Understanding the users’ intentions and how and why they are searching for content is vital to creating an efficient and easy means for SharePoint users to access the content they need.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 09, 2014
Joining Intlock for a unique webinar on Search Optimization within SharePoint environments, Agnes Molnar, SharePoint MVP, partners with Intlock's Director of Marketing Yarin Negri on April 24, 3 pm CEST (9:00 am EST) with her vision and expertise on Search and Findability enhanced with CardioLog Analytics, the leading SharePoint analytics solution. Increased Search efficiency can certainly improve content and the reverse is also true, so understanding both Search and the content sought by end users performing Search can lead to powerful results.
The webinar “Search as Application – Much more than Technology” examines the various ways in which SharePoint portal users can increase their content Findability and optimize Search with a better understanding of user activity, the content searched for, and understanding that in the context of Findability, both user and content are equally important. Extracting the metrics that indicate this with CardioLog Analytics provides the concrete facts of what’s currently enabling and disabling Search and Findability.
Understanding the users’ intentions and how and why they are searching for content is vital to creating an efficient and easy means for SharePoint users to access the content they need. Agnes Molnar addresses the various aspects of Search, including Metadata, Search phrases, failed Search, Navigation, Page Views and Visits, and identifying users, their needs and then addressing training requirements, all with the purpose to help both end users and administrators simplify the search and content management processes.
With a comprehensive look at how CardioLog Analytics reports can provide answers to these questions, Molnar and Negri investigate how Search in portals can be leveraged to increase productivity, time management and help SharePoint users and administrators internationally.