Enterprise Search and AI - Better Together?
Enterprise search is at a turning point
From its origin in the 1980s, search has become weakened by the sheer volume and disorganization of enterprise data, and users are frustrated by their inability to find the information they need.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is now pushed as a means of analyzing and presenting text, and this is causing IT managers to think (just a little) more seriously about the value of search.
In this white paper, you will see that it’s easy to blame technology, but the reason lies both in technology and human factors, as enterprises lack specialized teams to organize and categorize the data to be searched.
Included in this white paper:
- Brief history of enterprise search
- The enterprise search technology market
- Opportunities in enterprise search
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