Just as businesses have recovered from preparing for the GDPR, a new law threatens to impose severe fines, penalties, and prosecutions in the form of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). This new regulation will affect businesses around the world, and will still apply over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic.
For many years OpenText’s Enterprise Connect has provided desktop access to Content Suite documents and information. But how can users take content away from the office for reference or editing, if they do not have a corporate laptop or ability to connect to the corporate network via a VPN, or are working remotely for an extended period? One feature Enterprise Connect 16.2.1 and later versions add is useful here – the Briefcase.
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In co-operation with IDM, we recently conducted a study to look into how companies across Asia-Pacific manage, store and protect their unstructured enterprise information. Fastman approached organisations in the services, consumer, government, healthcare, financial and technology sectors to find out the current trends for managing and securing big data.
As powerful as ECM platforms can be, they can often get out of hand if the right procedures are not put in place. Thankfully, there is another way to increase productivity in the form of document control. This blog post will talk about why your content suite needs document control and what some of the benefits you can expect when you implement it. Read on to find out more…
ECM platforms are an essential part of most business processes. They keep track of all company relevant information and more. With the challenges we face in keeping our company information organized there comes security risks and increased manual intervention. In this post we go on explaining how we have addressed these issues. Read on to find out more.
As you may already be aware, OpenText recently included some new permissions tools into their Content Suite and Extended ECM platforms. Going under the name of “Permissions Explorer“ it provides a familiar looking permissions dashboard…
Fastman and KineMatik partner to deliver collaborative business applications to OpenText Content Suite and Extended ECM
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.
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.