Enterprise Search Paris
Solving the Findability Dilemma in Your Organisation
1-2 June 2005
CNIT, Paris - La Défense, France
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  • How internal search engines work
  • Selecting a search engine
  • Using taxonomies and metadata
  • Search analytics and log analysis
  • Strategies for effective search

Enterprise Search Paris is an intensive two-day conference that covers the essentials of developing and managing an internal search capability. The agenda offers a structured learning opportunity where information managers and IT professionals can grasp the strategies and get the knowledge they need to make the content that they are acquiring, publishing, organizing, and managing not only searchable, but “findable.” Expert instructors and case studies will cover how to plan for, choose, deploy, and enhance an internal search capability.

Delegates will learn:

  • How to make search work effectively
  • Using search logs and analysis to improve search
  • Tips for trouble-shooting search problems
  • Case studies from practicing enterprise search professionals
  • How to upgrade or enhance your search engine.
  • When and why to use taxonomies and metadata
  • Next-generation search tools and developments

Who Should Attend?

  • Intranet/portal managers
  • IT managers
  • Information & knowledge architects
  • Content managers
  • Web publishers and developers
  • Information professionals
  • Knowledge management professionals
  • Anyone who is responsible for organizing, managing, and retrieving internal and/or external information

See Provisional Programme


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