch and Solr as examples to which this technique can be applied. A complimentary tutorial is also included for a deep-dive into how it can be done.
Derek Rodriguez
Since Search Technologies started to support the Cataloger’s Desktop in 2009, we’ve been helping the Library of Congress implement cutting-edge enhancements to improve its users' experience. We've recently added new features, including log analytics, query and title suggestions, metadata enhancement, and saved search alerts. Read more about these projects and their outcomes.
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.
Laurent Fanichet
How is cognitive search empowering users beyond the traditional search boxes and keyword matching? Read this post from our guest blogger, Laurent Fanichet at Sinequa, to see how big data, natural language processing, and machine learning are making search smarter for modern organizations.