With the recent release of OpenText Content Suite (EP6) the more astute amongst you might have noticed that buried away in the extension pack there is a new light-weight permissions tool that OpenText calls Permissions Explorer.
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Bulk Data Manager, the leading information migration and data management solutions for OpenText Content Suite was recently updated to version 5.5. If you aren’t already familiar with Bulk Data Manager, it enables OpenText Content Suite administrators and power-users to load, manage, and intelligently update large volumes of documents and related meta-data quickly and accurately.
Permissions Manager recently went through a significant upgrade. The latest release, 16.10 (or 10.10 if you are still running Content Suite 10.5) introduces many changes that have been requested by users. So, I thought I would take a few minutes to highlight some of the more important ones and illustrate how they simplify the life of the average Content Suite user or administrator.
One of the reasons why Smart UI fascinates me is the way Design Patterns are used. As you explore Smart UI code you encounter many of these patterns. But what is a design pattern and why use them? A pattern is a reusable solution that can be applied to commonly occurring problems without the need to code a completely unique solutions each and every time. Design patterns are templates which, when applied, solve commonly occurring design problems through proven solutions.
The world of global trade is experiencing a transformation of a scale that can only be compared to the changes seen following the invention of the wheel or the airplane. Digital information has proven itself to be a key driver in the development of new processes and new business opportunities. The digital revolution is transforming world trade; businesses are now available 24×7, no physical stores are required, and cross-border presence is no longer the domain of the rich.
The next generation supply chain is something that people have been talking about for years. After being discussed for so long, I was wondering in what ways things had actually progressed and what innovations are on the horizon that will drive forward the next incremental updates in the supply chain and logistics industry? In this post I look at some of the ways that companies are innovating and using technology solutions to improve their supplier processes.
As Darwin once said – it is not the strongest of the species, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change. Same applies to businesses. Today’s technologies are accelerating at an exponential rate, producing unprecedented change that is disrupting the traditional ways of doing business – while the old approach moved at the speed of human coders, the new one progresses at the speed of data, information and self-assembly.
Ok, to be fair it’s not just OpenText that has this problem, pretty much all ECM systems have their quirks when it comes to administration. Lets find out more about how Fastman has addressed some of the common frustrations…..
In our business lives sometimes we laugh at what we do, sometimes we cry with frustration, and sometimes we know we must to simply get on with it. If things aren’t going as we planned we can all be heard (or seen) asking ourselves why we’re still at it. Other times we don’t need to ask; we know that we enjoy doing what we do.
By tuning the core platform and aligning it with individual business needs, Fastman improves user adoption and radically changes the way organizations use OpenText Content Suite.