conceptClassifier for SharePoint
conceptClassifier makes SharePoint content more findable, improving productivity and collaboration while underpinning information governance and mitigating risk. Automatic metadata generation and classification of content to term sets eliminates end user tagging and improves business-critical applications, such as search, collaboration, migration, records management, and security. Real-time integration with the Term Store reduces administrative risk and maintenance. Available as an add-in, and supports all versions of SharePoint on-premises, in the cloud, or in a hybrid environment.
conceptClassifier for SharePoint Online
conceptClassifier for SharePoint Online makes SharePoint Online content more findable, improving productivity and collaboration while underpinning information governance and mitigating risk. Automatic metadata generation and classification of content to term sets eliminate end user tagging and improve business-critical applications, such as secure hybrid search, security, data privacy, migration, and collaboration. Automatic synchronization of term sets takes place both online and on-premises. Available as an add-in, and supports all versions of SharePoint Online.
conceptClassifier for Exchange
conceptClassifier for Exchange makes emails and their attachments more findable, improving records management and eDiscovery, while underpinning governance and compliance, and mitigating risk. Rules can be created to automatically identify any content type, such as a document of record or eDiscovery matter, enabling management of content in place or optionally taking action on the content, like migrating it to a records management platform.
conceptClassifier for File Shares
conceptClassifier for File Shares leverages legacy content while mitigating risk. Content can be cleansed, organized and optimized, removing redundant, obsolete and trivial (ROT) data, and identifying potential risks. Following classification decisions, metadata can be automatically written back to the document properties without changing the created and modified by dates, enabling the metadata to travel with the document. The result is file share content becomes searchable, content exposure is mitigated, and successful content migration is a reality.
conceptClassifier for SQL
conceptClassifier for SQL provides a fast and convenient way to acquire source data for documents held in relational databases. It supports both SQL and Oracle, and provides a simple user interface, requires no programming, and can be rapidly deployed.
conceptClassifier for OneDrive for Business
conceptClassifier for OneDrive for Business makes OneDrive for Business content more findable, and protects an organization from the risk of exposure of information loaded onto OneDrive sites. A rule base can be developed to automatically classify content, manage distribution controls, and take action on content identified as containing documents of record, privacy data or any other organizationally-defined, confidential information.
conceptClassifier for Box
conceptClassifier for Box makes content in Box more findable, protects organizations from the risk of data breaches, and reduces costs associated with file storage. Content is classified as it is uploaded, enabling organizations to manage distribution controls and take action on content identified as containing documents of record, privacy data or any other organizationally-defined confidential information.
conceptClassifier for OpenText Content Suite
conceptClassifier for OpenText Content Suite makes content in Content Suite more searchable, improving compliance governance, eDiscovery, and records management. Automatic metadata generation and auto-classification of content to the file plan eliminate end user tagging and improve consistency, which enables effective management of critical content while mitigating risk.
conceptClassifier for Salesforce
conceptClassifier for Salesforce removes the traditional bottlenecks from search, and enables increased access to relevant content, at the time of need. Using keywords, subjects, entities, or concepts, information retrieval becomes second nature to users, without the need for repetitive training or experience of mistaken attempts.