Be the first to use conceptClassifier for SharePoint 2013
Hot off the press. conceptClassifier for SharePoint 2013 is now available on limited release, with general customer shipment on November 30th 2012. Did you know that Concept Searching was the first to market with conceptClassifier for SharePoint that natively integrates, reads and writes to the SharePoint 2010 Term Store bi-directionally? We are quite happy to announce the same capabilities that were available in SharePoint 2010 are now deployed and available with SharePoint 2013.
Microsoft has placed even greater emphasis on the Term Store, and in the creation and management of term sets, with the new release of SharePoint. conceptClassifier for SharePoint is a key component in expediting the development, testing and validating of multiple term sets, and the on-going management to address the flux of information as organizational objectives change and information is added.
Why is this important?
- SharePoint 2010/2013 has no ability to automatically create and store classification metadata
- SharePoint 2010/2013 has no taxonomy management tools to manage, test, and validate taxonomies based on the term store
- SharePoint 2010/2013 has no auto-classification capabilities
- SharePoint 2010/2013 has no ability to generate semantic metadata and surface it to the FAST or SharePoint Search engine (or any search engine) to improve search results
- SharePoint 2010/2013 has no ability to automatically tag content with vocabulary or retention codes for records management
- SharePoint 2010/2013 has no ability to automatically update the content type for records management or privacy protection and route to the appropriate repository
- SharePoint 2010/2013 still has no automatic concept extraction capabilities to populate the term sets, nor auto-classification capabilities to align content – real requirements to improve a variety of mission critical processes
conceptClassifier for SharePoint delivers these missing components.
Want to read more? Here’s a short product overview that addresses just a few of the new features in SharePoint 2013 and how we can leverage your investment in SharePoint and manage your unstructured content.