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  • My first Enterprise World. Will I be seeing you there?

    Christine Musil

    As a relatively new OpenText employee–my team and I came over in the IGC acquisition–the past few months have been my first exposure to Enterprise World from the host side of the table, and it’s been a real eye-opener. For starters, I just want to say how impressed I am at the energy, care, and creativity invested by all the groups involved in its planning. Kudos to everyone involved!

    With the event itself rapidly approaching, it also struck me that, although I’ve done extensive planning around ...

  • Want to Test-Drive OpenText Content Suite 16? Join the Beta Program!

    Alison Clarke

    Our vision is simple—create ECM solutions focused on user adoption and enterprise success. And to continue accelerating our products forward, we need input from you—our customers and partners.

    The OpenText Content Suite 16 Beta Program offers early access to the exciting updates coming in this innovative, new release. ECM is a foundational technology in the Digital Workplace. Content Suite 16 is all about personal productivity, seamless collaboration and integration with business process. This...

  • Boosting Productivity with Secure Mobile Access to Matter

    Sharon Malloch

    Legal firms are always looking to boost their productivity, and mobile technologies fit the bill. Smartphones and tablets give attorneys increased flexibility to work anytime, anywhere—from home, from a client’s office, or while visiting court.

    Mobile devices are a boon to productivity and legal professionals have been quick to adopt them. Hyperion Research tells us more than 91 percent of legal organizations support mobile devices in some way, with law firms most actively adopting them (76 perc...

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