Only a few days after Dell and EMC finalized their merge to Dell Technologies Inc., OpenText Corporation, an Ontario-based enterprise information management company, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Dell EMC’s Enterprise Content Division (ECD) including Documentum, InfoArchive and LEAP products, for $1.62 billion, according to a press release today.
Yesterday, Alphabet, Inc.’s Google announced its acquisition of San Jose-based cloud software company, Apigee, for $17.40 a share, valued roughly at $625 million.
Sitting at home under three over-stuffed blankets from Mom, warm drink in hand, staring at an unopened box of Pop-Tarts on the kitchen counter, I (like most of the Northeast) am in full winter storm mode. Thanks to Winter Storm Juno, yesterday looked to be a great day for some businesses. Grocery stores were packed, liquor stores had empty shelves and gas stations had piles of cars lined up for gas that wouldn’t be able to be legally used the next day. Today, snow removal services will be working all day and getting some pretty good money, but winter storms hit most businesses hard. Here are three ways that snow days can cause serious issues for businesses:
The proliferation of apps over the past few years has made it necessary for any business, no matter how big or how small, to offer apps. Building these apps is now easier than ever, but which options – HTML 5 or a native app – suit your needs best?
When it comes to understanding how your content is performing, Google Analytics is a good start. After all, their Google Analytics is a pervasive and popular analytics tool – and with Google Analytics Premium even the biggest of enterprises can get access to their tools, reports and special features.
It’s no secret that content has become an essential part of introducing ideas to prospects, partners and other third parties. Content marketing – whether it’s in the form of white papers or blog posts – is freely distributed. However, what happens when content contains sensitive information that isn’t meant to be freely distributed? Content that contains pricing information, sensitive data only for management teams and trade secrets needs to be tracked and controlled.
Digital security risks from data theft and hacking are pretty well know, but as the world becomes more digitized there are more and more threats to businesses. As an organization, know how to keep your data safe and being aware of new digital security risks can keep your company protected and safe. It’s all part of developing security intelligence so you and your employees can predict, identify and react to any potential threats.
Sharing content has become an integral part of the way that business gets done. However, sharing content is not without its risks. For enterprise level organizations, sharing rich media content can make it challenging to maintain data security. While most organizations want to use technology to share important information, the simple act of sharing can open them up to major data breaches and information loss.