Category: Perfect Search Appliance
Posted on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 by Scott Livingston |
A recent survey confirmed what many corporate leaders already believed - their organization's unstructured data, often referred to as "Big Data," is expanding rapidly and shows no signs of relenting.
Joe McKendrick, in the ZDNet article he wrote about the survey results, made this significant observation regarding ... Read more »
Posted on Monday, July 02, 2012 by Scott Livingston |
"The total amount of digital information in the world will come to 2.7 zettabytes - that’s 2.7 followed by 21 zeros – in 2012, according to IDC, a 48 percent increase from 2011. 90 percent of it will be unstructured data like digital video, sound files and images that is challenging to search and retrieve."
Alb ... Read more »
Posted on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 by Scott Livingston |
With all of the talk about Big Data, it's important to note that simply having more data doesn't automatically lead to more business intelligence. This may seem obvious, but in the rush to build vast server farms or to buy more expensive, more sophisticated (i.e. hard to use) new enterprise search software suites, the impor ... Read more »
Posted on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 by Scott Livingston |
One of the first and most obvious questions a doctor asks a patient is this: "Where does it hurt?"
In order to properly diagnose and then prescribe a treatment plan, the doctor must first know where the patient's pain is originating from.
This analogy can also be used when discussing the challenges the healthc ... Read more »
Posted on Friday, August 19, 2011 by Kimberlee Morrison |
Open source technology providers don't like when analysts use the phrase "Free isn't free." As Paul Allen, founder of FamilyLink.com discovered when seeking a solution to his data storage problems, you get what you pay for. The free Lucene option worked, until it didn't and Allen Found himself looking for a viable option to ... Read more »
Posted on Wednesday, August 17, 2011 by Kimberlee Morrison |
What is it about entreprise search that seems more challenging than Internet search? In "Sorting Out Microsoft's Mixed-Up Enterprise Search Strategy," RedmondMag examines this very issue.
There are lots of options among the approved vendors, however, none really seem to make the grade and there is no real compatibility ac ... Read more »
Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 by Kimberlee Morrison |
With the deadline for the digitization of medical data looming, the industry is desperately seeking solutions. According to a recent Perfect Search case study, the main problem facing the medical industry is managing, storing and organizing the massive amount of data produced daily; not to mention all of the historical data ... Read more »
Posted on Friday, July 01, 2011 by Kimberlee Morrison |
People live and work in a data intensive world. For a long time data was stored using hardware, such as external hard drives and data server centers (for larger companies), but there is a new generation of data storage systems emerging.
In a recent post at Always On, Greg Ness discusses the rise of powerful software th ... Read more »
Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 by Kimberlee Morrison |
A while ago, Stephen Arnold aggregated a list of interviews with Enterprise Search experts, one of whom was Perfect Search Senior Technologist, Ken Ebert.
In the interview Ebert talks about the performance factors that make the Perfect Search Appliance better than competitors.
Ebert used a customer success story ... Read more »
Posted on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 by Kimberlee Morrison |
Perfect Search has teamed up with Basis Technology to use the Rosette Linguistics Platform to improve search accuracy in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Italian, French and German.
According to Perfect Search CEO Tim Stay, the partnership with Basis Technology was chosen for its industry track record of linguistic ac ... Read more »