Enterprise search

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Enterprise search is the practice of making content from multiple enterprise-type sources, such as databases and intranets, searchable to a defined audience.

Contents1 Enterprise search summary2 Components of an enterprise search system2.1 Content awareness2.2 Content processing and analysis2.3 Indexing2.4 Query Processing2.5 Matching3 Differences from web search6 Relevance factors for enterprise search6 Access Control - early binding vs late binding5.1 Late binding5.2 Early binding6 Search Relevance Testing options7 See also8 ReferencesEnterprise search summary

"Enterprise Search" is used to describe the software of search informati