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  • Big Data = Machine CreatedBig Content = Human Created UnstructuredUnmanagedUnUnderstood
  • Big Data = Machine CreatedBig Content = Human Created UnstructuredUnmanagedUnUnderstood
  • Big Data = Machine CreatedBig Content = Human Created UnstructuredUnmanagedUnUnderstood
  • Big Data = Machine CreatedBig Content = Human Created UnstructuredUnmanagedUnUnderstood
  • Big Data = Machine CreatedBig Content = Human Created UnstructuredUnmanagedUnUnderstood
  • Big Data = Machine CreatedBig Content = Human Created UnstructuredUnmanagedUnUnderstood
  • Big Data = Machine CreatedBig Content = Human Created UnstructuredUnmanagedUnUnderstood
  • Big Data = Machine CreatedBig Content = Human Created UnstructuredUnmanagedUnUnderstood
  • Big Data = Machine CreatedBig Content = Human Created UnstructuredUnmanagedUnUnderstood
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  • Discovery Suite accelerate Time to Value

    1. 1. Discovery Suite Accelerate Time to Value
    2. 2. What’s Bigger than Big Data?
    3. 3. IT IS The most valuable untapped resource in large organizations today The most costly byproduct of knowledge workers today
    4. 4. What’s Bigger than Big Data? Big Content
    5. 5. Executives expect that Digital new digital Transformation technologies will transform their businesses, but many admit their companies are far from prepared in developing capabilities and meeting challenges. Minding your digital business: McKinsey Global Survey results
    6. 6. Content is Born Digital About 97% of documents are created digitally with the expectation that they will live and be consumed in digital format only U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE | 2012 ANNUAL REPORT
    7. 7. And we create content… 322 GB Annual volume of usergenerated data 80% is Unstructured Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity | McKinsey Global Institute
    8. 8. And we consume content… Today’s companies process more than 60 terabytes of information annually, about 1,000 times more than a decade ago Finding Value in the Information Explosion | MIT Sloan Management Review
    9. 9. And we store content… Growth rates are approximately 40% per year, which essentially doubles the volume of data stored every two years Finding Value in the Information Explosion | MIT Sloan Management Review
    10. 10. But are we seeing the benefit? Most of the data companies collect, create and manage today is unstructured — located in word processing documents, spreadsheets, images and video that can’t easily be retrieved or interpreted. Finding Value in the Information Explosion | MIT Sloan Management Review
    11. 11. We are certainly seeing the problems!
    12. 12. Money down the drain if targets don’t find your content Marketers spend more than 35% of their budget on Content Marketing BEFORE BIG DATA COMES BIG CONTENT | FAST COMPANY 12
    13. 13. Every Investigation will be an Electronic Investigation When a corporation is caught in a government investigation, the legal fees can quickly exceed $100 million – and that’s before the lawsuits even begin. 13 The Mounting Costs of Internal Investigations - NYTimes.com
    14. 14. By 2020, up to 33% of the digital universe will contain information that might be useful if analyzed, versus 25% today So why are we keeping and paying for the other 67%? IDC Report | The Digital Universe, 2012
    15. 15. Every – Replaced with Paper Investigation willabe an Electronic Investigation more efficient way to lose information When a corporation is caught in a government investigation, The shift to the paperless office has the legal fees can quickly exceed $100 million – and that’s before the lawsuits even begin. created huge information silos 15 The Mounting Costs of Internal Investigations - NYTimes.com
    16. 16. 3/4 75% of those surveyed 75% of Organizations Have More Than One ECM Felt or more of their IT budget was not adding any new value to the business 26% Have Four or More How can IT innovate if resources are consumed simply keeping the lights on? Information Governance – records, risks and retention in the litigation age | AIIM Survey Mar 2012
    17. 17. How can we unlock the potential and reduce the risk in Big Content?
    18. 18. The OpenText Discovery Suite Solutions for Big Content Accelerate Time to Value
    19. 19. Big DATA Big VS CONTENT
    20. 20. Big DATA MACHINES Big VS CONTENT PEOPLE
    21. 21. Big DATA Big VS CONTENT PEOPLE MACHINES Click Stream GPS Purchases Census Logs Responses Textual | Mainly Accessible Email Lab Books Social Media Documents Media Collaboration Documents | Less Accessible
    22. 22. Big Big DATA VS CONTENT BIG MACHINES Click Stream GPS Purchases Census Logs Responses Textual | Mainly Accessible PEOPLE Email Lab Books Social Media Documents Media Collaboration Documents | Less Accessible
    23. 23. Big Big DATA VS CONTENT BIG MACHINES PEOPLE Volume Variety Velocity Unintegrated Unstructured Unmanaged Textual | Mainly Accessible Documents | Less Accessible
    24. 24. Big DATA Big VS CONTENT BIG MACHINES PEOPLE VALUE
    25. 25. For industries that care more about what people are saying rather than what meters are measuring, Big Content will become a big deal. Craig Roth Managing Vice President: Communication, Collaboration, and Content Gartner Big Content | October 17, 2012 25
    26. 26. The OpenText Discovery Suite Solutions for Big Content The OpenText Discovery Suite Helps to Solve the 3 “U”s of Big Content
    27. 27. Discovery Suite The OpenText Discovery Suite Helps to Solve the 3 “U”s of Big Content Big Content is Unintegrated NO SILOS Eliminate silos with a Unified Information Access Platform for Enterprise Sources and Content
    28. 28. Discovery Suite The OpenText Discovery Suite Helps to Solve the 3 “U”s of Big Content Big Content is Unstructured METADATA Bring structure to the unstructured with content analytics to normalize and enrich metadata
    29. 29. Discovery Suite The OpenText Discovery Suite Helps to Solve the 3 “U”s of Big Content Big Content is Unmanaged APPLICATIONS Manage content and make content smarter with problem-specific unified information applications
    30. 30. OpenText InfoFusion NO SILOS Unified Information Apps Migration & Decommissioning Rapid Application Development Tools ANALYZE DISCOVER ACT Connect, afind, move, copy, normalize, recognize Visualize,extract metadata, and delete content for Index to global, unified index, enrich metadata, identify patterns and expose in collaboration Information respect permissions and Governance and faceted search Enterprise Sources & Content Information Access Platform
    31. 31. NO SILOS InfoFusion Enterprise Content Sources  Connect to Enterprise Information Source  OpenText, Documentum, FileNet, SharePoint  InfoFusion Connector Enhancements  FileServer Search  Unlocks value from organizations’ largest unmanaged content silos  Enhanced Security Flexibility and Performance  Outbound, Inbound and Hybrid Permissions  Highly performant and secure search of enterprise content. Flexible deployment options.
    32. 32. NO SILOS InfoFusion Search  Advanced Full-Text search capabilities  Faceted search and filtering  Type Ahead & Spellcheck  Numeric operations  Visualizations and reporting  Optimized for high volume  Multiple search indices.  Linearly scalable, auto index replication, auto failover and recovery.  Near real-time indexing.
    33. 33. AppWorks: Accelerating time to solution It has never been easier to integrate with your existing systems or create custom applications. Each of the new product suites is integrated with AppWorks so you can quickly deliver value. Learn more at opentext.com/appworks
    34. 34. NO SILOS InfoFusion Innovation for the Developer  Innovations for the Developer  API’s and UI Components (Embeddable Widgets)  Rapid development of search and content analytics applications using standard development tools  Open Standards Support  CMIS support for common metadata scheme and a CMIS API  Facilitate integration and future-proof applications  AppWorks Support  Integrate with and extend other OpenText applications  Build composite and mobile applications
    35. 35. NO SILOS InfoFusion Connector Framework  InfoFusion Connector Framework  Service Provider Interface (API for connectors)  Rapidly develop new connectors to a standard interface  Allows R&D, Services, Partners and Customers to develop connectors
    36. 36. Structure to the Unstructured <topics/> <concepts/> <people/> <organizations/> <locations/> <sentiment/> Content Analytics uses semantic technologies to unlock business value from unstructured content and applying inferred metadata on the content
    37. 37. METADATA Innovation Normalize and Enrich Metadata Content Analytics fully integrated into InfoFusion Discovery Platform
    38. 38. Language Support METADATA Auto-detection of language Language-specific parsers for text extraction and indexing Search algorithm optimized for the source language Business Value: Support multinational and multilingual deployments 38
    39. 39. Languages METADATA Arabic (ar), Bulgarian (bg), Chinese (zh), Czech (cz), Danish (da), Dutch (nl), English (en), Finnish (fi), French (fr), German (de), Greek (el), Hebrew (he), Hindi (hi), Hungarian (hu), Indonesian (id), Italian (it), Japanese (ja), Korean (ko), Norwegian (no), Persian (fa), Polish (pl), Portuguese (pt), Romanian (ro), Russian (ru), Spanish (es), Swedish (sv), Thai (th), Turkish (tr) Business Value: Support multinational and multilingual deployments 39
    40. 40. Languages - New METADATA Arabic (ar), Bulgarian (bg), Chinese (zh), Czech (cz), Danish (da), Dutch (nl), English (en), Finnish (fi), French (fr), German (de), Greek (el), Hebrew (he), Hindi (hi), Hungarian (hu), Indonesian (id), Italian (it), Japanese (ja), Korean (ko), Norwegian (no), Persian (fa), Polish (pl), Portuguese (pt), Romanian (ro), Russian (ru), Spanish (es), Swedish (sv), Thai (th), Turkish (tr) Business Value: Support multinational and multilingual deployments 40
    41. 41. Discovery Applications PROBLEM SOLUTION VALUE Discovery applications use the power of the InfoFusion Platform to solve specific Big Content problems and accelerate time to value
    42. 42. Auto-Classification PROBLEM SOLUTION Is it possible to defensibly classify content without user intervention? Auto-Classification can be trained to be accurate, and built in sampling and QA makes it defensible VALUE Governance is extended to more content without impacting user
    43. 43. eDiscovery ECA PROBLEM SOLUTION What can we do to reduce our eDiscovery costs? Insourcing collection, culling, and processing activities reduces eDiscovery costs and risks VALUE IT and Legal are in control of internal eDiscovery costs and significantly reduce downstream review costs
    44. 44. Spectrum PROBLEM SOLUTION Can we light up dark content so that we can evaluate the value or the risk of our unmanaged content? Metadata, full text and AutoClassifications can be used to assess the value of content VALUE Lifecycle policies are applied and content can be deleted, left in place or migrated to the OpenText Content Suite
    45. 45. Semantic Navigation PROBLEM SOLUTION VALUE Why is web traffic Effective website low and why are we search ensures that losing visitors? visitors find what they are looking for and interact with your content Guide visitors using search and faceted navigation based on semantically enriched metadata
    46. 46. Experience Suite Search PROBLEM SOLUTION Can we get more inbound leads from our web site? Content Marketing is not effective if your targets are not finding and interacting with your content VALUE Provide highly effective search to increase time spent on your site and reduce the number of searches
    47. 47. Executives can expect Digital to see the promised Transformation benefits of digital transformation when they expose and exploit the value of Big Content
    48. 48. Website: opentext.com/Discovery Blog: opentext.com/Inform Learn More

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