Remember the frustrations of key word search? If you need a refresher, just check out If Google Was a Guy. It’s funny—in a way that makes you kind of squirm in your seat. Of course, in the early days of search engines, power searchers used Boolean query operators. We have George Boole, 18th-century English mathematician, to thank for that.
Some days, it seems that new machine learningapplications are popping up everywhere you look in the news. In this author’s opinion, the search market seems to have anointed machine learning as the new hotness. This is a fascinating realization, because anyone who has spent more than a couple years deploying search in the enterprise knows that machine learning has been used and applied in exciting and unique ways for years and years.
If you’ve been following the Attivio blog, you’ll know that we have not been shy about sharing our ideas on what we see in the Big Data market right now. But in this post, our CEO, Stephen Baker, shares our predictions for the industry in 2017.
Time will tell how accurate these predictions are, but these are the trends we see bubbling up as we talk to customers, analysts, and others in the ecosystem.
As an Attivio Solutions Architect, I often work to help companies customize (a.k.a., hack) our Cognitive Search and Insight technology to meet their unique search demands. It’s worth sharing some of the most common hacks in the risk space.
How Enterprise Search and Big Data Find Common Purpose
Forrester’s 2015 Wave on Search and Knowledge-based Discovery is out, offering a fresh perspective on the evolution of search-based applications. We are pleased that Forrester designated Attivio as a Leader in this category and that the evolution described suggests an important connection between next-generation search and the opportunities of Big Data.
In a recent article in the Oil & Gas Financial Journal, Extracting More Value from Big Data, I discussed the value of Big Data and agile business intelligence (BI) to companies in the oil and gas industry. I covered four areas where analytics can make a big difference:
We’ve been talking a lot lately about the value of data discovery—finding all the relevant data and data sources in an organization. That’s one powerful capability of the Attivio platform.
But once you’ve found and indexed all your data sources, then what? Of course, structured data can easily be provisioned for BI applications. On the other hand, unstructured content needs a different approach: taxt analytics.
How Customer Service Is Driving a Revolution in Retail Banking
Banking reputation and customer satisfaction were early casualties of the financial free-fall that’s now being termed the “Great Recession”. Followed closely by a series of expensive, very-visible trading and regulatory scandals, is anyone surprised to find that banks ranked just ahead of the U.S.
Attivio and TIBCO have joined forces and we could not be more excited on what is to come in the next few months. From conferences to content analytics, we have narrowed down our most exciting developments, although that was no easy feat.