Document attributes provide ways to find and navigate among documents of interest. In fact, one of the biggest challenges in e-discovery and content management is to assign the best classifications and attributes to documents in a collection. Here is a checklist of where to look for different types of attributes: Within the Files Themselves, Either […]

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The three most important criteria by which to judge file or document classification and coding systems are Consistency Consistency & Consistency The reason is pretty obvious: without consistency a file classification scheme cannot deliver any of the promised downstream benefits, things like enhanced retrievability, selection of appropriate retention schedules, and setting appropriate security access permissions […]

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“Unstructured” content is a term used to describe content stored on file shares, personal computing devices, and content management systems. A major challenge to making effective use of such content is that words can have multiple meanings, and a name can refer to more than one person. Even worse, there can be multiple forms of […]

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Negation is a powerful new tool used to identify high-value words or graphical elements in documents, detect patterns across document types, and add a new dimension to Boolean logic. The idea is simple: within clusters of visually-similar documents, the words and graphical elements differentiating one document from another are the ones that don’t occur in the same […]

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The BeyondRecognition Network

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