The Power of Controlled Content in a Networked World

According to Gartner, enterprise data will grow 650 percent in the next five years, while IDC argues that the world’s information now doubles about every year and a half. When I hear statistics like this,
terms such as Contentnado and Contentaggeddon come to my mind. (You may have guessed, yes I am a weather fan) What also comes to mind when I think about the amount of content that is being created, stored and shared across the web, in the cloud, on premise, thumb drives etc.
are questions such as; How safe is this content once it leaves your grasp? Who is seeing the content? How can you control who has access to it? How can you ensure you can retrieve it where and when you need it?

These are questions that we should all be asking ourselves every time we unleash a piece of content into the wild. But if you look at the stats, it is doubtful that we are.

According to the Aberdeen Group’s Report SaaS Data Loss: The Problem You Didn’t Know You Had, 32% of companies surveyed had lost data from the cloud. Of these instances,
47% were due to end users deleting information, 17% were users overwriting data, and 13% were because hackers deleted info.

Content is the lifeblood of business and should be protected and treated as a high-value asset. Yet, according to Enterprise Strategy Group’s research , 70% of organizations know or suspect this type of rogue employee activity takes place within their companies, and they’re sprinting to catch up and regain control over company data.

Content loss is not the only problem: Organizations are also faced with an inability to retrieve content. According to IDC, 3 hours is spent each week recreating content that already exists.
That translates into a large drain on your businesses productivity and efficiency rates.

So what is the right approach to combating these problems? While it may seem like a daunting task, it doesn’t have to be. Solutions like OpenText Tempo Box are the foundation for the future of secure enterprise file sync and share. Tempo Box is built on OpenText’s ECM infrastructure and operates in the cloud or on-premise.

We are so confident in its ability that we are now delivering Tempo Box as a free add-on to our Content Suite Platform 10.5. Tempo Box is now an integral component of our Content Suite Platform 10.5.

Tempo Box offers our users a simplified approach to Enterprise Content Management and allows users to easily sync, share, and store information across all the devices they use, without sacrificing the records management rigor and security demanded by their organization’s internal policies and industry regulations. With multiple clients available, Tempo Box provides access and management of content from the Web and mobile devices, as well as content synchronization to the desktop.

It’s time to take back control of your content and implement a true enterprise-grade sync-and-share solution that effortlessly brings the best advantages of external file sync and sharing—content creation,
collaboration, and storage—into a secure, governable environment where it belongs. Learn more about Tempo Box today!

About Kimberly Edwards

Kimberly Edwards
Kimberly is a Product Marketing Director for OpenText.

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