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The segment addresses some important considerations regarding enterprise data access. But first some general background on the search engine this segment addresses. dtSearch (dtSearch.com) has enterprise and developer products that instantly search terabytes of text including a broad range of different file types, emails with multilevel attachments, a wide variety of databases, and other web data. But even if you aren’t with a large enterprise, and you just want to search your own data, you can go to dtSearch.com and download a fully-functional 30-day evaluation version anytime.
dtSearch works by building a search index and then uses that search index to search terabytes of all popular data types. There is no need to tell dtSearch what data formats you have. dtSearch will figure that out for itself, whether it is MS “Office” files, other “Office” files, PDFs, website data, databases or even emails with possible attachments. Then you can instantly search all that data using over 25 different search options, including multicolor highlighted hits, forensics search options like the ability to find credit card numbers in data, faceted searching options for developers, and much more.
The dtSearch customer base includes many enterprises with highly sensitive data sets, like 4 out of 5 of the Fortune 500’s largest Aerospace and Defense companies, and law enforcement and defense government agencies. One reason that dtSearch is used by so many customers with highly sensitive data is that dtSearch products do not send back information to the “Mother Ship.” No matter where dtSearch products are installed – on a portable device, on a PC, on a laptop, on a local server or on a cloud server – dtSearch products do not send back information on what types of documents and other data you are searching, search requests, search history or anything else of that nature. That’s a really important point.
Now that you know that dtSearch is not going to send data back to the “Mother Ship,” you can think about how you set up search access to your enterprise’s data based solely on only the needs of your enterprise. Please go to the segment link for more.
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