Navigate, search and link SharePoint content by use of semantic technologies based on Semantic SP.
Semantic technologies build the basis for smart content management systems. Functionalities of such technologies range from automatic tagging / text mining to taxonomy / ontology management. From a user perspective, improved search, contextualisation of information, e.g. automatic content recommendation, and means for a better understanding of interlinked information are key for professional information management.
SharePoint is a frequently used carrier-system of enterprise content which offers some basic functionalities for semantic information management out-of-the-box. In this webinar, you will see how these features are usually used, e.g. SharePoint’s Term Store, and how those components can be extended by a set of additional functionalities provided by Semantic SP.
We demonstrate and discuss the benefit of use cases based on the following components of the Semantic SP product family:
PowerTagging for SharePoint: Automatic tagging and semantic indexing of documents by use of text mining based on enterprise vocabularies. Semantic search based on SharePoint’s standard search component.
Semantic Knowledge Base for SharePoint: See how to publish and navigate enterprise vocabularies, complex semantic networks and/or ontologies within a SharePoint server.
Taxonomy Creator for SharePoint: See how to create and maintain very large and complex taxonomies by use of PoolParty Thesaurus Server, to import into SP Term Store or to enable PowerTagging for SharePoint.