I don’t know about you, but I usually push the envelope on my holiday budget, so in January, I’m all about free stuff. If you’re like me, you might be interested in these five free items that can help you improve information management at your enterprise:
1. Free Digital Readiness Assessment Tool
Today’s strategic CIOs are working with lines of business to identify new opportunities to drive growth and innovation. To do this, your organization needs a single platform that has advanced capabilities for engagement, collaboration, and managing information, plus the ability to integrate with other applications.
It’s time to make our human-centric processes 100% digital. Does your organization have the digital competencies needed to ensure success in the future? Take the OpenText Digital Readiness Assessment! You can rate your digital readiness in a series of questions and receive a personalized guide and helpful resources to digital transformation. Use the tool now.
2. Free OpenText Core Trial
We introduced new features for OpenText Core. Among other enhancements, you can now tag your content, publish files to and import files from OpenText Content Server, plus we’ve improved security and user management through integration with your on-premises Active Directory! Sign up for a free 90-day trial and get started right away.
3. Free Big Data Analytics Trial
Delivering better insight is key to any digital strategy. We are embedding and integrating analytics across our suites to help you get even more value from existing deployments. For example, you will be able to conduct analysis on content and processes through integration with Content Suite and Process Suite. Wondering what big data analytics looks like? Try a free 30-day trial.
4. Free On Digital Book
Explore the incredible potential of digital at zero cost. Digitalization changes everything. It has shattered entire industries, displaced market leaders, and introduced new business models. Download Mark Barrenechea’s latest book, On Digital, for free!
5. Free e-Government or Out of Government Book
Society is also shifting. In a short amount of time, we have become a technology-enabled, information-rich, mobile population. To better serve digital citizens, governments around the world need to wake up to this new digital reality. Governments that want to stay relevant are using e-government technologies to improve mission performance, increase transparency, engage citizens, and provide faster access to government services. Download the book for free!
(Bonus!) Free Tip
If your sister-in-law is making a big dinner for the family, do not murmur “ugh” anywhere within her hearing—even if it’s not about her food. She will not believe you.
I hope this free stuff helps to balance your budget—or at least to ease the guilt of the holiday excesses.