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I saw this thought provoking article by David Diamond in CMS Wire, "5 Reasons Why DAM is No Photoshop" (read it here) and wanted to share some of my thoughts.
The author and I both agree that DAM is no Photoshop, and I am sure even more reasons could be listed. However, I am curious as to why the comparison of DAM to PhotoShop? Is it to show how DAM has missed the mainstream boat or why DAM has not evolved into “SharePoint for the masses”? (although Microsoft would like to see it that way…)I think th...
On the OpenText Blog, Dylan McConnell reminds us that summer is just around the corner, as he introduces the upcoming OpenText live webinars for the month of June. Don’t miss out on our Web Experience Management (WEM) 8.5 webinar titled OpenText Web Experience Management 8.5: A Deeper Look, featuring an all-new user experience!
- Posted on May 23, 2013 at 9:26 AM GMT by Dylan McConnell in OpenText Online Blog
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OpenText Web Experience Management 8.5: A Deeper Look
Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. EDT
OpenText Web Experience Management (WEM) 8.5 is about to be released with a host of new features for targeting, localization and mobile channel support. It will also feature an all-new user experience.
This webinar will give you a deeper look at how to leverage these new features. We’ll also discuss what to consider when upgrading. This webinar will be 100% real—no PowerPoint!Please note that this session...
OpenText issued two news releases on Monday May 13th. OpenText announced that OpenText Capture and optical character recognition (OCR) services are now included in the SAP® Cloud for Travel solution, a cloud-based application for travel management. The offering is expected to make it easier for business travelers to file expense reports using information scanned from receipts using scanners or mobile devices.
A publication of The Global Simplicity Index revealed that complexity is costing 200 of the biggest compan...
On the OpenText Blog, CEO Mark Barrenechea discusses the CIO’s role as the digital guardian of the enterprise and describes how a layered EIM approach can ensure that your enterprise information is secure. For further details on how to apply these mechanisms, check out the latest installment in the CEO Whitepaper Series, “Information Security: Protecting the Power of Information.”Jamie Pepper, in observing the multimedia trend, wonders if video, along with video and audio sen...
The technology has even progressed to a point where what we say can be analyzed to determine the sentiment of our wording outsid...
- Tags: appliances, cio, compliance, cyber hackers, enterprise information management, firewall, firewall configuration, governance, information governance, information security, malware, mark barrenechea, opentext, password policies, password protection, security, threat detection, user authentication
- Categories: EIM, OpenText
What is the role of today’s CIO? What is their charge in the enterprise? Is the CIO just a purchasing center and infrastructure provider?In actual fact, the CIO is much more. Above and beyond effectively delivering the services and applications that keep an organization running, today’s CIO is the digital guardian of the enterprise.
There are many possible ways to compromise an organization’s security and deny service, from extracting sales information or tracking a company’s activities to any numbe...
- Posted on May 08, 2013 at 1:56 PM GMT by Dylan McConnell in OpenText Online Blog
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There are plenty of ways professionals can gather feedback from customers and peers. Surveys are simple, quick and great for gathering quantitative information. But they're one-way streets—they don't often provide context or additional information for participants. One-on-one interviews allow two-way communication between professional and client, but it's tough to rely on interviews as a method for establishing the general opinions of an audience.The OpenText Online Support team has surveyed and ...
This image has been floating around Facebook for a few weeks now and it really struck a chord with me. The image made me ask myself a few questions such as; has social media really changed how I work; do I work better or are these pure distractions from the task at hand?I may be showing my age, but I started into the work force just as email was catching on and I remember asking a few of my co-workers whether or not I should even add my email address to my business card. Now I can’t imagine how ...