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Autonomy and Zantaz pursue dark matter

Yesterday I wrote about Orchestria, software that provides policy management for messages and Web and file activity to prevent data leakage and ensure corporate governance and compliance with regulatory and corporate standards. I described this class of software as bring more fine-grained controls to unstructured data, the dark matter flowing through enterprises.

July 3, 2007 by Dan Farber


Autonomy CEO says tags don't work

Mike Lynch, the CEO of Autonomy, the UK enterprise search company, was in town this week (video is coming). I used to meet with Mr Lynch regularly when I was at the Financial Times, and when the dotcom boom was in full swing.

April 6, 2007 by


Microsoft COO talks tough on enterprise search

"Enterprise search is our business, it's our house and Google is not going to take that business," said Kevin Turner, Microsoft's new (11 months) chief operating officer and former Wal-Mart executive.  Mike Ricciuti of News.

July 13, 2006 by Dan Farber


Securing the gold in Athens

Despite age-old Olympic truce known as the ekecheiria, or "holding of hands," security experts aren't taking any chances.

August 13, 2004 by Robert Lemos


U.S boosts data-searching toolmakers

The government's drive to search computer networks and databases for clues about terrorist threats is boosting the business prospects of a start-up spun out of Xerox Parc.

February 24, 2003 by Alorie Gilbert


Michael Dell: Challenging the rules

Industry analysts are mixed over Michael Dell's printer gambit. Is Dell picking fights with the wrong hombres or is he writing another success story?

October 14, 2002 by Charles Cooper


Google retools enterprise search

Widening its footprint in enterprise search, Google plans to introduce new hardware and software to navigate corporate intranets and Web sites.

September 30, 2002 by Stefanie Olsen


Peer-to-peer is back in the Groove

Version 2.0 of the Groove Networks software includes tools for integration with Outlook e-mail, enhanced support for Microsoft Office and new server tools for businesses.

April 11, 2002 by David Becker


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