On OpenText Blogs, CSO and Executive Chairman, Tom Jenkins outlines a fusion of features, that in conjunction with secure access, will render mobile devices indispensible for managing business related content.
Clement Delapre provides statistics showing that while individuals are quick to go mobile in their everyday lives, the majority of the business world is developmentally delayed, forgoing the benefits that mobilized content would provide to both employees and customers.
Jennifer McCredie suggests letting go of traditional marketing tactics in favour of digital engagement, pointing to research from Sirius Decisions that predicts: “by the year 2015, 71% of all inquiries for Marketing will be coming from the Web.”
The Fax Solutions Blog team recaps a recently held IT Webinar and reviews responses to some of the polling questions in regards to the current state of security and compliance in the healthcare industry.
In other blogs, Lubor Ptacek provides an OpenText history lesson, describing the who, what, when, where, and why of the company. Do you know where OpenText got its name from? Read the blog and find out!
OpenText in the Media
Canada 3.0 took place this week and there was no shortage of interesting discussion. The Record’s Power of big data will transform society, Canada 3.0 forum told captured OpenText President and CEO, Mark Barrenechea’s attitude toward the huge data sets and what they have in store for the future, “With big data comes big responsibilities.”
John Price contributed a CMSWire post, DAM Irony and the Evolving Ecosystem, which looks at how the challenge of islands and silos of digital assets has been recreated with islands and silos of DAM throughout the organization.
The Branham 300 rankings are out and OpenText took the number one spot on the list of the top 25 top software companies in the country. The full story can be found at The Record.
Brian Podolsky raised the question, “OpenText Tempo: Time to Drop the Dropbox?” in his Kennedy Kraft blog post.
If you missed it, OpenText celebrated its 20th Anniversary last Friday, April 20th. Local media was in attendance including The Record which published OpenText celebrates two decades in a short lifespan industry and 570 News which captured Tom Jenkins’ thoughts on the milestone in this YouTube interview. If you’d like the “short and tweet” coverage, be sure to check out the storified summary!
Waterloo Earth Day is Saturday, April 28th! The family fun starts at 10:00am at the Laurel Creek Conservation Area. Plant a tree, build a birdhouse, take part in a traditional drumming circle and get in touch with nature.
When you wish upon a star…make sure you’re using a high powered telescope so that you can see it clearly! Saturday, April 28th is also Waterloo’s Free Public Star Party! In celebration of the "International Day of Astronomy", members of the public are invited to view the night sky using telescopes, cameras, and computers. The star gazing starts at 7:30pm at the Waterloo Park Picnic Area #9.
Last updated Apr 27, 2012 at 11:04 AM GMT