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Automating Information Flows
The Microsoft and OpenText strategic alliance helps customers lower costs, increase productivity, accelerate innovation, improve business agility, and ensure compliance with company and regulatory mandates.
The combined power of the Microsoft application platform and productivity technologies with OpenText’s deep understanding of Enterprise Information Management (EIM) enable organizations to connect all aspects of their information infrastructure and take advantage of their most valuable asset – content. This helps organizations to better scale database operations with confidence and improve IT and developer efficiency – all at a lower total cost of ownership over competitive solutions.
Together, OpenText and Microsoft are delivering solutions and frameworks that embrace and extend the Microsoft platform, including Office 365, SharePoint, Exchange and SQL Server, with industry-specific business applications like SAP, Oracle and Salesforce.
OpenText supports the Microsoft Azure cloud platform and offers alternatives to those who have virtualized data center workloads on the Microsoft infrastructure cloud. OpenText provides full customer support and services for customers to run OpenText managed solutions on Azure and can help customers with complex hybrid on-premises and cloud environments.
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OpenText EIM Solutions on Microsoft Azure
OpenText now offers full customer support and managed services for selected OpenText EIM solutions running on the Microsoft infrastructure cloud. For more information, read the Solution Overview and the press release. View a brief video about the OpenText Media Management Solution certified to run on Azure and available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
OpenText Integrations for Microsoft Office 365
Combining the power of OpenText EIM with Microsoft Office 365 helps customers to significantly reduce costs, implement a transparent enterprise-wide information governance strategy, improve productivity, facilitate private to public cloud migration, and ensure compliance for Office 365, SharePoint Online and Exchange Online.
Boost your ECM Performance with SQL Server 2014 and 2016
Using SQL Server 2014 or SQL Server 2016 enhanced technologies, Content Suite 16 can operate significantly faster at greater loads. The performance and scalability improvements allow customers to put more transactions through on their existing equipment, resulting in a lower TCO.
OpenText Support of SQL Server 2016
OpenText was a Microsoft SQL Server 2016 launch partner and participated in the NYC launch event. In this video, Adam Howatson, OpenText’s Chief Marketing Officer, discusses OpenText’s support for and integration with SQL Server 2016.