We are able to spot trends and adapt our market leading work flow and semantic technologies to take advantage of new opportunities.
Louisville, KY (PRWEB) April 11, 2011 —
Smartlogic, one of the world’s leading search and content processing semantic technology vendors, is underwriting SharePointSemantics.com, a news service that covers news and information about SharePoint content processing, semantic technology for Microsoft SharePoint, indexing, taxonomies, ontologies, metatagging and related content technologies.
Jeremy Bentley, CEO of Smartlogic said, “We have long needed an objective, candid news service for SharePoint semantics and related technology. When ArnoldIT showed us the trial issue, we saw the service as a way to fill the gap. We find the daily updates, Monday through Friday, a great way to keep up with the newest technology for SharePoint. Our own semantics offerings benefit from this information. We are able to spot trends and adapt our market leading work flow and semantic technologies to take advantage of new opportunities.”
Bentley continued with, “We enjoyed working with the ArnoldIT.com editor, Alice Wasielewski, a librarian trained in indexing and collection development, throughout the development process. At Smartlogic, we value useful information which SharePointSemantics provides year-round.”
Stephen E. Arnold, managing director of ArnoldIT, said, “SharePoint Semantics features information from a wide range of sources. These include journal articles, stories from Web logs, presentations at conferences and on services such as Scribd.com, and traditional print media. The goal is to make SharePointSemantics.com the place a professional can consult to find out ways to improve the user’s SharePoint experience, enhance findability, and boost the ROI for an investment in Microsoft’s state of the art technology.”
The web site will include articles, features, and links to important SharePoint resources. In addition, the SharePointSemantics.com editorial team will offer critical comments about products and services. As good as SharePoint is, the editors want to flag concerns and ways to deliver a satisfying user experience. Comments are permitted for every SharePointSemantics.com story. An About section sets forth the editorial policy for the Web log. Story ideas may be submitted to sharepointsemantics at yahoo dot com.
Smartlogic is a software company that specializes in semantics. Smartlogic’s Semaphore is an Enterprise Semantic Platform that augments traditional information management systems like search, content management and business workflow engines by adding advanced content classification, metadata and navigation capabilities to deliver a more complete enterprise information management experience. Smartlogic clients are organizations across the globe who value their information assets and Semaphore helps these organizations derive meaning and value from their information by adding a semantic layer to their existing systems as well as use Semaphore to mitigate the risks associated with those same information assets. Semaphore does this by capturing an organization’s subjects and topics into models, and then puts these models to work. More than 250 companies like NASA, Bank of America, UBS, AutoDesk, Oxy, Ford Foundation, Pitney Bowes, The National Health Service, RBS [ABN AMRO], The Office of Public Sector Information, Yell.com and others use Smartlogic today.
About Stephen E. Arnold, ArnoldIT
Stephen E. Arnold is a technology and financial analyst with more than 30 years of experience. He is the recipient of the following awards: ASIS Eagleton Lectureship, 1986; Online Best Paper Award, 1989, the Malcolm Hill Award, 2003, the OSS Golden Candle Award in 2007.In addition to “Google: The Digital Gutenberg,” he is the author of more than 50 journal articles and a number of other books, including “Internet 2000” and the first three editions of the 600-page encyclopedia of search called “The Enterprise Search Report.” His new study of enterprise search will be published by Pandia in Oslo, Norway, in May 2011. The phrases “content with intent,” “SIMM,” or “variants” should be credited to ArnoldIT.com.