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Most Australian consumers have little idea about how many organisations have access to their personal information and few trust businesses’ ability to protect it, according to a global survey. But a significant amount report a willingness to pay more for better data protection. OpenText, an enterprise software company surveyed 12,000

Coronavirus is now causing vendors and conference organizers around the world to cancel events. Just this week the plug has been pulled on major industry events in Barcelona, Singapore, and Melbourne. More are expected. Which-50 also understands some IT companies are cancelling or restricting their executives’ travel plans over fears

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In a year which included a Royal Commission and the beginning of Open Banking, the biggest disruptive threat to Australia’s banks remained cybercrime, according to Monica Hovsepian, global industry strategist, financial services at OpenText, an enterprise information management software company. “Cybercrime is currently rife in the industry,” Hovsepian told Which-50,

Enterprise information management company OpenText is paying US$1.4 billion for Carbonite, a provider of cloud-based subscription data protection, backup, disaster recovery and end-point security solutions to small and medium-sized businesses and consumers. The acquisition of Carbonite is expected to extend OpenText’s leadership in the Enterprise Information Management (EIM) market by

Malaysia Airports is one year into a five year digital transformation aimed at matching the world’s best airport experiences. Fundamental to the strategy is data and analytics, according to the group’s CIO, Yiang Ming Lee. “There’s a lot of gut feel that comes from running an airport. There’s a lot

NIB used an AI-powered platform to deploy a personalised welcome video to thousands of its new customers. The insurance company says the strategy has proved to be effective and is exploring other areas where emerging technology can be used in its marketing mix. Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital Experience

OpenText is building AI-powered analytics into every new information management product it develops and has set a goal of becoming the number one AI provider in that market. The company says it is “bullish” about its chances because of the highly targeted approach it is taking, learning from its competitors

Recent regulatory moves to strengthen consumer privacy will be largely ineffective, according to OpenText CEO and CTO, Mark Barrenechea, who argues consumer habits means a technology-led approach is a more viable option. “I think we’ve lost the privacy war. There is so much data available [now],” Barrenechea told Which-50 during

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Once upon a time, the utility industry was a relatively simple place to be. It was all about the safe and consistent generation and distribution of energy with good capacity planning, minimal outages and happy customers. Then it all changed. Climate change happened. Infrastructure got older. Governments and industry bodies

Enterprise software business OpenText has acquired Catalyst Repository Systems, a leading provider of eDiscovery solutions for corporate legal departments and top law firms. The purchase price of the acquisition is approximately $75 million in an all-cash transaction. Mark J. Barrenechea, OpenText CEO & CTO said the joint strength of OpenText