Back in 2011, IBM pitted its Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) technology, Watson, against reigning Jeopardy champions Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter. To come out ahead of its human competitors, Watson’s win required 20 dedicated researchers, devoting 3 years of their lives, and the equivalent of 200 million pages of information.
No, it’s not an optical illusion. Shinydocs found its way into the spotlight at OpenText Enterprise World again this year. For the second time in two years, Shinydocs walked away with the Global Technology Partner of the Year Award.
Shinydocs believes in solving problems — for our customers and for our partners. As we continue to build out our global partner ecosystem, we’re committed to doing so by encouraging customer confidence and by making Intelligent Information Management simple and non-disruptive to end-users.
When you’re approaching an ECM implementation or developing a rollout strategy, it’s a common question: What does success look like?
Success = completely managing the process of the genesis, collaboration, publication, and retirement/retention of all documents
It doesn’t matter how many bells and whistles your ECM has. An ECM that users just won’t use is a wasted investment—a very large investment. There are a few simple ways every organization can ensure that its ECM isn’t ignored in favour of competing environments:
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.