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Google has updated its corporate search appliances so that they can search not only data stored behind a company's firewall but also data housed on various online services, including Mountain View's own Google Docs and Googles Sites. The latest incarnation of the Google Search Appliance — version 6.8 — includes a tool that …

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  1. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

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    "We also asked Google how many businesses are now using Google Search Appliances, but it did not respond."

    That is confidential, proprietary and sensitive information, Cade, and is silence on the matter a wholly appropriate Active Response Measure/Dynamic Astute Intelligent Defense.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    WTF?

    Huh?

    "Via Google Site Search, you can query public websites and blogs, and thanks to the tie-with Google Sites — part of the Google Apps suite — you can readily search websites you may be hosting with Google itself"

    You can do all that with the existing software - just give it a URL and off it goes to crawl. As long as your firewall lets web traffic through. Simples.

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