The terminology of Enterprise Search is a special one. We talk about
it, discuss it, even have debates about it – but the exact phrases and
expressions might have “blur” understandings.
Based on my experience, Enterprise Search discussions almost always have to be started with clarifying the terminology, which may take valuable time.
The main goal of this e-book is to help everyone working with Search to have a common understanding, and that the discussions to be started with the real, valuable conversations. The e-book covers the following topics:
Agnes Molnar, principal consultant, and CEO of Search Explained specializes in information architecture and enterprise search.
During her remarkable career, Agnes has collaborated with numerous renowned companies on both a national and international scale, architecting and executing dozens of enterprise search implementations for both commercial and government organizations.
Due to her passion and zest for the IT field, since the year 2008, Agnes has consistently received the prestigious MVP award (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional). She has also been designated several times since 2013 as one of the Top 25 Influencers in SharePoint and Office 365, both in Europe and globally.
Agnes’s basic aim is to create awareness among people regarding search options, techniques, and best practices. According to her, people should know how to search for something they are looking for in a short and precise time frame. Also, the searched material should be accurate and useful for the respective individual. She accomplishes this through Search Explained's blog by sharing search tips and techniques, best practices and related information management methods. Moreover, she delivers all this in a remarkably easy-to-understand way so that everyone can comprehend and relate to it.
Apart from her blog work, Agnes has also written and co-authored various books on SharePoint and Enterprise Search. (See more on our Books page)
She has also delivered many presentations on the topics of search and different Microsoft technologies around the globe, i.e. in USA, Canada, Singapore, UK, Germany, Peru … and the list goes on. (See more on our list of Events, and her Speaking page.)