conceptClassifier for Box

Box is now a well-used, corporate level standard for many organizations, but lacks three components: automatic metadata generation, classification, and taxonomy management.

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conceptClassifier for Box

conceptClassifier for Box delivers these missing components, augmenting  records management with real-time data breach identification, focused eDiscovery and litigation support, reduced cost of content ownership, and improved productivity.

End user tagging is eliminated and concept based search underpins secure collaboration at a granular level, protecting an organization and its assets with content optimization. Text analytics is no longer out of reach, and data can be analyzed, visualized, and artificial intelligence applied.

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If you could automate the tagging, classification, and enrichment of your content, could you increase productivity and lower costs?


Are you looking to remediate and eliminate confidential and security breaches, in both structured and unstructured data environments?


Would populating metadata templates with semantic metadata to increase search precision be of value to you?


Do you feel confident that migrated content is validated, is current, has meaningful metadata, and is easily retrieved?
Key Features

Key Features

conceptClassifier for Box is designed to  integrate with Box, and to reduce enterprise cost and risk. Value for end users is achieved through concept-based searching based on multi-word metadata, subjects, or phrases. Migrating from older applications enables content to be vetted and validated through auto-classification and taxonomy tools, effectively eliminating useless, trivial, and redundant content. Confidential information, combined with workflows, specifying subject matter, phrases, or standard descriptors, as content is created or ingested, is flagged as a potential breach. Records can be automatically flagged, the content type optionally changed, and sent to the records management application or to a professional for review. For enterprise content management, an enterprise metadata repository helps standardize processes and policies, and manage content from creation to archive, across the enterprise.

  • Integrates with Box to enrich content and eliminate metadata tagging, making concept-based enterprise search a reality
  • Eliminates end user completion of metadata templates, automatically populating forms with multi-term metadata from the auto-classification, or allowing knowledge workers to add or change metadata manually
  • Provides the ability to define and identify confidential information using phrases and multi-word terms, as content is created or ingested, effectively eliminating data breaches
  • Aids migration, through auto-classification and the identification of content in context, so only files of value are moved and others archived or deleted
  • Enables identification of documents of record, and automated workflow to the appropriate person or records management repository
  • Reduces the escalating costs of managing content
  • Eliminates the costs, risks, and errors associated with end user tagging
  • Improves search with the generation and classification of semantic metadata, reducing costs and improving decision making
  • Saves time and money, and reduces the number of on-premises servers through intelligent migration, identifying content of value, archiving, and deleting
  • Removes the dependence on the IT team to support the management of taxonomies, freeing up resources for other projects
  • Designed for subject matter experts, with unique taxonomy features that are quickly understood
  • Rapidly installed and deployed, highly scalable, delivering a significant return on investment
Key Benefits

Key Benefits

Effective decision making depends on accurate and current information. Content lifecycle management must manage content from creation to archive or deletion. Content is auto-classified to ensure it is stored in the right place, or places, so accurate information is always available. Content from applications and legacy enterprise content management is vetted and intelligently migrated, reducing the number of on-premises servers and eliminating content of no value. Security of confidential information is proactive, occurring at ingestion or creation, while phrases, terms, and subjects can all be used to determine potential vulnerabilities, eliminating data breaches.

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