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CEO Mark Barrenechea shares his insights and observations.

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Tom Jenkins provides insights to a changing EIM landscape.

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

InformationExchange (IX)

Efficiently sharing and managing vital high-volume data exchanges.

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

Industry Insights

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
  • You Can’t Handle the Truth!

    Patricia Burke

    When Jack Nicholson uttered that line in A Few Good Men , many viewers thought it was a patronizing statement. However, transparency in government, information sharing, and data analytics are beginning to bring forward evidence to support potentially uncomfortable truths along with new considerations for ethics and privacy. As Dominic Sale, Deputy Associate Administrator for Information Integrity and Access in GSA’s Office of Government-wide Policy, said at NextGov PRIME’s Gov_2020 summit l...

  • Fax to the rescue!

    Greg Horton

    This coverage of the Asian Games 2014 says that with North Korean websites blocked in South Korea, reporters from there are turning to fax to file their stories.  Once again - fax proves to be a ubiquitous technology that comes through in pinch.

    Go Fax! 

  • Interview with "The Street"

    Mark Barrenechea

    As a follow-on to our year-end earnings call in the summer, I stopped by “The Street”, a U.S. financial news and services site, to discuss our summertime stock surge, the OpenText “world view”, and why OpenText has been recognized as the most valuable Canadian company (in absolute terms) listed on the NASDAQ.  

    Watch the video.

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