We are excited to exhibit at OpenText Enterprise World (OTEW) in Toronto in a just one week!
SEE WHAT REVEILLE HAS IN STORE AT OPENTEXT ENTERPRISE WORLD (OTEW)
If you’re looking for fresh insight on your OpenText platform performance and security find us in one of two places at the show. Read on to learn why you should visit us on Booth 211 or the OpenText Product Lab to see first-hand how you can quickly benefit from specialized monitoring, management and analytics for your ECM and content services platforms (CSP).
Why Connect With Reveille At OTEW Toronto This Year?
Reveille will be demonstrating our powerful, purpose-built solution that provides visibility and control over OpenText CSP: Content Suite, Documentum, Captiva, InfoArchive and xPression. Our specialized monitoring of ECM and CSP applications goes well beyond general-purpose monitoring, providing context and detailed insight into the performance, adoption, planning, user behavior, security and audit of customer business-critical content stacks. Reveille will also be showcasing our new integration capabilities with OpenText EnCase to accelerate content access breach detection.
Reveille gives hundreds of customers unparalleled visibility into OpenText EIM products. These organizations immediately gain deep, contextual intelligence about performance, access, and user behavior surrounding high-value, business-critical content. Meet us in the Expo Hall at Enterprise World to learn how to prioritize and resolve issues before they impact your organization.
We can help you find answers to questions like:
- Are individual applications responsive or sluggish?
- Are connections compromised? If so, can the appropriate action be taken automatically?
- At what level of service are systems performing?
- Are documents being improperly accessed?
- What are users doing with business-critical content?
- Are irregular login patterns occurring for high-value digital assets?
Sound interesting? Find us at one of the following two locations during the show to learn more.
Join Reveille on the Expo Floor in Booth 211
Meet Reveille on the tradeshow floor on Booth 211 and learn how to SEE, KNOW and PROTECT your content applications. We can answer any questions and even provide a quick demo of Reveille’s active insight advantage. Plus, you’ll get a free webcam cover just for stopping by to talk to us.
OTEW Product Lab
Experience Reveille for Yourself in the OpenText Product Lab
Get hands-on with Reveille for OpenText Captiva, Documentum, Content Suite and InfoArchive in the OpenText Product Lab! See our active monitors, dashboards and user analytics capabilities to:
- SEE – Monitor Content Application Performance
- KNOW – Understand User Activity in Context
- PROTECT – Support Audit and Compliance Policies
Our new integrations with EnCase End Point Security to reduce content access breach impact and OpenText Core for collaborative Reveille content sharing will also be on tap.
Product Lab Details
The OpenText Product Lab is available during the below times on a first come, first serve basis. Reveille staff will be in the lab to assist and answer your questions. Plan for about 15 minutes for each product you’d like to trial.
- Tuesday, 7/9: 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
- Wednesday, 7/10: 10:30 am – 6:30 pm
- Thursday, 7/11: 8:30 – 3:30 pm
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