Posts by Joel Oleson

Why Enterprise Search is Not the Same as Google Search

Due to the popularity of Google in the consumer world, many bring that as the analogy of what they are looking for in the enterprise. Beyond the more than 3,000 engineers that Google has working on their Search algorithms, ranking, and relevancy of results, there are many other ways that you simply cannot compare Google…

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Why Enterprise Search is Not the Same as Google Search

Due to the popularity of Google in the consumer world, many bring that as the analogy of what they are looking for in the enterprise. Beyond the more than 3,000 engineers that Google has working on their Search algorithms, ranking, and relevancy of results, there are many other ways that you simply cannot compare Google…

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Search-First Strategy to Migration

It is estimated that only 35% of customers are running SharePoint 2013. A majority are still running SharePoint 2010, and others are still running even earlier versions of SharePoint (Forrester Research 2014 Global Usage Survey).

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The State of Enterprise Search Infographic

A recent AIIM Survey sponsored by BA Insight titled, “SEARCH AND DISCOVERY – EXPLOITING KNOWLEDGE, MINIMIZING RISK” exemplifies the importance of enterprise search and points out where many of the gaps are.  As an example, 71% of organizations polled say that search is vital or essential to their business, yet only 18% have cross repository…

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SharePoint 2013 Search Tips and Tricks

A recent AIIM Survey sponsored by BA Insight titled, “SEARCH AND DISCOVERY – EXPLOITING KNOWLEDGE, MINIMIZING RISK” exemplifies the importance of enterprise search and points out where many of the gaps are.  As an example, 71% of organizations polled say that search is vital or essential to their business, yet only 18% have cross repository…

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SharePoint is Leading the Way – But Which Way is It? | BA Insight

With the announcement of next year’s Microsoft SharePoint Conference being combined with so many other products, it will put more pressure on events like SPTechCon to deliver the SharePoint and Office 365 information we need. I’m very excited about really reconnecting with the community, especially with all of the shuffle with Cloud.

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