One segment of customers who are very interested in the value of automatic
classification are compliance customers. With this in mind we've integrated the
Classification Module directly into our new content collection and archiving
Content Collector. As customers use IBM Content Collector to archive
their email or collect
file system content, they can use the Classification Module to analyze
those emails, attachments and documents and determine automatically what should
be included in the repository, and how to organize it.
Similarly, we've integrated the Classification Module to IBM
FileNet Records Manager
. Now the Classification Module, through a few
simple configuration steps in our workbench tool, can be used to automatically
analyze, identify and declare content as records.
By applying automated, advanced content classification methods to their
information, our customers can rely upon consistent classification logic, at
high levels of accuracy. And they know that their automated solution will
always (happily) participate -- reducing risk and increasing the effective
accuracy of the classification decision making (because what good is a human
based classification approach if no one actually participates? This is a blog
posting for another time). With volumes of content growing every year,
automating these tasks is increasingly a necessity.
Read full article in "The Classification World"