The key to protecting information in SAP is a combination of three primary elements: identification, monitoring, and control. This blog will explain each in detail to assist companies in evaluating and implementing their information security measures.

There are many parts to security and access management in Content Suite that are very sophisticated. Yet, it is only getting more complicated notably via extended solutions integrating Content Suite Platform with leading solutions via the Extended ECM framework.

Newport Beach CA – December 1, 2020 – Fastman today announced that three of its flagship products are now available for online purchase on SAP® App Center, the digital marketplace for SAP partner offerings. These innovative products are designed for businesses using SAP Extended Enterprise Content Management (SAP Extended ECM) by OpenText that are interested in the efficient management of their business content and information.

Learn best practices for configuring security and access in Content Suite and Extended ECM. See how Permissions Manager accelerates your Business Workspaces deployments.

Fastman is pleased to announce our November Webinar Mini-Series focused on three new topics. All 30-minute sessions will be interactive and ideal for prospective users and existing customers looking to learn more. Please come to these sessions with questions and your Content Suite scenarios.

The SolEx Expo was the first-ever independent virtual conference for OpenText users worldwide organised by members of the OpenText Solution Extension (SolEx) program.
Alister Grigg, the Managing Director at Fastman says: “It has been an inspiring conference for the team of consultants and developers here at Fastman…”

Fastman is proud to sponsor and present at this SolEx Expo – Showcasing OpenText Solution Extensions

During this webinar we will take a look at some of the latest releases from Fastman including updates to Fastman Permissions Manager and our new Fastman Bridge Connector.

Have you heard about Extended ECM, but the marketing-speak overcomplicates it?
Are documents locked inside an individual business?
Is content segregated by function and difficult to share?