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Enterprise Search Concept

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This is a Concept Article which is used to describe a key Information Management concept. The purpose of this article is to provide a general definition of this concept.


Enterprise Search brings search technology to the business user's desktop and allows her to access unstructured and structured data scattered across the enterprise. Typically this would include file servers, document management systems, ERP systems, data warehouses, email, collaboration tools (like instant messaging, wikis and blogs), intranet and internet pages including RSS feeds. Content of all formats should be indexed, including office documents, scanned documents, voice, audio, video and web pages. Contrary to web search, enterprise search is integrated in the organisation's security infrastructure (identify management, roles-based access management etc.) and follows a configurable relevancy model. Additionally, Enterprise Search provides a much higher level of usability and functionality around result navigation, including navigators, tag clouds, date sliders, sentiment indicators, entity recognition etc. MIKE2.0 includes a Enterprise Search core solution offering.

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