Category: Search

Search is a function or process of finding letters, words, files, web pages, or other data. Many operating systems, software programs, and websites contain a various  features to find and locate data.

When on the Internet or using a corporate intranet website, you may need to search through web pages to find the exact document or page required.

However, good results start with information been prepared contextually in the various taxonomies and classifications.

Therefore, our this category is full of handy tips, tricks and advise. Check out some of the Step by Step blogs or learn with our eBooks, How To videos and Webinars.

How to Manage and Troubleshoot Search
How to Manage and Troubleshoot Search
Presentations

SharePoint 2013 introduces a lot of improvements when it comes to managing all aspects of a search deployment and troubleshoot search In this session, we will cover the most common methods for troubleshooting issues related to databases; crawl errors and warnings; entity extraction and content processing; query processing and query rules.  

10 Things I Like in SharePoint 2013 Search
10 Things I Like in SharePoint 2013 Search
Presentations

Based on my SharePoint and FAST Search experience, I’ll demonstrate my “Research Path” on SharePoint 2013 Search. What’s new, what improvements we can find there as well as how to use our existing Search knowledge and experience in SharePoint 2013 Search.  

Building Search Based Applications in SharePoint
Building Search Based Applications in SharePoint
Blog Posts

Creating Search Based Applications in SharePoint is an easy and effective way to drive contextually valuable information to users without the limitations of having the documents in a specific library. Search can surface content from not just SharePoint but even from File Shares or other document management systems. All you need is the content crawled and you can create a document display mechanism based on search.

The Ultimate Guide to Search in SharePoint 2013
The Ultimate Guide to Search in SharePoint 2013
Blog Posts

Many organizations are assessing whether they should move to SharePoint 2013 and how they can ensure a positive return on investment by maximizing user adoption. However, how do you enhance the user experience with SharePoint 2013 and ensure that end users can find the content they need as quickly and efficiently as possible?

If you are a SharePoint administrator or an organization looking to upgrade to SharePoint 2013 in the near future, then read this whitepaper now and discover how you can maximize the value of SharePoint 2013 through SharePoint search.

SharePoint 2013 for Search
SharePoint 2013 for Search
Blog Posts

SharePoint 2013 has an array of new features across different workloads. Enterprise search is one of the workloads that encompass a lot of updates and enhancements. This blog article lists the main new features that have been enhanced/added to SharePoint 2013.

New search features in SharePoint 2013
New search features in SharePoint 2013
Blog Posts

Search functionality in SharePoint 2013 Preview includes several enhancements including custom content processing with the Content Enrichment web service, and a new framework for presenting search result types. Additionally, there have been significant enhancements made to the keyword query language (KQL). Search is a hot topic within SharePoint 2013, below is a summary of some of the search enhancements:

Top 3 Reasons You Should Upgrade to FAST Search for SharePoint
Webinars

Thinking about upgrading to FAST Search for SharePoint? Webinar Summary: European SharePoint community are proud to present this webinar recorded by SurfRay with speaker Mikael Svenson, Microsoft SharePoint search MVP, who will present the top 3 reasons you should upgrade your search solution to FAST Search for SharePoint. Mikael will outline some of the key… READ MORE