- This latest addition, that the company claims to be its next-gen cloud platform, is developed to help customers catalyze their cloud-supported digital transformation and adopt new AI-based applications.
- The new CE 23.1 can deal with security issue which is gradually turning complicated due to siloed data and growing threat vector sophistication in the hybrid environment.
OpenText Corp., a business software provider, announced Cloud Editions 23.1, a new technical innovation on the way of its Project Titanium.
This latest addition, that the company claims to be its next-gen cloud platform, is developed to help customers catalyze their cloud-supported digital transformation and adopt new AI-based applications. With the newly launched CE 23.1, enterprises can work responsibly by utilizing technology pertaining to the updated rules and regulations as well as seamlessly associating with partners, employees, and customers in their ecosystem.
The new CE 23.1 can deal with security issues which are gradually turning complicated due to siloed data and growing threat vector sophistication in the hybrid work environment. This launch facilitates administration and visibility across attack areas by introducing OpenText Webroot Standalone DNS Protection and OpenText Webroot portfolio via the Secure Cloud platform.
The network protection is extended by OpenText Webroot Standalone DNS Protection by integrating with current endpoint protection platform investments. The service secures roaming users and network from DNS-based attacks and malware without compromising the privacy, user experience, and visibility into internet usage.
The OpenText Webroot portfolio integrated with the firm’s Secure Cloud suite of solutions allows Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to extend protection across vulnerable attack areas with the help of a single interface. According to OpenText, MSPs can also cater an entire suite of compliance, security, and productivity solutions to their customers.
CE 23.1 houses integrated solutions for Microsoft, Salesforce Inc., and SAP SE which are made available at online marketplaces of these companies, namely, Microsoft AppSource, Salesforce AppExchange, and SAP Store, respectively.
It also offers the latest cloud content service solutions for life sciences organizations and the US public sector, along with the enhanced support for FedRAMP, the Federal Risk and Authentication Management Program.
Mark J. Barrenechea, Chief Executive and Chief Technology Officer at OpenText, reported in a statement, “In the next stage of digital where organizations of all sizes are becoming software and information companies, OpenText can bring the information management multiplier needed to accelerate new ways of working. The OpenText Cloud, through Project Titanium, is leading digital transformation, delivering on our promise of open, integrated cloud management by bringing information and automation together for businesses and customers.”
OpenText last made highlights on Feb 2, reporting combined financial results and completing the acquisition of Micro Focus International plc. The deal worth six billion dollars, announced back in August, enabled OpenText to penetrate in the segments of enterprise technology market where it’s a novice and also enlarged its products’ central portfolio to maintain business records.