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The Importance of Searchability in an Age of Information Overload

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Libraries are of little use when all the books are scattered on the floor.

After all, even having a collection equivalent to the Library of Congress doesn’t mean a whole lot if you can’t find the right piece of information when you need it. Without a structure for sorting and cataloging all titles, books become little more than intellectual clutter.

So imagine the plight of companies today that are dealing with new age libraries of their own. Increasingly, organizations ...

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Winnov Newsletter – February 2013 Edition

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Content Management: A Vital Element of the Streaming Video Workflow

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

Libraries don’t do you much good when the books are scattered all over the floor. After all, if you have to sort through thousands of volumes every time you want to find a single piece of information, it defeats the purpose of having a content archive in the first place.

We build libraries so that we can ...

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