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4:06 pm on Jan 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Google Releases New Minis [crn.com]

“We hear all the time about intranets where they now discover hundreds of thousands of documents.

The new Minis will sell direct, but Google now has dozens of partners working on bringing Google search to internal documents that it currently doesn’t reach. The new appliances could expand the potential customer universe for those partners.

Reuters [today.reuters.co.uk]

[edited by: Brett_Tabke at 4:29 pm (utc) on Jan. 12, 2006]

4:27 pm on Jan 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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>> Google now has dozens of partners

Best way to penetrate the corporate IT market

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>>where they now discover hundreds of thousands of documents

...sounds like my hard drive. ;)

7:24 pm on Jan 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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This sounds like a better idea to get revenue than "google pack".
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Sounds like something for WebmasterWorld - </subtlehint> :)
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Sounds interesting.With Google unveling the two Mini search appliances on thursday.We need to see the effect only after implementation.
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Sounds like something for WebmasterWorld - </subtlehint> :)

Sounds like an idea, make it available only to supporters and it could search the private forums too.
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Ya, now that would be a great idea. I'd renew my subscription here if they brought back search. Otherwise, nope, not gonna do it.
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I dont get whats the diff mini and desktop search?

Right now I have google desktop on dnak remote,

lets me search from any computer, just like a search engin,

I have 10 network drives index and my exchange server.

Im searching 2million docs for free from any computer i want.

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I'd renew my subscription here if they brought back search

It is back in the search engine indexes so you can search again!

6:40 pm on Jan 22, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Billk --

Desktop search is a program running on your computer that scans your hard disk for documents and indexes them for search.

Intranet/Enterprise search is for companies that have web or other document servers available from within the company, but not available to the general public. So I could find a document from the HR department explaining why my insurance doesn't cover anything, for example :-) Another variant of this is "site search" whereby a company uses the search appliance to full crawl and index content from the public website. While you can sort of get this for free using Google's "site:www.widget.com <query>" capability, it is limited to documents it can get at from a hyperlink, and is far from within our control. In both Intranet and Site search, the appliance is located within the company's firewall and controlled by the company.

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Oh..I thought Mark Wahlberg and Charlize Theron were going to get faster cars.