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Google unveils Gen 5 of Enterprise Search Appliance
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Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 10 October 2007 10:45

 Engine now links to content management systems and allows for simultaneous keyword searches across Documentum, FileNet, Livelink, and SharePoin 

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By Ephraim Schwartz
October 09, 2007
Google, the newly-christened $600-per-share company, unveiled on Tuesday evening the fifth generation of its Google Enterprise Search Appliance. A combination of hardware preloaded with software, the latest version addresses a major enterprise pain point: Searching through multiple content repositories or ECM (Enterprise Content Management) systems.



The Google capability, called Universal Search, connects to four different content repositories -- Documentum, FileNet, Livelink, and SharePoint -- and can index content from all four.

Google is also unveiling an open framework so that partners like ECM companies Stellent and Hummingbird that are not part of the current announcement can build connectors to the Universal Search system, according to Nitin Mangtani, lead product manager for enterprise search at Google .

While every ECM company offers its own search capabilities, the Google appliance can index and search all four repositories simultaneously with a single keyword search.

In addition to searching ECMS, Universal Search will also connect to content stored in Google Apps and hosted by Google.

"The definition of where information is is changing. It is not only inside the firewall but in the cloud," said Mangtani.... More  Comment in the Forum
 

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