News of the Week
On Tuesday, March 13th, OpenText introduced OpenText Managed File Transfer (MFT), a new solution that integrates with Microsoft Outlook to manage the fast and secure exchange of large files inside and outside enterprises.
"We heard loud and clear from customers that their current solutions for exchanging digital content were limited in file size, not secure enough, too slow or too hard to use. We developed OpenText Managed File Transfer to fully address these challenges," said Eugene Cherny, General Manager for Connectivity at OpenText. "Our deep expertise in developing enterprise connectivity and content management solutions puts us in the position to offer a dramatically improved approach to enterprise file transfer."
On OpenText Blogs, OT’s Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Chairman, Tom Jenkins, counts the many blessings that Mobile BPM has to offer in his fourth installment of The Rise of the Mobile Enterprise.
Joyce Hostyn looks at what organizations can do to bridge the damaging “experience gap” between what they deliver to their customers and what their customers feel they received.
In the role of “roving reporter,” Oliver Sturrock, brings us observations on the Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) market from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Karen Weir wants everyone to know that April is Roadmap Month! Be sure to check out what's on the horizon with your OpenText products and solutions.
Guest blogger, Jed Cawthorne, a senior strategy consultant for ECM at BMO Financial Group, addresses the question, How Social is Enterprise Search?
We started a new blog series this week: “Get To Know OT” which lets you meet the people behind the company…and we’ve got some interesting people! First up is Software QA Architect, Adrienne Farrell.
In other blogs, avid runner, Lubor Ptacek, marvels at the multitude of advanced tech gadgets available to athletes looking to monitor pace, speed, distance, elevation and more. Currently in training for the Ottawa marathon, Lubor is “Running with Heart” and on a mission to raise money for two well-deserving foundations, the American Heart Association and the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
James Latham outlines Step One - Content Strategy for Inbound Marketing, the first of the three key elements he plans to address.
OpenText in the Media
CMSWire picked up Tuesday’s press release, noting that “OpenText has been busy again” in creating the new Managed File Transfer solution that “unburdens users from file size limitations while providing usability comparable to email attachments.”
Search Content Management talked with OpenText’s Lubor Ptacek about the challenges IT departments are now facing with the growing BYOD to work phenomenon.
Enterprise Apps Today spoke with experts from IBM and OpenText, discussing Six Ways BPM Can Improve Supply Chain Management.
The Data Chain revealed OpenText UK’s concerns surrounding the deployment of smart meters across Europe over the next eight years. With meter readings expected to increase from 75 million a year, to 130 billion, OpenText cautions that energy companies must be prepared to accommodate and manage the influx of content.
Authentic Organizations recognized 7 Frame-Changing Experts on Social Business and Social Organization, acknowledging individuals based on their game changing posts and views surrounding social technology. OpenText’s Deb Lavoy, described as the “sage of collaborative work/ innovative teams”, was proud to make the list.
MyCustomer.com posted an article with comments from OpenText’s Mark Finch on Mastering your marketing material: How CMOs can harness Big Data.
The Asset published a piece by OpenText’s Graham Pullen on Enabling enterprise transparency in the financial industry.
Have You Seen It?
We take pride in our customers’ success and we love to share it with those who may be looking to make similar improvements in their organizations. Watch our latest YouTube video to see how The Globe and Mail, one of Canada’s most respected newspapers, uses OpenText Semantic Navigation to advance online engagement.
Are you ready to embrace the spirit of the Irish? Kitchener is and will be holding St. Patrick’s Day at The Kitchener Market, 300 King St. East! The fiddling fun, Irish Academy dancing, crafts and cookie decorating runs from 9am-12pm!
We’ll leave you with some Irish sayings…have a great St. Paddy’s Day!!
“If you're lucky enough to be Irish....you're lucky enough.”
“May you live as long as you want, and never want as long as you live.”
Last updated Mar 16, 2012 at 12:47 PM GMT