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Content services platforms fill a gap in ECM

A tribal council is preserving British Columbia's native languages with the help of a newer type of content management platform that's designed to handle multiple content formats.


LA County IT team keeps Documentum after evaluation

OpenText wins -- or rather, retains -- a massive Documentum customer in LA County after the company acquired the content services platform from EMC last year.


OpenText unveils OT2 platform at annual event

OpenText unveiled its new application, OT2, at OpenText Enterprise World 2018, while also touting the importance of security. That and more are discussed on the latest episode of the Pipeline podcast.

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