Searching for “social search” on the internet delivers over 13 million results. But the question that continues to crop up is: “What exactly is social search?” Facebook, Google and Bing – more and more internet companies advertise with “social search”. A user profile from social networks is integrated into the search. Posts and comments from friends and contacts in social networks are displayed in the search as normal search results.
By 2015 approximately 37% of the world’s workforce will be so-called “mobile workers” who don’t operate from a fixed workplace and therefore need access to their data wherever they are.
Information on the web is basically made up of websites consisting of structured data. Many applications embed their structured data directly in the website because the automatic processing of web contents is becoming increasingly important. The meta-formats integrated in HTML provide vocabulary for the web content. Certain sematic search engines form so-called question-answering systems. They give structured answers to questions based on the existing meta-formats directly in a natural language.
With continuously increasing data connection speeds, data movement increases too. These vast amounts of data make it difficult for companies to provide their employees with relevant information. Enterprise search solutions help to maintain control over the relentless data flood.
After the success of last year, in January 2013 Austria’s leading technology portal once again started its campaign to support candidates in their search for an internship in the IT sector. Mindbreeze was also once again happy to put internship places up for grabs
With the 2013 Summer Release we’ve further improved what we already had and added new and exciting features. Our Mindbreeze products and Mindbreeze websites have been redesigned to better fit our customer needs. With Mindbreeze InSite we provide our customers with a cloud service for professional website search. Simply register for a free 10 day trial on our website.
An important factor regarding mobile devices is responsive design. All Mindbreeze widgets and user interface components are based on HTML5, CSS and JavaScript standards and deliver an optimal display on any interface and for any device size.
This document gives you a quick overview of the new features from the Mindbreeze 2013 Spring Release.