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  • Upcoming OpenText™ Live Webinars for June 2015

    Kiera Obbard

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    Applying the Digital-First Approach to Customer Experience Management
    Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. EDT (UTC -4)

    As the digital, social and mobile experience continues to evolve, audiences no longer consume media and information passively. They desire personalized story experiences that are social, participatory, and available to them on a number of devices and screens. Digital Experience ...

  • Uncovering Your Data's Hidden Meaning

    Kiera Obbard

    Information is the new currency and in the world of enterprise software, the ability to manage, analyze, and understand your organization’s data has never been more important.

    Recently, OpenText CMO Adam Howatson sat down with Marie-Eve Racicot, Director of R&D for OpenText Discovery Suite, as she explained how and why organizations automate the discovery of unstructured information within their organization to generate meaning and value.

    Watch the video below to learn more about how OpenText Dis...

  • How Today’s Engineers are Embracing a Virtualized Digital First World

    Mark Morley

    In today’s digital first world, companies face a continuous challenge to ensure that mission critical business information can be accessed anytime, anyplace or anywhere. In order to access digital information, IT infrastructures must cater for a variety of computing platforms with varying levels of performance, mobility and graphics capabilities.

    In an earlier blog article I discussed how the distribution of digital information has slowly become more pervasive across the manufacturing business...

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