Gartner last week issued its annual spotlight of "Cool Vendors in Content Management" with Kaleo Software, Bloomfire and AeroFS earning recognition from the firm.
"Business intelligence and enterprise search have always been closely related; enterprise business intelligence is useless without the ability to index and search it," said Jarred McGinnis,...
X1DD is a scalable, on-demand tool for conducting unstructured content and metadata searches across an entire organization in minutes, no matter where the data are stored.
OCR and document capture software vendor ABBYY made news today with the release of two products that give organizations an innovative way to access and use unstructured information buried inside content and document management systems.
Enterprise security and data protection firm Code 42 released the latest version of its backup and restore product, CrashPlan 5.1, on Tuesday. It includes new features that help IT get a handle on end-user data activity to shore up any weak spots.
Kon Leong, CEO of compliance firm ZL Technologies, said data scientists get short shrifted in the workplace. They have great job descriptions and the pay grade to go with them, but are consistently hamstrung by workflows that require data experts to spend far more time managing data than actually analyzing it.
We're coming to that time of the year when IT professionals and analysts look back at the year in tech and ahead at what the new year will bring.
Following a lengthy beta test by customers, Coveo announced this week that Reveal is now available as part of Coveo for Salesforce Community Cloud Edition at no cost to existing customers.
Enterprise search firm Coveo announced last week it secured $35 million in Series D funding, bringing the total so far to $75 million.
A new formal opinion released by California's Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct offers strong words to attorneys about their ethical duties surrounding the handling of electronically stored information. In short, "But, Your Honor, I don't understand how eDiscovery works" shouldn't be a valid argument in the California court system.