6 jun. 2004

Google soups up intranet search tools


Google Inc. is sharpening the search tools that it sells to companies, schools and government agencies, hoping to mine new revenue sources as it strives to become less dependent on online advertising.

The Mountain View, California-based company on Wednesday took another small step beyond its renowned online search engine releasing its most significant upgrade of a 2-year-old kit that's sometimes called "Google in a box."

The hardware-and-software package is supposed to provide prospective customers with everything they need to do a better job indexing and searching the information on intranets -- a cluster of Web sites maintained behind security shields known as firewalls.

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