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CEO Mark Barrenechea shares his insights and observations.

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Perspectives on issues that impact business process improvements at all levels.

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Efficiently sharing and managing vital high-volume data exchanges.

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Fuel user adoption, increase productivity and transcend the online experience.

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Industry experts share the latest trends and review challenges and solutions for your industry.

INFORMation Governance (ECM)

Get insights into how to manage and protect your information.

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Recent OpenText Blog Posts
  • Experience Information Exchange at OpenText’s Enterprise World 2014

    Greg Horton

    Every year OpenText hosts a user conference for our customers. This year is no exception and we are working hard to make Enterprise World 2014 exceptional.  Now less than 2 weeks away (it November 11 – 13 at the Swan and Dolphin resort in Orlando)

    In this year’s program we add sessions for customers of GXS, which OpenText acquired in January of 2014. We are excited to share with all our customers how being part of OpenText expands GXs offerings and enables new possibilities for our products.


  • OpenText Named a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Content Management

    Rebecca Grieb

    We are thrilled to announce that OpenText has been positioned as a leader in Gartner's  Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Content Management report. Recently published by one of the leading worldwide research and advisory firms, Gartner, Inc., the report evaluates 22 vendors that address a range of user constituencies and business requirements in its annual Magic Quadrant for ECM.

    The report recognizes that the “concept of ‘content in context’ will be key to this market's evolution as enter...

  • Why Information Governance Is Not The Same As Compliance

    Lubor Ptacek

    I hear lots of people talking about information governance these days, and it seems to me that many people confuse information governance and compliance. Often they treat the two terms interchangeably—some even seem to think that information governance is just a fancy-Nancy word for compliance—but they are quite different in what they stand for.                           

    Compliance, as the word suggests, is about satisfying a law or regulation. Typically, some government agency imposes a new...

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