Coveo liberates content fragmented across any combination of cloud-based, social, and on-premise systems. With full respect for each system’s underlying security, Coveo’s connectors are always-on, continually crawling and ingesting the latest changes so users always have access to the most recent & relevant information. This enables them to make better decisions, accomplish goals and move your organization forward.
Coveo-built connectors integrate deeply with the most prevalent enterprise systems: cloud, on-premise & social. View our list of connectors.
Our connector framework enable easy integration with most repositories, including a flexible security API to support the security models of the indexed repositories. A simple Push API is also available for simple scenarios where content needs to be fed to the index.
Relevant metadata and fields can be used to populate facets within a result set.
An administrator can configure update schedules to capture recent changes in the index.
Follows the existing corporate structure to ensure users access only the content their permissions allow.
Tight integration to the native security model of each system being federated.
Data sources can be configured to index document permissions with content, making early-binding and late binding security possible. Permissions can also be set directly per collection or source.
Security from different systems is normalized within the index so that users are automatically assigned with all proper security identifiers when accessing Coveo. This ensures that users see all the content they are entitled to see.
The main system administrator can grant temporary access to a specified user to search and access content for which he or she does not have access rights normally. Use of this access can be audited via logs. Typical uses are e-Discovery, forensic, etc.
Log in once to Coveo and search, navigate, and consolidate dozens of different data sources simultaneously. Trim results based on user permissions.
Early and Late Binding is integrated directly in the index structures to deliver the best performance, extensibility and security.