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Recommind Boosts Enterprise Search With New Release

Recommind, a provider of search-powered information risk management, released MindServer Search 6.0, the latest version of its flagship enterprise search product.

The solution's federated search capabilities enable users to search across internal and external data sources with one query.

The new release also allows companies to boost certain search results based on select properties of a document, including freshness, rank, specific metadata and document length, according to Recommind .

Search results can feature 'Best Bets' which are preselected files linked to particular queries. Also available is a 'Sponsored Links' feature, which brings external or indexed documents to the user's attention through specific queries, but places them outside the standard search results area. In addition, users can choose to boost results based on their individual profile or that of their team. "Next-generation enterprise search must be able to adapt to the needs of the individual users in order to determine and deliver the exact information required, in context, for each user's specific needs. Users can't spend time authenticating or endlessly searching through results " relevancy must be automatic, instantaneous and accurate," John Alber, technology partner at Bryan Cave LLP, said in a release.

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