Google introduced Asynchronous Tracking as an “alternate way to track” websites. To recap the benefits of using the new asynchronous ga.js snippet over the older ga.js are: Faster tracking code load times via improved code execution Improvements in data collection accuracy Elimination of tracking errors caused by the ga.js snippet not being fully loaded A [...]
People living with MS overcome challenges everyday to do things we all take for granted, walking, going to the store, and on. It is important to us at MC+A to support the mission of the National MS Society through fundraising and raising awareness, supporting research for a cure. MC+A is proud to be sponsoring a [...]
Previously I had authored a series of new features that came as part of the 6.0 software release that was not noted in the software release. For many of our customers, these feature releases are more significant than say GSA unification since they only have a single GSA. Metadata Base64 Encoding In software release 6.2, [...]
A month ago I reported a screenshot of Google’s new layout in a previous post. During my last few searches I’ve been given this layout. The icons have been updated and take up less of the screen. As well, the filtering has been compacted.
Google released the latest patch to software version 6.2. Please contact your MC+A customer support contact for information regarding this or to schedule a time for an upgrade to be performed.
The Steps To Implement Search History On A Google Search Appliance or Google Mini A few weeks ago there was a thread on the Google Groups regarding how to display search history on a Google Search Appliance query results page. Our approach typically at MC+A is to utilize the xslt as much as possible as [...]
Sometimes I get so use to the Google.com search interface that I’m surprised when I don’t see it. It looks like I got randomly shown this variation of the classic Google.com site. On the left there is the Google properties and then some faceted search What is interesting is if you scroll down a little [...]
Since the Google Search Appliance introduced support for both Microsoft SharePoint and Kerberos many of our customers have begun to implement Kerberos more often technology. Kerberos with SharePoint can provide a Single Sign On technology that is silent. However, the reason that most companies have not implemented Kerberos because it’s difficult to debug. I have [...]
Yesterday on their Google Apps Blog, Google announced a web clipboard for Google Docs. This is the first great step in getting similar thick client functionality. My “holy grail” request is to actually get a web clip board so that I can simply paste say an image I’m working on into Google Docs or Google [...]