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OpenText Thought Leadership Publications

As a global Enterprise Information Management (EIM) leader, OpenText helps organizations maximize the value of their information to compete and succeed in the digital world.

Discover the transformative power of EIM. Access the latest books, e-books, apps, and other compelling thought-leadership perspectives on complex technology issues and the benefits of EIM.

The Golden Age of Innovation
by Mark Barrenechea

By all accounts, we are entering the Golden Age of Innovation, which many are calling the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Disruptive technologies are revolutionizing business models, transforming the world, and redefining our very existence. From disintermediation to the sharing economy to automation and the "Digital Self," The Golden Age of Innovation examines the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, exploring the opportunities and risks we face as this revolution unfolds and we endeavor to make the world a better place.

The Golden Age of Innovation

ON DIGITAL
by Mark Barrenechea

Digital has the power to shatter entire industries and displace market leaders—or it can be a force for innovation and introducing new business models. Because digitization can have such a profound effect, it has become critical to keep up with competitors in this increasingly fast-moving digital world. "It is Digital or Die," Mark Barrenechea writes in his book, ON DIGITAL. "Standing still is always the riskiest action to take—you are an easy target. Change is always the safer path."

ON DIGITAL

Digital: Disrupt or Die
by Mark Barrenechea and Tom Jenkins

Digital technology is changing the rules of business with the promise of increased opportunity and innovation. The very nature of business is more fluid, social, global, accelerated, risky, and competitive. By 2020, profitable organizations will use digital channels to discover new customers, enter new markets and tap new streams of revenue. Those that don't make the shift could fall to the wayside. Digital: Disrupt or Die explores the relationship between products, services and Enterprise Information Management (EIM).

Digital: Disrupt or Die

Digital Financial Services: The Greatest Revolution Since Minted Money
by Mark Barrenechea and Tom Jenkins

Financial technology or "fintech" startups are reshaping the financial services industry. The only way for incumbents to keep pace is to embrace digital technologies and disrupt their current business models and operations. As the second in the Digital: Disrupt or Die series, this book has been written to help financial institutions digitally transform their businesss processes, operate at the speed of digital, and deliver products and services using digital channels.

Digital Financial Services: The Greatest Revolution Since Minted Money

e-Government or Out of Government
by Mark Barrenechea and Tom Jenkins

The first in the Digital: Disrupt or Die series of industry-focused books on digital transformation, e-Government or Out of Government examines how information technology is modernizing the public sector at every level of government—from delivering mobile e-services locally, to improving healthcare and education at the regional level, to predicting threats and the outbreak of disease nationally, and advancing financial stability and the quality of life for citizens in developing countries across the globe.

e-Government or Out of Government

Enterprise Information Management: The Next Generation of Enterprise Software
by Mark Barrenechea and Tom Jenkins

In an increasingly social and mobile world, there are more ways than ever to capture information and turn it into knowledge, but there are also risks—information silos, data loss, security leaks. Read this book to find out how EIM helps organizations control their content chaos, capitalize on information to promote innovation and increase productivity, while minimizing risk.

Enterprise Information Management: The Next Generation of Enterprise Software

Behind the Firewall
by Tom Jenkins

Behind the Firewall chronicles how the EIM industry has continually reinvented itself over the last 25 years. The book outlines how the Hidden Web was built by OpenText and other leading technology companies, why core technologies were developed, and the impact that big data will have on the enterprise.

Behind the Firewall

Managing Content in the Cloud
by Tom Jenkins

This book describes how enterprise technology tools paved the way for the adoption of text mining, 3-D rendering and immersive environments, mobile access to content and the Semantic Web inside the enterprise. Discover how your organization can claim, control, and profit from content to improve productivity, mitigate risk, and increase organizational agility.

Managing Content in the Cloud

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Mark Barrenechea

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CEO and CTO of OpenText Mark Barrenechea shares his insights and observations on enterprise information management and the latest technologies

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