What is Networked Content and Why Should We Care?

This is the first in a series of blogs about text analytics and content management. This one uses an interview format. I recently had an interesting conversation with Daniel Mayer, from TEMIS regarding his new paper, the Networked Content Manifesto. I just finished reading it and found it to be insightful in terms of what … Continue reading What is Networked Content and Why Should We Care?

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The Three C’s – conceptual search, clustering, and categorization

  I recently had the opportunity to speak with Richard Turner, VP of Marketing, at Content Analyst.  Content Analyst was originally part of SAIC and spun out about 5 years ago.  The company provides content management, eDiscovery, and content workflow solutions to its clients - primarily as an OEM solutions. The tool set is called … Continue reading The Three C’s – conceptual search, clustering, and categorization

A different way to search?

I recently had an interesting conversation about classification and search with James Zubok, CFO of Brainware, Inc. Brainware is a Virginia based company that was once part of SER Systems AG, a former German ECM company.  Brainware provides products that help companies extract information from unstructured and semi-structured documents, such as invoices, order forms, contracts, … Continue reading A different way to search?