New Google Search Appliance released

Google Search Appliance 7.0 hit the streets on Oct. 16, offering improved enterprise functionality.  This ComputerWorld article notes that new features will include improved context around queries (suggesting related content) as well as

Published on: October 22nd, 2012 brian bloom

Coveo brings enterprise search to

Coveo Solutions Inc.'s indexing engine and business intelligence tools will now be available in the cloud. The Canadian company announced Coveo for Salesforce on Sept. 10, a product it says will be

Published on: September 11th, 2012 brian bloom

Google to discontinue Mini search appliance

MIAMI  -- Google Inc. will discontinue its Mini enterprise search appliance, as part of the latest batch of product closures the company announced on Tuesday. After co-founder Larry Page took over as CEO in

Published on: July 3rd, 2012 Juan Carlo Perez

Microsoft to dish out major bling on ‘Bing’

Microsoft Corp. is expected to announce a major overhaul of its online search strategy this week which will include rebranding the fledgling Live Search platform under the name “Bing,” according to an Advertising

Published on: May 25th, 2009 Rafael Ruffolo

Bell launches Exchange search capability on BlackBerry

Bell Mobility has launched a BlackBerry search tool that will allow enterprise users the ability to scour their entire corporate IT systems using the popular Research In Motion Ltd. device. The telecom giant

Published on: March 31st, 2009 Rafael Ruffolo

AltaVista will lose its long-term viability as enterprise vendor

GartnerEventOn Feb. 25, 2003, Overture Services, which sells advertising that accompanies and resembles Internet search results, announced a definitive agreement to acquire the Web search business of Fast Search & Transfer for US$70

Published on: February 27th, 2003 Whit Andrews and Denise Garcia

Verity to acquire Inktomi’s search business

Search and knowledge management infrastructure vendor Verity Inc. on Wednesday announced plans to acquire Inktomi Corp.'s enterprise search software business for US$25 million in cash. The move leaves Foster City, Calif.-based Inktomi to

Published on: November 13th, 2002 Cathleen Moore