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Auto-classification and Taxonomies – Think Before You Jump

The word taxonomies reminds me of childhood and going to the local library to select books, which is so long ago I don’t even know why I remember it, or make the association. Now, taxonomies constitute much of my work life.…

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Concept Searching Announces Integration with Google Search Appliance

New Release of conceptClassifier to Support Google Search Appliance Now Available Due to Customer Demand

McLean, VA, US and Stevenage, UK (PRWEB) – April 17th, 2015
Concept Searching, the global leader in semantic metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy management software, and developer of the Smart Content Framework™, is pleased to announce a new release of the conceptClassifier product platform, which supports Google Search Appliance.…

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Man versus Machine – Who will win the battle?

I happened to write an article not too long ago about the elimination of end user tagging, auto-classification and taxonomy tools. It appears that I struck quite a raw nerve, and was surprised that a gain of ruffians weren’t waiting for me outside my front door to silence my typing fingers forever.…

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Webinar Registration: Eliminating Manual Tagging at AllRegs by Ellie Mae

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‘Metadata Matters – Eliminating End User Tagging in AllRegs by Ellie Mae’ is accessible as a recorded webinar This session will benefit any organization that experiences challenges in search and findability due to poor end user tagging.…

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Metadata Tagging

Metadata Tagging: You say potato, I say potahto. Eliminating the metadata predicament.

Is the problem the end user, or the organization? Manual metadata tagging, even if using drop-down boxes for assistance will fail. Because we are human, the metadata will be inconsistent (you say potato, I say potahto), subjective, and costly.…

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HIPAA – Hey we’re not health care, who cares?

Know the RulesAbout a month ago, I had to go to the emergency room at the local hospital. A few weeks after, I received a letter from the hospital informing me that they had mistakenly given all my patient information to another patient, including all my personal information and social security number.…

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Knowledge Management – What goes around comes around

Knowledge Management almost seems like a retro word from the past to me. Once, it was all the rage, and I am going back quite a while. Of course, at that time, none of us selling it had any true idea what it was, and, there were really no tools available.…

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Using Semantic Metadata in a Search Scenario

In my last blog, I brought up the question on the value of semantic metadata generation. Currently the jury is still out. This blog describes the impact of semantic metadata in a search scenario.…

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Semantic Metadata – do you need it, or even want it?

Simply the word metadata can make executives eyes glaze over and IT professionals refresh their coffee, grab a chair, and talk for hours. And appropriately so, to executives it’s not the nuts and bolts, but the business repercussions, ROI, and reduction in organizational risk that is their primary focus.…

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Auto-classification and metadata –the missing link.

I am doing some research on auto-classification and would sincerely appreciate your input, thoughts, and insight. This is the third in a series on auto-classification. The other two postings are Auto-classification – Has it time come?

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