Google has long offered enterprise clients Google Search Appliance, a yellow box that resembles a slice of Swiss cheese that can index any enterprise data generated by Oracle databases, SAP systems, SharePoint, Salesforce.com, HR systems, intranets, wikis, and more, and presents it to employees in a familiar Google-like interface. Based on a standard Dell server and powered by Xeon 5500 Series… → Read More
Google search got a real-time upgrade and started to integrate Tweets from Twitter in real-time into search results. So its makes sense for Google’s Search Appliance (GSA) to now include tweets from Twitter next within enterprise’s internal Search Appliance results.
Google offers businesses its GSA product, a yellow box that resembles a slice of Swiss cheese, that can index any enterprise data… → Read More
Google’s Enterprise Search offerings have steadily grown in both strength and innovation over the past few years. As we reported in June, Google now counts 25,000 enterprise search customers, up from last year’s 20,000 customers. Over half of customers use Google’s search appliance and the rest use its hosted site search and other enterprise products. Most recently, Google improved the… → Read More
On average, most businesses currently double the number of digital documents they have every twelve to eighteen months. The impact of this rapid addition of content, argues Google, is that the search functionality of an organization’s databases and Websites need to be scalable in a dynamic environment. Google maintains that scalability is a crucial need of enterprises today, which is why the new… → Read More