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German Bundeswehr to Deploy Concept Searching

Concept Searching is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Bundeswehr, as a new client of Concept Searching. The Bundeswehr is the  unified armed forces of the Federal Republic of Germany. The Concept Searching product platforms are already in use at various US federal, military, and public sector organizations, including the US Air Force and the US Army. Our partner, CGI, formerly Logica, is Concept Searching’s partner and was instrumental in presenting Concept Searching technologies as the optimal solution to meet their objectives.

 

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Concept Searching Welcomes XL Group as a New Client

Concept Searching is pleased to welcomeXL Group, a $45b insurance and re-insurance company as a new client. XL Group has selected Concept Searching’s conceptClassifier for SharePoint to support its intranet. XL Group joins Concept Searching’s growing Financial Services sector clients.

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Research Platform to Use conceptSearch

The US Air Force 711th Human Performance Wing, Human Factors Center of Excellence has chosen to deploy the Concept Searching Technology Platform in support of its research mission into human factors associated with non lethal weapons. The Concept Searching Technology Platform was selected because of our conceptSearch product, an integral component of the platform, which is a high performance, and highly granular search engine. The platform will be installed on a Cray super computer and will index, tag and classify content from multiple sources providing a scalable and effective research platform from which to mine content and make informed decisions.

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Concept Searching Announces Support for OneDrive for Business

Concept Searching has extended its product offering to deliver information governance, compliance, and policy enforcement for enterprises using Microsoft’s OneDrive for Business.

OneDrive for Business, the personal library intended for storing and organizing work documents, and an integral part of Office 365 or SharePoint Server 2013, enables users to work within the context of their organizations.

Microsoft recently announced that each deployed user of OneDrive for Business will have 1 TB of storage space, and so has demonstrated a commitment to helping its clients move users off of unmanaged, uncontrolled file shares and PC hard drives.

The integration of individual users’ content with corporate infrastructures will improve productivity and collaboration, but it will bring significant potential compliance and governance headaches. Concept Searching has recognized these issues and has extended its conceptClassifier for SharePoint platform and conceptClassifier for Office 365 platform to include the management of OneDrive for Business.

“We recognized early on the importance of OneDrive for Business, its role in collaboration, and the potential information security issues that would surface. Working with our largest clients, some with over 100,000 users, and FEDSPUG, the largest SharePoint User Group in the US, we extended the functionality of both our SharePoint on-premise and online platforms to incorporate the management of OneDrive for Business,” said Martin Garland, President of Concept Searching.

Garland concluded, “Concept Searching still has the only solution that delivers metadata generation, auto-classification, taxonomy management, and a governance platform for all versions of SharePoint, in on-premise, cloud or hybrid environments. We are proud to continue to lead the market with our ability to apply this functionality to OneDrive for Business.”

Within the expanded conceptClassifier for SharePoint and conceptClassifier for Office 365 platform offerings, Concept Searching clients are now able to deploy exactly the same functionality already available in SharePoint and Office 365 to OneDrive for Business. Deployable globally to many thousands of users simultaneously, features include the following:

Governance, compliance, and records:

  • Ability to automatically identify, tag, and classify sensitive information, and automatically take action on that content underpinning organizational governance policies
  • Ability to automatically identify, tag, and classify content by document security level, apply content types and attributes, and invoke out-of-the-box SharePoint information rights management, enforcing document security policies such as lock down of content within the domain
  • Ability to automatically identify, tag, and classify documents of record with semantic metadata and retention codes, automatically apply content types, notifications, and movement of content in alignment with corporate records policies
  • Ability to automate the scanning, identification, notification, and reporting of documents being shared with third parties outside the domain

Productivity and collaboration:

  • Classification and auto tagging of the OneDrive site content, either as a batch process or classification on demand
  • Writing back of semantic metadata to the managed metadata fields
    Full integration with search, the refinement panel and the Term Store, improving findability and collaboration in a secured environment

Administration:

  • Global templating solution for automating settings and deployment to large user populations
  • Customized administration pages for selection of managed metadata fields to be auto-classifiable
  • Automatic addition of classification status columns to content types and full support for the content type hub
  • Fully integrated with the Term Store and managed metadata service
  • Ability to automate OneDrive scans for sensitive or specific information types on a global basis
  • Identification, reporting and notification of sharing of documents outside of the domain
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Medical Council of Canada Case Study Now Published

Achieving Intelligent Search and Classification in SharePoint

Concept Searching is pleased to announce the availability of a new case study, on the implementation of conceptClassifier for SharePoint at the Medical Council of Canada.

The Medical Council of Canada (MCC) strives to achieve the highest level of medical care for Canadians through excellence in evaluation of physicians. It assesses over 11,000 medical students and graduates each year through its examinations. Its exams are offered in both official languages in sites across Canada, and in the case of its Evaluating Examination in over 500 locations in 80 countries. The MCC wanted a solution to improve search to support its business users, leveraging its SharePoint 2010 environment.

Bruce Smith, the Information and Privacy Manager during the project, stated, “The improvements to search results were noticeable immediately after implementing conceptClassifier for SharePoint.” The MCC case study can be found on the Concept Searching website here.

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Concept Searching Seeking North American Channel Manager

Concept Searching is seeking Entrepreneurial North American Channel Manager to join the market leading metadata generation, auto-classification and Taxonomy/Term Store management vendor in the SharePoint ecosystem.

Read the job description and apply here.

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Concept Searching Seeking Experienced Inside Sales Representatives

Concept Searching is seeking experienced Inside Sales Representatives to join the market leading metadata generation, auto-classification and taxonomy/Term Store management, with experience in the Microsoft SharePoint and the Office 365 ecosystem.

Read the job description and apply here.

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