Secure Enterprise Search: Version

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Executive Summary

Internet searches have shown that significant information uplift can accrue from search technology. Without search engines, the Internet would still have billions of web pages, but surfers would have to know URLs a priori, or navigate through directories, to locate pages of interest. Clearly it is Search that makes Google popular, and the Internet more useful even as the amount of information on it grows at a rapid pace. Proliferation of information also exists in the enterprise; however enterprises have so far not benefited from the information uplift that good search provides. This has been largely due to the differences between the Intranet and the Internet.

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