Is the Google Search Appliance Making a Comeback?

June 7, 2012

Lately, we haven’t been hearing much about Googles Search Appliance. The recent headline, Marval O’Farrell & Mairal Selects Persistent Systems for Enterprise Google Search Appliance Solution announced a bit of news regarding GSA.
Emilio Feliu, CIO of Marval O’Farrell & Mairal stated:

“We’ve been using the OpenText eDocs DMS to manage all our business information documents and records. As a leading law firm, security of data and timely access to information is critical to our business. It’s our company policy to invest in leading-edge information technology and selecting Persistent Systems for its expertise in providing GSA connectors was definitely the right choice in helping us with deploying GSA as our enterprise search platform. The eDocs Connector works great and provides us with timely access to information without us having to worry about information security.”

Persistent Systems is a global company that specializes in software products and technology innovation. They have been a Google enterprise partner since around 2005. Google’s Search Appliance Solution’s (GSA) offer tools that help companies to overcome the challenge of accessing information within its enterprise in order to save time and money. Google offers users easy-to-deploy solutions which will provide their companies with a customizable high search relevancy, performance scaling and third-party content integration.

We were starting to wonder when we’d hear some good news for Google. Now GSA is getting some positive business reviews via their partnership with Persistent. Though we don’t hear much about Google’s Search Appliance, maybe that is about to change. Is it possible that Persistant is helping Google is make a comeback?

Jennifer Shockley, June 7, 2012

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