On OpenText Blogs Mark Mandel reveals why it’s out with the old and in with the new, as the industry transitions from the Records Management Application (RMA) to the new Information Governance paradigm, Content Lifecycle Management.
Clement Delapre looks at what is driving the impressive increase in user adoption of smartphones and wonders when stats will hit the 50% tipping point where we can say “most people have a smartphone”.
John Price, in preparation for the annual meeting for the Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC), ponders the term “provenance” and how it relates to Digital Asset Management (DAM).
Guest blogger, Louis King, Digital Information Architect from Yale University, continues the discussion on DAM and the importance of interoperational systems, in his post, From Museum Objects to Digital Representations.
On the Because Process Matters Blog, Deb Miller discusses how Vision Service Plan leverages OpenText’s adaptive case management tool, Case360, to quickly transform its customer care portal and complaints and grievances, resulting in annual savings of $700,000.
The OT Fax Solutions team also demonstrates the universality of the OT RightFax app, explaining how RightFax helps unify the public and private sectors in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) while improving the management of fax traffic. In another post, the team raises an interesting question based on the MakeyMakey project, Does Document Management Have To Be Harder Than Playing A Banana Piano?
In other blogs, Lubor Ptacek believes that PCs and laptops may not be long for this mobile world, arguing that mobile device technical limitations are disappearing with constant innovation and the availability of superior mobile friendly content creation software.
OpenText in the Media
OpenText’s Deb Lavoy shares some engagement knowledge in her CMSWire article, Want to Be a Social Business? The 9 Boxes You Need to Check.
TMC net informs readers that Fax Technology is Still the Most Secure Way to Transmit Documents, explaining why fax solutions, such as OpenText’s RightFax, have such staying power.
Have You Seen It?
“Create, develop, and deliver applications once that run on all kind of handsets.” Have you caught the Wave? See what the OpenText mobile application platform has to offer in this quick video.
Kimberly Edwards gives a video update in this OpenText Portal 8.2: Overview and Demo webcast.
The Waterloo Region Walk For Muscular Dystrophy is set to get underway tomorrow, Saturday, June 16th at Waterloo Park off Westmount Rd. The event will run from 10:00am-2:00pm and all fitness levels are welcome. Walkers, runners, wheelers, and rollers can select a 1km or 5km route. The weather is supposed to be beautiful – so get some fresh air while raising money for a good cause!
Last updated Jun 15, 2012 at 1:09 PM GMT