Concept Searching to Exhibit and Release SharePoint and Office 365 Survey Results at Microsoft Ignite

Concept Searching will be at Booth 1632, to demonstrate how its award-winning solutions integrate with Microsoft products.

Concept Searching, the global leader in semantic metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy management software is pleased to be an exhibitor at Microsoft Ignite, September 25th-29th, in Orlando, Florida. Concept Searching will be at Booth 1632, to demonstrate how its award-winning solutions integrate with Microsoft products.

Concept Searching executives, Martin Garland – President, and Michael Paye – Chief Technology Officer, will discuss the latest product and market developments. And the team will demonstrate its unique technology and expertise in metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy-based solutions for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid environments.

New conceptClassifier applications will be showcased, which integrate natively within environments, and provide the full functionality of the core conceptClassifier platform.


  • conceptClassifer for SharePoint Online enriches content, making it more findable and usable, whether in online or hybrid environments. It is the only product available that delivers a comprehensive search and governance solution for Office 365.
  • conceptClassifier for Exchange protects not only from internal and external security breaches but also from repercussions due to noncompliance, providing protection and risk reduction.
  • conceptClassifier for File Shares cleans up, optimizes, and organizes file share content, to mitigate risk, and provide a platform for defensible deletion while reducing the cost of content ownership.
  • conceptClassifier for Box delivers the missing Box components of automatic metadata generation, classification, and taxonomy management. It augments records management with real-time data breach identification, focused eDiscovery, and improved productivity.

Concept Searching will be also be sharing the results of its fifth annual survey, which explores the requirements and direction of SharePoint and Office 365 organizations. The survey results consistently illustrate these organizations’ application priorities and infrastructure. Findings are presented in a white paper, and last year’s…

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