Access Innovations, a leader in the data and content management industry, has announced that its Data Harmony suite of content enrichment and thesaurus management tools can now be fully integrated with Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Data Harmony fills semantic gaps in SharePoint to help users take full advantage of their metadata through auto classification, enterprise taxonomy management, entity extraction, and search enhancements. The end result is information assets that are more searchable and more accessible.
Lexalytics, Inc. has announced a major upgrade to its Salience product, bringing semantic features to the forefront.
PureDiscovery Corporation has announced its semantic search technology now serves as the engine powering First Glance, the only early case assessment (ECA) solution on the market today that combines transparent concept search, visual clustering and near duplication technology.
Pearson has released EQUELLA® 5, the latest version of digital repository that enables users to search, create and manage content online.
Information architecture is on the forefront lately, whether we realize it or not. The history-making revolts against middle eastern governments has spurred massive amounts of data, and confusion.
Pingar will soon launch its first Chinese search portal, after four years of working to develop the Chinese market.
Using taxonomies and semantic tagging of articles to enable subject browsing and to improve Search are two of the most popular reasons why publishers invest in semantic technology, but the potential benefits are not limited to these two applications.
The first volume of The Southern Guardian has completed scanning, and every issue from the year 1911 is now available to read online. What may seem to be a small project, and indeed it may be, is valued by many.