Analytics for Human Information: HP Named a Leader in Enterprise Search by Market Research Firm

gartner_ent_search_mq_landing.jpgThe 2014 Enterprise Search Magic Quadrant from Gartner Research was released last week, and HP Autonomy fared extremely well among the 17 vendors that were evaluated. We placed in the Leader’s Quadrant, validating our commitment to delivering search-based, mission-critical applications.

 

View a complimentary copy of this report here.

 

Among Gartner’s observations about HP Autonomy are the following:

  • HP Autonomy is exceptionally good at handling searches driven by queries that include surmised or contextual information.
  • The sophistication and extensibility of HP Autonomy's Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL) offering enable it to tackle the most demanding use cases, such as fraud detection and search within large video libraries and feeds.
  • HP Autonomy's very long list of data connector types enables almost any data source to be discovered and indexed.

As noted in this blog post by Gartner analyst Darin Stewart, “Enterprise Search Can Bring Big Data Within Reach,” search provides the foundational capability needed to solve your toughest information challenges. Accessing data is the first step to realizing the promise of big data. That is why, even as other traditional search stalwarts such as Microsoft FAST and Oracle Endeca have stepped away from the market, HP Autonomy has redoubled its investment in IDOL search technology. IDOL forms the basis of our entire solutions portfolio, including eDiscovery, archiving, enterprise content management, data protection, marketing optimization, healthcare analytics, video surveillance, knowledge management, and beyond.

 

Exciting days are ahead for HP IDOL. With trends such as mobility, social computing, and cloud computing all having significant impact on our search expectations, we can’t wait to be part of reshaping the next era of Enterprise Search.

 

In the meantime, check out the full Gartner report here.

 

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Da Hye Huh serves as the Director of Product Marketing for Autonomy IDOL.
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