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The Google Desktop Search plug-in for ConceptDraw MINDMAP and ConceptDraw PROJECT can be downloaded at http://www.
Products that integrate desktop search and web search can house vulnerabilities within their architecture that allow malicious websites access to documents on users' machines," said Rick Gordon, a Civitas Group Principal, and the main author of the report.
Connecting to Windows Desktop Search or Windows Vista, Vivisimo Velocity is a gateway to enterprise information necessary to increase productivity.
Desktop search tools from vendors such as Google - in use by 95 percent of those surveyed - have not been effective at reducing the amount of time spent managing data.
For me, desktop search indexes unstructured content on a user's local computer.
According to Goebel, who spoke about the future of desktop search at the Enterprise Search Summit this May in New York, the shift away from the desktop and toward the web is the result of the "consumerization of IT," which he says has caused companies to believe that "users don't care where the data's stored.
The application analyzes the context of what users are doing on their computers and proactively finds relevant information from preferred desktop search applications like the MSN Search Toolbar, search engines, news sites, shopping sites, blogs, research services, and corporate knowledge and document management systems.
Shortly thereafter Google introduced Google Desktop Search, which does the same thing but it's so fast and accurate you almost don't have to think about where you store files.
This is the idea behind these features, and it speaks to the type of functionality that's already available in business-class desktop search software.
Companies continue to make--and users continue to benefit from--advances in the desktop search arena.
We've teamed up with Ask Jeeves - which has launched Ask Jeeves Desktop Search, software that searches for files, documents and emails quickly and easily - and psychologist Corinne Sweet to help you work smarter:
The new solution is for enabling integration between KANA Agent IQ, the company's contact center knowledge base, with leading desktop search applications.