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dtSearch 7.0 Review


Remember when you had so little computerized data that it was easy to find what you needed?
When you reach a point of data supersaturation -- when the amount of data you have is so great that it has become unmanageable -- you need a tool to sort through it. Most individual computer users will never reach this point because single user data tends to be replaced or deleted when it becomes irrelevant. Businesses, on the other hand, often need to keep every document, email, log file, and chat session on file for many years. Even when your company is well organized, you still will need software to index and search the data. That's where dtSearch comes in -- it's a suite of desktop and network search tools that can end the hassle associated with managing large amounts of data.
 read more | mail this link | score:5784 | -Ray, November 4, 2005
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