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New Google Appliance Stuffs 10 Million Docs Into Pizza Box

Google is amping up its corporate search tool by more than tripling its capacity compared to previous models. The newly launched Google Search Appliance boasts the ability to index up to 10 million documents with a single, bright yellow server. The development -- Google's fifth offering in the Sear...

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SOA Goes Guerilla

The latest BriefingsDirect SOA Insights Edition, Vol. 26, provides a roundtable discussion and dissection of Services Oriented Architecture-related news and events with a panel of IT analysts and experts. In this episode, our group examines the relationship and tension between enterprise-wide SOA an...

Google Puts New Shine on Enterprise Search Appliance

Google on Wednesday launched the fifth version of its enterprise search appliance with more security, better internal search result relevance and a wider reach across enterprise content management systems. The Version 5.0 upgrades of the Google Search Appliance allow business managers to search acro...

IBM Buys Internet Security Systems for $1.3 Billion

IBM is making yet another splashy acquisition, this time in the data security arena. The computing giant will pay US$1.3 billion to acquire Internet Security Systems, it announced Wednesday. The deal, which values ISS at $28 per share in cash -- an 8 percent premium over the previous day's closing p...

IBM Buys FileNet in $1.6 Billion Deal

Making its third software acquisition in a week, IBM said Thursday it would buy enterprise content management provider FileNet for US$1.6 billion in cash. Big Blue said it would use the FileNet technology to round out its "Information on Demand" efforts, which it launched earlier this year. The move...

IBM Gets Specific About Ascential Integration

IBM wasted no time announcing the first product suite to come out of its US$1.1 billion acquisition of Ascential Software, which closed Monday. Big Blue also released today technology that enables companies to manage all their electronic records even if they are housed within different document-man...

IBM Acquires Venetica To Strengthen Content-Integration Offerings

IBM today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Venetica, a privately held company based in Charlotte, North Carolina. The acquisition is expected to close in the fourth quarter. Financial details were not disclosed. Venetica's operations will be integrated into the Information I...

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