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    Federated search is an approach to information retrieval that aggregates query results from multiple information sources. Federated search may also be called universal search.

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    Understand this capability makes you a better admin.

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  • AOL apologizes for exposing search data

    A spokesman for the ISP-turned-portal says the release of keyword search information from about 658,000 anonymous AOL users was a "screw up" that was based on good intentions.

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    Does "search" change everything? Well, maybe some things...like business intelligence.

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