conceptClassifier for Windows Server 2008 R2 FCI REMOVED

Gain Insight into Data Based on Business Value

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“Concept Searching’s conceptClassifier integrates with the Windows Server 2008 R2 File Classification Infrastructure and delivers seamless tagging of content residing on both the file shares and SharePoint 2010. This makes the alignment of data to organizational structures and goals possible, which will be very valuable for our customers.”

Eric Jewett, Director, Windows Server Marketing
Microsoft

conceptClassifier for Windows Server 2008 R2 FCI runs natively in the File Classification Infrastructure and provides organizations with a highly accurate, rules based, classification option for customers who need to automate the generation of metadata using one or more taxonomy structures.

conceptClassifier for Windows Server 2008 R2 FCI is unique in that it generates keywords, acronyms, and conceptual metadata from within content by automatically identifying the word patterns in unstructured text that convey the most meaning.

Since conceptClassifier for Windows Server 2008 R2 FCI runs natively in the File Classification Infrastructure multiple taxonomies can be created to improve business processes such as creating a taxonomy that would determine the business value of the content to facilitate the backup application so high value files would be backed up nightly and low business impact files may be backed up on a more infrequent basis.

It can also be used to comply with retention policies based on the content within the files, ensuring that retention polices are applied to data based on the business value derived from the concepts within the document.