Google launches Search Appliance Update
Washington: Google has reportedly launched a software update to Google Search Appliance (version 7.2) that would allow companies to manage how unstructured content is indexed while giving users access to new search features.
The new version is said to provide enterprises with a more flexible framework for connecting the GSA to other data sources.
In addition to that, the GSA will get an improved admin console and support for more languages, and enterprise users will be allowed to search for something like "part number 37*" when they are not sure as to what the exact part number actually is, Tech Crunch reported.
According to Google, this will help the GSA become a truly universal information hub.
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