Summer 2016

Content Chaos! Organize Your Content Server Now

Research shows that employees spend almost 20% of their work week on average searching for documents. Businesses and organizations of all kinds use Content Server to reduce costs and improve the efficiency of storing and retrieving these documents. The challenge is when organization structure changes, the content creators relocate, the information within an organization changes rapidly and when an organization's internal and external relationships change. These changes occur at such a rapid pace that the structure of the content becomes disorganized and mis-categorized. To find out how to quickly bring order to your Content Server read more >>>

20 Years of Content Server Development. Here are 5 Important Things We Learned

In our 20+ years of developing solutions for Content Server we have learned quite a number of lessons that can be used by any developer to instantly become more productive in the Content Server world. The early days of development were the most difficult because there was limited documentation, no experienced pros to call and bounce ideas off of and no 5 day training classes to go to learn all the tips and tricks that make life easy. Developing in the earliest days of Content Server existence (formerly known as Livelink) was a lot of trial and error, frustration and creativity. But the benefit was that a strong base was built for future development through the years. To find out what were the 5 most important things we learned about Content Server development read more >>>

The Best Tool for Managing Sensitive Content

Do you have tools in place to protect sensitive personal information?

The new European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law was created to hold companies in Europe accountable for failing to protect private personal information such as social security numbers, employee personal data and other private personal data. Similar laws are being created in the United States and other countries. These new laws will require companies to know what sensitive data they have stored in their Content Servers and will also require that the data is protected against unauthorized access.

At the request of several of our customers in Europe who now face large fines for failing to protect their sensitive data, Syntergy has developed a new security product called Content Sentry. This module enables organizations to monitor, protect and report on sensitive data located in Content Server. To find out about Syntergy's newest product to secure your data read more >>>

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OpenText Webinar: Upgrade OpenText Content Server with Zero Downtime

November 3, 2016 11:00 AM Eastern/8:00 AM Pacific

Avoid production outages and disruptions, ensure resource availability during your upgrade to OpenText Content Server 10.X or 16. Join us to learn how you can upgrade from older versions of Content Server to the latest releases in a single hop (avoiding the need to upgrade to other versions along the way) and with zero downtime. Upgrade Accelerator is the smart tool to use when upgrading Content Server.

Register here to find out about this unique and extremely popular upgrade tool.

Syntergy is busy planning our Fall and Winter event schedule. If you would like to schedule a demo or if you have any questions please call us at (858) 779-9642 or email us at info@syntergy.com.

On Demand Webinars

Top 5 Reasons Organizations Use Content Server Replication

In this session, find out why Replicator by OpenText partner Syntergy is such a popular add-on module for OpenText Content Server. Expert Greg Worden will show how the Replicator solution provides immediate, real-time replication across one or more server farms.

Replicator is integrated directly into Content Server, allowing for replication of folders, documents, versions, audit history, permissions, workflows and metadata.

You will see how organizations such as yours are implementing replication for uninterrupted Content Server access during server outages, upgrades and migrations as well as for improved performance, availability and security by deploying a distributed Content Server architecture. The webinar will demonstrate how replication is an important piece of a Content Server solution, whether a traditional or cloud-based implementation.