If your company has OpenText Content Server, odds are your employees used it less this month than e-mail, shared drives, cloud sync and share tools, or their My Documents folder. Reality: less than 20% of documents will ever find their way into your Content Server repository.
Freeport LNG operates a world-class liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving and re-gasification terminal in Freeport, Texas. The process of converting natural gas to a liquid is complex and demands a host of quality control, regulatory and compliance obligations be rigorously met. In fact, proper Information Governance was such a mission critical mandate that despite it’s relatively small size they made the investment in OpenText Content Suite.
Why exactly are shared drives still so widely used? Shared network folders impose a significant cost to organizations that rely on information and are not suitable as record-keeping systems. Sure they're familiar, easy to use, and hugely convenient, but that isn’t enough to tip the scales in their favor. Let’s consider some of the problems with shared drives that has 9 out of 10 organizations looking to scale back or remove theirs entirely.
Enterprise information is growing at an exponential rate and it’s expanding across multiple data sources. This means companies continue to struggle with how to best categorize, synthesize, access and analyze the sheer volume of data at their disposal.
In a recent report, Markets And Markets estimates that the ECM market will grow from $28 billion in 2016 to over $66 billion by 2021. Fuelled by exponential data growth and the need to manage and secure this data, companies are looking to protect their information against data loss and mitigate against risk. Specifically the need for e-discovery and the preserving of electronic information which can be used as digital evidence in litigation issues.
We’re back in the office after returning from a busy week in Nashville Tennessee and OpenText’s Enterprise World 2016. And, despite giving airport security pause - leading to a thorough bag search at Pearson, we’re proud to add another trophy to our case. Shinydocs was honoured among a global field of top OpenText partners with the OpenText Global Technology Partner of the Year 2016.
Shinydrive marries the flexibility and easy-to-use shared drive interface with the power of Content Server to manage your files and apply rules.
How much risk are you exposed to as an organization living with documents out of a structured repository. You know you’re sitting on information in legacy systems and shared drives. How much information is gathering on users desktops because they refuse to jump through the hoops necessary to upload information to the ECM. No one has time to be constantly uploading versions on documents being actively working on.
The Oil and Gas industry face unique geographical challenges that tax the ability of workers to access information. Whether you’re talking about a stationary rig out on the ocean or a continuously moving vessel; high latency, unreliable connectivity and low bandwidth have made it difficult to ensure the availability of data between systems.