HOT TOPICS: Customer Experience Marketing Automation Social Business SharePoint 2013 Document Management Big Data Mobile DAM

Document Management Software News, Reviews

Gartner: OpenText is on the Right Track #OTEW2013

The hype is over. No more multi-colored streaming lights. No more feel-good instrumental music each time a new speaker is introduced. And no more Orlando, Fla. A lot of us are back to (20-degree) reality — away from the 2013 OpenText World Enterprise Information Management Conference.

For OpenText, reality means unleashing its new enterprise information management (EIM) software suite, Project Red Oxygen, now through March and hoping it lives up to its conference billing and hype.

SAP: We're No Longer Just an ERP Company #OTEW2013

ORLANDO, Fla. — First things first. SAP is more than an enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider.

Tom Roberts, SAP vice president of global ecosystem and channels, relayed that message to the audience this morning at the SAP keynote in the Ritz Carlton Hotel here at the 2013 OpenText World Enterprise Information Management Conference. “Many of you know SAP as the ERP company — and that sort of thought process is a bit behind the times,” Roberts said. 

3 Organizations that Scored with Enterprise Information Management #OTEW2013

ORLANDO, Fla – If you think American football is rough, head down to Australia for its version. Those guys don’t need pads.

And if you think that’s rough, try putting together the content and platform for managing the Australian Football League’s massive Website — in three months. The AFL told its web journey in the general session keynote at the 2013 OpenText World Enterprise Information Management Conference at the JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton here.

CMSWire.com shares the organization's story, and more experiences from two other OpenText business partners, SAP and Unilever.

Document Mgt Roll-Up: Xerox Simplifies Workflows, New Box Ecosystem

It’s been a busy week in the document management space. Xerox announced it has enhanced its workflow creation capabilities in DocuShare, and Box has created a new ecosystem for legal companies. Meanwhile, AvePoint upgraded its governance Service Pack, while Alfresco and Workshare have entered a new partnership.

Does the 'I' in 'CIO' Matter Anymore? #OTEW2013

ORLANDO, Fla. — CIOs don't care about information.

Not enough of them anyway, according to OpenText's Joyce Hostyn, who led an innovation track with colleague Deb Lavoy yesterday at the 2013 OpenText World Enterprise Information Management Conference at the JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton here. And they need to, as evidenced by feedback in her innovation track.

Enabling Customization Increases SharePoint User Adoption

Enabling business users to customize SharePoint is good for companies. If that seems unlikely, a Dimensional Research report commissioned by Dell supports this claim. According to the report, almost all of those surveyed (98 percent) said customization by business users is desirable.

OpenText CEO: For Industry, It's Structured Information Management Time #OTEW2013

ORLANDO, Fla. – Ceiling lights began to flash. A series of thunderous beeps sounding like the most annoying car alarm in the universe blasted.

All this in the middle of OpenText CEO Mark Barrenechea’s keynote in front of hundreds at the 2013 OpenText World Enterprise Information Management Conference in Coquina Hall at the JW Marriott Grand Lakes here.

Barrenechea, though, was sharp, clever, quick and witty in response: Red Oxygen has just gone live, he told the audience.

Red Oxygen: 5 Enterprise Information Management Suites in 1 #OTEW2013

ORLANDO, Fla. — The big unveil of the 2013 OpenText World Enterprise Information Management Conference has arrived.

Or the specifics have, anyway.

3 Views on Enterprise Information Management Through an OpenText Lens #OTEW2013

ORLANDO, Fla. — With record numbers for conference attendees, why not catch up with a few? CMSWire.com talked with three of the more than 2,000 who will descend upon the JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton for OpenText Enterprise World 2013: The Enterprise Information Management Conference.

Record Numbers: Enterprise Information Management Hot for OpenText #OTEW2013

ORLANDO, Fla. — Let’s call it the calm before the EIM storm here at OpenText Enterprise World 2013 at the JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton. It’s the Partner Summit for the annual enterprise information management (EIM) conference for the Waterloo, Ontario-based EIM software solutions giant.

The somewhat quiet atmosphere belies the truth behind one number — the registration tally, which we will see first-hand starting tomorrow when the official conference begins. That number is in the ballpark of 2,000 attendees, the highest by far for any OpenText annual conference to date.

M-Files v10 Tackles Enterprise Content Management User Adoption Problems

M-Files, an enterprise content management solution, ends a successful year with this week's release of v10.0. With it, M-Files tackles the problems of traditional, folder-based enterprise content management (ECM) navigation, as well as the problem of developing hybrid cloud-on premises systems. Both issues create considerable problems for business users with limited technology skills, impeding user adoption, the company reports.

Microsoft Enables Remote Office Apps Control Through Windows Phone 8

Microsoft has announced the release of a new app that lets you control Word, Excel and PowerPoint from a Windows 8 phone. The company called this the beginning of a move to push the productivity space to a “diverse society of devices.”

And We're Off: OpenText Enterprise Information Management Conference #OTEW2013

Information Management, And We're Off: Enterprise Information Management Conference #OTEW2013Orlando, here we come.

Mickey and Minnie?

Not exactly, unless the two Disney beauts are into information management and the "power of information" these days.

 

Businesses Should Drink from the Firehose of Data, Report Says

Thumbnail image for firehose.jpg

The growing need to quickly employ big data to gain business advantage is a big deal, according to a new report from the Economist Intelligence Unit.

The SAP-sponsored report “The Power of Fast Data” relies on surveys of more than 750 senior executives worldwide. Conducted in 2012 and 2013, the survey assessed the abilities of companies to analyze data sets, use data to identify trends, discover data-driven insights and act on them.

One Dropbox for Business, Personal Accounts

Dropbox for Business Integrates Personal AccountsDigital workers are constantly discovering ways to run work apps on their own mobile devices. But Dropbox is addressing the reverse problem with its latest update.

Dropbox for Business accounts can now access personal accounts so people can access their own files next to the ones they use for work. Convenient — or two worlds colliding?

Displaying 196-210 of 2230 results

< Previous 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Next >