Anthony Myers of CMS Wire reports, “Semantic search provider Smartlogic is ready to integrate its Semaphore platform into Microsoft SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013, and upgrades include more ontology related Web parts and better multi-farm support for large-scale deployments. Semaphore already integrates with SharePoint Server 2007 and SharePoint 2010, and now that the 2013 version is here, Smartlogic has added customer requests like automating classifications to its enterprise search capabilities. ‘We’ve simplified certain key information management processes, such that manual effort is no longer needed,’ Matthieu Jonglez, Smartlogic chief technology officer said in a statement.”

Myers continues, “Companies using SharePoint often need to be able to find documents, people and resources across many different users and departments, and Semaphore offers a streamlined way to contextualize search. The built in search capabilities of SharePoint have gotten better with each release, but for those companies who require scalability of classifying and using unstructured info, implementations like Semaphore are hard to resist.”

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