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OpenText

Manage all unstructured content under one unified platform

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OpenText Enterprise Content Management allows you to manage all unstructured content, such as documents, emails, images, and rich media files in one unified platform, from creation to archive. 

By relying less on paper documents and organizing unstructured content and information according to business goals and needs, you are empowered to work more effectively and more efficiently. 

 

Features

  • Helps an organization comply with business policies and regulations, and introduces consistent rules that govern the content life cycle.

  • Provides robust security options, offers additional security for especially sensitive content, and supplies finely controlled access through mobile devices. 

  • Integrates with any system for a truly blended, harmonious content management solution.

  • Easily accesses and shares content using desktop tools, such as Microsoft Office, Windows Explorer, and Outlook.

  • Provides tools for analyzing content and generating reports on virtually any set of data.

  • Organizes and formats data output for distribution to channels such as print, email, fax, websites, and portals.

Designed for

Faculty, staff, students, and alumni

 

Requirements

There are no specific browser or operating system (OS) requirements.

Data security

This service can be used for Low, Moderate, and High Risk Data, as defined by the Information Security Office.

Rates

OpenText is free of charge.

 

Get started

To request access to OpenText, please submit a help request. If you were granted access to OpenText, point your browser to ecm.stanford.edu and use your SUNet ID and password to login.

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Last modified July 30, 2019