15.50 - 17.00
Open Source Search
Moderator: Charlie Hull, Managing Director, Flax
In the first of two case studies, Cedric Ulmer discusses how the city of Antibes used an open source enterprise search solution for its intranet search needs. René Kriegler will reveal how a German shopping portal implemented a process of continuous search monitoring and improvement using metrics and tools which made the most of open source.
CASE STUDY: City of Antibes gives Open Source Search to its Employees
Cedric Ulmer, CEO, France Labs
Patrick Duverger, CIO, City of Antibes HP Compaq DigitalEquipment OrangeLabs
CASE STUDY: shopping24: Continuous Search Monitoring and Improvement using Open Source
Dennis Kallerhoff, Head of Operations, shopping24internet group
René Kriegler, Independent Search Consultant
15.50 - 17.00
Moderator: Valentin Richter, CEO and Founder, Raytion
Microsoft has announced major enhancements to the search application in SharePoint 2013. The two talks in this session set out the benefits of these enhancements and consider what the implications are for organisations considering if, and when, to upgrade from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013.
The Things You Need to Know about SharePoint 2013 Search
Matthew Willsmore, Senior Technical Consultant, Search Technologies
Search Based Applications with SharePoint 2013
Agnes Molnar, Independent Consultant, ECM & Search Expert
As the Enterprises grow, having more and more information stored in the various back-end and Content Management Systems, Search Based Applications get more and more importance and emphasis. SharePoint 2013 has countless new features and capabilities to provide contextually valuable information to every segment of your business.
In this topic, I'm going through several real world scenarios, highlighting the most important use cases, options and solution patters to provide a practical overview of the Search capabilities of Microsoft's latest platform.