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As we transition to Accenture, on November 1, 2017, we will be retiring Search Technologies’ social media channels and moving our conversations to Accenture Analytics. Follow us on our Accenture Analytics channels to continue getting the same search and big data analytics insight, news, blogs, and resources to which you've been accustomed.
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Search Technologies has been attending and presenting at Lucene/Solr Revolution for nearly ten years, with our Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, being a staple on the agenda. But why weren’t we there in 2017? If you were wondering, read this blog to find out. And if you missed our Paul's presentation this year, check out how you can view it in this blog.
Carlos Maroto
Data lakes bring together data from disparate sources, making it easily searchable in order to support your organization's information discovery, analytics, and reporting. But how do you put in place appropriate security measures to ensure your data is well-managed and protected? In this blog, our expert will discuss four key areas you should consider when implementing data lake security.
Kristy Martin
Whether you run an e-commerce platform, data- and content-rich website, intranet, or any application that handles data, good search is critical to information discovery, analysis, and your business' bottom line. In this video, our Search & Business Analyst explains the top three search features that help deliver the best search experience possible to your users.
Kamran Khan
We are excited to announce that Search Technologies has joined Accenture Analytics. “It was obvious that there was a fit between our organizations’ vision, talent, culture, commitment to excellence, and to serving the customer,” said Kamran Khan, CEO of Search Technologies. In this blog, he discusses the journey that led us to join the team and help form a new Content Analytics group.
Paul Nelson
This is the first blog in our "How Natural Language Processing and Semantic Search Are Changing the World” blog series. In this series, Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, will explore the different use cases in which Natural Language Processing and semantic search can bring more value, reduce costs, and increase productivity in the enterprise.
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Digital assistants like Alexa and Siri have enabled natural language interactions between humans and AI. So how can chatbots bring natural language understanding to improve information discovery and collaboration within the enterprise? This blog provides 5 key observations on the emergence of chatbots and their business use cases.
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Modern big data technologies have enabled more advanced BI and analytics across multiple areas of business operations. This blog identifies the top five big data analytics use cases Search Technologies has designed and implemented for our customers, including discussions around the challenges, technology stacks, and business results.
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.
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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.