Enhancements Increase Findability

July 20, 2015  
 Posted in News, search

Expert System has confirmed its commitment to the oil and gas industry by announcing an enriched offer dedicated to the sector and the expansion of its sales team to better serve customers in the Houston area. Digital Journal brought this news to us in their article, “Expert System Enhances Its Commitments in the Oil & Gas Industry.” […]

New Partnership Increases Access

July 16, 2015  
 Posted in News

The British Library and Publishing Technology have announced a new partnership, which will make 5,400 new journal and book titles available via the ingentaconnect online platform. This interesting information came from Publishing Technology in their post, “British Library and Publishing Technology collaborate to make Document Supply Service content available via ingentaconnect.” Journal content from an assortment […]

IntegraCoder® Version 2.0, Powered by Data Harmony®, Now Available Through Major EMR companies

July 13, 2015  
 Posted in Access Insights, Featured, indexing

IntegraCoder Version 2.0, the medical coding application developed by Access Integrity, a division of Access Innovations, Inc., and coding experts Find-A-Code, is now available as a component in the offerings of some of the nation’s largest electronic medical record (EMR) companies. Medical providers will now have access to the latest version of this application based […]

DAM Systems Ever More Popular

July 13, 2015  
 Posted in indexing, metadata, News, Taxonomy

Digital asset management (DAM) systems are experiencing a booming market that according to reports will continue to grow through 2019. Market Watch brought this interesting information to us in their article, “Digital Asset Management Market to Grow at 21% CAGR to 2019.” What is a DAM system? It consists of cataloging, storing, retrieving, and distributing digital assets such […]

Rules of Records Management

July 13, 2015  
 Posted in indexing, metadata, News, Standards, Taxonomy

Records management has become easier and more difficult all because of recent advancements in technology. With the speed of indexing and retrieving comes more rules and more regulations, which are often applied inconsistently. This topic came from ZDNet in their article, “Best practices for corporate data retention.” There are legal ramifications involved in corporate data […]

Indexing History

June 30, 2015  
 Posted in indexing, metadata, News, search

In what feels timely but was actually an unplanned juxtaposition of events, the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society launches a new project. This comes just days after a gunman claimed nine lives at an historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina. The Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church was built as a result of the abolitionist […]

Cataloging the World

June 23, 2015  
 Posted in indexing, metadata, News

A new initiative of the Ancient World Mapping Center (AWMC) called Benthos aims to catalog and map the waters of the ancient Mediterranean basin. This information came from The Ancient World Online blog in their post, “Benthos: Digital Atlas of Ancient Waters beta version.” The project will incorporate physical landscape data for the ocean floor, coastlines, and […]

Generating Data

June 9, 2015  
 Posted in metadata, News

Journals play a pivotal role in science and academia. Publishing in scholarly periodicals provides a path to disseminate our insights and bolster scientific communities. It can drive careers and foster knowledge. This interesting article was found on Phys.org in their article, “How journals shape science and academia.” But why is the journal the catalyst? There are a […]

Watch Out for Karma

May 27, 2015  
 Posted in metadata, News, ontology

Karma is a free, open source data integration tool that makes it easier to convert data from a variety of formats into linked data. Appropriately, this information came from Open Source in their article, “Open source data integration with Karma.” Karma is a web-based tool that runs both the server and browser right on your machine. […]

Flexibility for Users in Classification

May 6, 2015  
 Posted in indexing, News, Taxonomy

TITUS has released Classification Suite 4. The new version of its data identification and information protection suite uses content and context to automatically classify and protect information as users handle it, and allows manual and guided classification for maximum flexibility and user engagement.

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