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SAN CARLOS, Calif. – February 21, 2008 – MarkLogic Corporation, a leading provider of infrastructure software for information applications, will hold a webinar on February 26, 2008, dedicated to helping federal agencies better leverage critical content through categorization, entity extraction, geospatial enhancement, and collaboration.

The webinar, titled “Tag, You’re It: Putting Data Into Context Quickly” will review three techniques for enhancing and extracting meaning from content, the importance of locating and preserving the context of the content, and how to produce agile systems that enables users to find, visualize, display and interact with content at all levels of granularity.

The Department of Defense, the intelligence community, and other federal agencies are awash in documents. Often times, these documents contain a plethora of data that loses value without proper context. The result: important information is not readily available because of technical obstacles that agencies can—and should—quickly remedy.

The webinar will be hosted by Chris Biow, Chief Technologist, Government at MarkLogic Corporation. He has worked across many facets of the Intelligence Community, including in the US Navy with the Naval Research Laboratory. He served for eight years on active duty as a Radar Intercept Officer, flying the aircraft-carrier-based F-14 Tomcat and completed a career in the Reserves with the Naval Research Laboratory, working with Space Systems and Sensors. His civilian work has spanned the breadth of DoDIIS, Open Source Intelligence, Counter-Terrorism, Signals, National Reconnaissance, and counter-proliferation intelligence applications.

“Tag, You’re It: Putting Data Into Context Quickly,” will be held on Tuesday, February 26 at 2:00PM Eastern/11:00AM Pacific. It is sponsored by MarkLogic Corporation and co-sponsored by Federal Computer Week and Government Computer News.

For more information and to register for this webinar, Click here


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