If someone had said to me at the start of the year that Brexit would not be the number one topic on the front pages of UK newspapers, the aviation industry would be in crisis because you couldn’t fly internationally, petrol prices had fallen to below £1 a litre, or that you need to wear […]
Ask yourself this – do you want to live in a world where you spend hours unsuccessfully searching for information, going to multiple applications to search, and ultimately becoming more and more frustrated? Hopefully the answer is no. In this vlog, my aim is to demonstrate how you can take internal search to the next […]
So, day one of London’s Taxonomy Bootcamp 2019 is well under way. Every day is a school day, so I am taking in a lot of information from the very interesting and informative sessions so far. Not least is Emma Chittenden’s keynote, “That word you keep using? I don’t think you know what it means”, […]
Don’t you just hate it when you cannot find the content you are looking for? You know that you have relevant content, but either you can’t remember where it is, or you know where it is, but there is so much content that it will take ages to look at every file to find what […]
My colleagues Don Miller and Mark Aschemeyer published their perspectives about the importance of metadata and connectivity, respectively, when it comes to enterprise search. Their debate is about which is more important in helping users find what they are looking for.
I love sports, no matter what sport it is. I love watching them and playing them, especially global sporting events like the footballing World Cup and the baseball World Series to name but a few, and they don’t come bigger than the Olympics.
I have a tablet, a mobile, a laptop, and a smart watch. I work not only from home but also as a passenger in a car or whilst on the tube, plane or train. I work in the mornings, the afternoons, the evenings and sometimes over the weekend.