May 26, 2011
Just a friendly reminder on how the Advanced Search Builder ranks search results.
When conducting a search, the default search result sort is Score. The Score hit displays the highest score count at the top of the document list based on the number of times the searched term or phrase occurs in a document.
In this example, the first two documents have the most search term hits in a single document. The searched term appeared 116 times in comparison to the other documents. The percentages are based on a total of 116 hits.
Total Hits Number of Hits Percentage
116 116 100%
116 96 82%
March 27, 2011
After Facebook hit 500 million users, few could deny the explosive growth of social media. LinkedIn, Twitter and the like have changed the traditional channels of snail mail advertisements, increased the efficiency of research and continue to evolve with sticky features such a social networking and online collaboration that keep users from venturing off to other sites. Whether its business or personal, this growth has yielded great advances that could have several positive effects on the eDiscovery industry. However, we are also seeing looming challenges for corporations presented by social media. More...