As 2018 ends and the New Year begins, we’re reflecting on the most-read OpenText™ blogs of the year. From diversity in technology to moving above the cloud to enabling the intelligent and connected enterprise, here are the 10 stories that caught your attention in 2018.
1. Break boundaries and redefine normal at the OpenText Women in Technology Summit
In July, we hosted our inaugural Women in Technology Summit at Enterprise World 2018. With an incredible line-up of speakers, the conference provided inspiring keynotes, panel sessions, and networking opportunities, and left attendees with helpful insights and actionable strategies to create inclusive communities, build your future success, and transform the industry to make diversity the norm in tech.
Read the full story here.
2. Give the people what they want: Better financial product recommendations
When you’re trying to attract new customers, it can be difficult to sift through the zettabytes of data on customer interactions to figure out a customer’s buying propensity—especially for financial organizations. With AI-augmented financial recommendation intelligence, financial organizations can better understand buying propensity to ensure the right product recommendation reaches the right customer at the right time.
Find out in the blog.
3. Press for Progress: International Women’s Day 2018
On March 8, 2018, our Vice Chair, CEO and CTO Mark Barrenechea shared his belief that gender equality is critical to the success of OpenText, the tech industry, and society in general. Mark outlined four key beliefs OpenText follows to create real change in the technology industry here and issued a challenge to the technology industry to press for progress and take real steps to achieve gender equality.
Read about the four beliefs and what OpenText is doing to achieve gender equality here.
4. 2018 top tech predictions: Welcome to the Intelligent Enterprise
2018 was an amazing year for technology. In this post, Mark Barrenechea shared his top tech predictions of 2018, and gave insight into the technologies and trends that will shape the future of software and the Intelligent Enterprise.How many of Mark’s predictions came true?
Find out in the blog.
5. OpenText Extends Cloud Strategy with the Release of OpenText OT2
We took OpenText and our customers Above the Clouds in 2018 with OpenText Release 16 Enhancement Pack 5 (EP5)! Situated where conditions are #CAVU (Ceiling and Visibility Unlimited), our extended cloud strategy includes OpenText Cloud 16, OpenText Anywhere, and OpenText OT2, our next-generation EIM platform.
Learn more about how we’re bringing #VACU to the Intelligent and Connected Enterprise in Mark’s blog.
6. How to choose the best CMS software in 2018
With so many Content Management System (CMS) software providers out there, how do you know which one to choose? That’s the focus of the sixth blog on our list, which takes you through the essentials on CMS solutions, what features you should look for, and how OpenText can help.
Take a look at the blog and find out why you should choose OpenText for your enterprise CMS solution.
7. What is Enterprise Information Management (EIM)?
Now that you know how to choose the best CMS software, let’s take a look at Enterprise Information Management (EIM). This post takes you through the basics of EIM, the benefits and features of EIM software, and shares some insights from analysts about the high priorities for EIM solutions.
Learn more about EIM and why OpenText is recognized as a leader in EIM software in the blog.
8. How OpenText powers the Intelligent and Connected Enterprise
In today’s digital landscape, being an intelligent and connected enterprise has become a competitive advantage. In this blog Muhi Majzoub, Executive Vice President, Engineering & Information Technology, shares how OpenText™ Release 16 EP5, OpenText OT2, and OpenText™ Business Network Cloud 16.10 can help our customers transform into intelligent and connected enterprises.
Read the full story here.
9. Data is for the Good
Headlines in 2018 were filled with stories of data breaches, thefts, and major security issues in organizations around the world. Within this climate, Mark Barrenechea offered the radical idea that data is for the good and offered three big ideas for change: disrupting the cycle of incarceration, giving hope to those in forced displacement, and curing diseases by decoding DNA with 23 and me.
Find out more about how to use data for the good in Mark’s post.
10. Data Discovery: The first step to GDPR compliance
Regulation and compliance issues dominated headlines this year with the introduction of GDPR on May 25, 2018, and at OpenText that was no different. Lynn Elwood, VP, WW Learning Services & Services Programs, discussed how to manage personal data under GDPR, the role of data discovery, and other helpful tips for navigating the new data regulations.
Read more in the full story.