Software Innovation sine systemer for dokumenthåndtering, Public 360 og Business 360, er brukt av mange offentlige og private aktører både i Norge og Sverige. Comperio gjør det enkelt å finne riktig dokument selv om du ikke er godt kjent med Public 360. Ved å gjøre innholdet i Public 360 tilgjengelig i en søkeindeks kan man [...]
Comperio Search would like to thank all the guests who attended the Breakfast seminar last Friday, the 14th of March 2014 in London. Download the presentations: Leveraging Search Based Applications on new Intranet (David Wright, Lead SharePoint Architect, Coutts) Searching Internally Using Enterprise Social Networks (Zane Freame, Technical Sales Professional, Microsoft UK) Enterprise Search Strategy [...]
SharePoint 2013 Search has built-in support for thesaurus enrichment of queries. However, synonyms are often not visible in the search results. This post will show you how you can modify the synonym weight using the Ceres shell.
SharePoint 2013 continues assimilating the FAST ESP search engine. In FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint, the remains of ESP were still visible, and in part available for modification. In SharePoint 2013, you must search hard to find any mentions of FAST or ESP. Most options for modifying the internal operations of search are locked down, much to the [...]
SharePoint 2013 has several deployment options and license models. Each combination comes with a unqiue feature set, so deciding which one to use can be challenging. This article discuss the feature set for Search, also available as a spreadsheet here: http://sdrv.ms/13k5u9f
I’ve recently had the pleasure of presenting on SharePoint 2013′s new search functionality. First at The NY Enterprise Search User Group, kindly organized by Arcovis, then last week in a webinar with Axceler, and in between internally here at Comperio. While researching, talking about, and listening on what people say about search in SharePoint 2013, I’ve [...]
Relevance-based sorting has been the modus operandi for search solutions in the enterprise for quite a while. Even so, many search GUIs still provide alternate sorting based on static metadata. Are we now finally reaching a point where that fall-back is no longer needed? I think so.