Posted by: kurtsh | November 20, 2006

WEBCAST: Microsoft Enterprise Search – November 29, 2006

Wednesday, November 29, 2006
10:00 a.m. Pacific

Don’t have time to get away from the office? Want to know about Microsoft search solutions for the Enterprise? Join us for a live Webcast where you’ll learn more from Microsoft experts and Microsoft Gold Partner Allin Consulting about how the improvements in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows Desktop Search can provide your organization business-ready search capabilities.

To register for this webcast:

Providing the people in your organization the ability to quickly find, use and share the right information is critical to helping them make better business decisions, be more productive, and achieve greater business success. Information workers need to access information from across their desktops, the company network, application databases and people and experts. According to IDC estimates, information workers spend 15% to 30% of their work time just looking for information.

With great appreciation for the business challenges associated with finding, using and sharing information across the Enterprise, Microsoft would like to invite you to this briefing on Microsoft search solutions for the Enterprise. You will learn how Microsoft search solutions for the Enterprise can help reduce the time your people spend looking for information by providing business-ready search capabilities that quickly, securely and seamlessly find, use and share the most relevant business information, people and expertise via familiar, easy-to-use, integrated interfaces.

David Swanson – Solution Specialist, Microsoft Corporation
Karl Kuhnhausen – Director of Collaboration, Allin Consulting

– Why is Search important?
– What is the Microsoft Search story
– Solution overview, feature walkthrough
– Searching structured and unstructured data sources
– Searching people and expertise
– Integrated user experience
– Management and administration tools
– Licensing matrix and pricing (if this information is public at the time of the Webcast)
– Q&A


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