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machine learningLast week we announced a new version of our AutoClassifier (you can read the announcement here). This release has many new features and capabilities, including the addition of machine learning into the AutoClassifier.  There is remarkable power in machine learning, and we’re excited to add this to our products.

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Elastic and SharePointIf you haven’t already heard of Elasticsearch, or Elastic, you’re in a dwindling minority.  A year ago there were 20 million downloads of Elasticsearch, and now there are 50 million, so the word is definitely out. Elasticsearch is an open-source search stack, started in 2010, that has since grown exponentially and provides users with the power of enterprise search and the flexibility of customizable software. 

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Hear the term Search Engine Optimization and you’re probably already overwhelmed.  While external SEO is complicated and often left to the mercy of the Google gods, internal SEO doesn’t have to be as complicated.  

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In the first part of my blog on the Information Enrichment pillar, I discussed how autoclassification can be a power tool in providing your users a more meaningful search experience by tagging content with the right set of terms to drive findability and relevancy. In this follow up blog, I'll discuss metadata expansion, which is another form of information enrichment.

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Let’s face it, the vast majority of organizations have poor metadata. Don’t worry, you’re not to blame. Creating metadata is challenging and cumbersome. However, without metadata chances are content is not being found within your organization, resulting in wasted time, which equates to decreased productivity.

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We work closely with Microsoft on a number of fronts and regularly participate in 'inner circle' programs. One of these came to fruition last week, with a series of announcements around Office 365 development at TechEd Europe in Barcelona.

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In the first two parts of this series, I introduced Context and Content Acquisition as two of the "four pillars" involved in successfully creating a search-driven killer app. In this blog, I'll introduce and discuss the Information Enrichment pillar. A common misconception is that simply crawling and indexing the content in your content sources will be enough to provide a good search experience.

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