Easily create rich content in half the time with our totally redesigned interface and new digital asset management capabilities. 

 

Look at This! A Completely Redesigned User Interface 

 

The way we consume content has changed and our content creation tools need to adapt to the fast pace and higher standards consumers expect. At HCL, we not only value your feedback, but we act on it.  We have taken thousands of hours of real customer feedback and purpose-built a new and intuitive way for our HCL Digital Experience customers to create and manage their content for their business critical digital experiences – and we just unveiled these new capabilities to market!

The totally redesigned Content Composer enables teams to create content in half the time and boosts productivity on our platform by up to 60%. We took the most commonly used elements of the content creation process and streamlined the workflow.  Now, something that took ten minutes and six clicks takes one minute and two clicks — giving you more time to focus on the business and what directly impacts your customer experiences.  

 

The redesigned Content Composer also comes with new drag-and-drop capabilities that let you quickly and intuitively build and organize content, without having to worry about breaking file paths or ruining a perfectly designed web page.  

 

HOT DAM!  New Digital Asset Management Capabilities Included — Free 

 

We’ve also added a brand-new way for you to manage your digital experience assets like images, videos, audio files and more. This new cloud-native Digital Asset Management tool will make hunting for lost or disorganized media and files a thing of the past.  You can set metadata and tags for assets, create different renditions for use in different digital properties, and organize digital assets in collections.  All of this in a centralized location to store, discover, edit and deliver rich media assets seamlessly with HCL Digital Experience.  

While there are vendors which offer DAM capabilities as a paid add-on, ours comes built right into our platform. At no additional charge. Because these new capabilities are native, there is no need for development to implement and maintain an API connection to a third-party vendor.  This further streamlines your workflow. 

 

Not only can you add and manage rich media, but you can also edit it without needing to re-upload an updated version. Crop, scale and rotate images and videos with ease. The new DAM capabilities also work with our experience API for headless usage in digital channels, so you aren’t tied down to the Digital Experience front end. 

 

More to Come 

 

With a new interface and built-in rich-media management capabilities, HCL Digital Experience has taken content creation to the next level.  To digitize your business critical experiences, you need not only flexibility, security and power, but also the ability for your business users to create engaging content.  We empower users to create the best customer experiences, improving the bottom line and customer satisfaction.  

 

Watch the live unveiling of these new exciting features. We will be showcasing the revolutionary new features the latest version of Digital Experience has to offer. 

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Further Reading
Digital Solutions | October 31, 2020
The Benefits of Hybrid Cloud and Why it’s a Big Deal
With more and more enterprise technologies moving to cloud-based deployments it has become increasingly important for organizations to carefully evaluate their current digital experience implementations and formulate a cloud strategy and roadmap to get there to reap the business benefits of cloud for driving transformation, differentiation and ultimately achieving competitive advantage. While the benefits are getting to cloud are compelling, organizations require flexibility in their cloud journey to minimize the challenges inherent in migrating mission critical workloads to the cloud. Migrating to a public or private cloud can take a lot of time, money and development resources. With HCL Digital Experience’s new hybrid cloud support organizations can exploit the benefits of cloud, maximize the value from their existing on-premise deployment and future proof their digital experience investment.  New HCL Digital Experience hybrid cloud support enables customers to use their existing on-premise with the game-changing cloud-based content management features — without needing to migrate anything. Magic? No. Revolutionary? Yes. Using Kubernetes, you can now add our new future-leaning cloud features to an on-premises environment without needing to migrate anything to the cloud.  This new hybrid cloud option brings three major improvements to your on-premises DX environments:  Content Composer: Create Content in Half the Time   Deliver content for digital experiences quickly to your audiences. Dramatically improved content-creation tools and a redesigned Content Composer means business users can now model and create new content in half the time with a modern, intuitive drag-and-drop interface.  2. Hot DAM! A New (Free) Cloud-Native Digital Asset Manager Included  A new cloud-native digital asset management system (DAM) lets you add and organize media quickly and seamlessly. You can now manage your content from creation to execution with ease. And, unlike some other digital experience platforms in the market, this DAM is included at no addition charge.    3. Experience API: Adaptable, Open APIs:  A new open API-compliant set of headless REST services enables developers to deliver experiences using modern front-end JavaScript frameworks (Angular, React, Vue etc.). This provides greater agility in blending content, data, and applications. Upgrading now means that your DX is faster and easier than ever — making your business-critical digital experience more valuable than ever before. Join us at our upcoming annual conference, DX Inspire, to learn more.   Learn more: https://hclsw.co/dx-inspire-2020
Digital Solutions | October 28, 2020
The 3 Capabilities Your Digital Experience Needs to Offer
In order to compete today, enterprises have to offer staff and customers a fast, secure and flexible experience that’s up to the task of responding to a dizzying array of business needs. Trends and market needs can evolve as rapidly as a weather system, making an agile platform vital to keeping companies in tune with the business-critical demands.  Business critical processes are core activities that are essential to meeting an organization’s mission — such as paying bills, making appointments, filling out time sheets, applying for permits, or filing a claim. Some of these processes are invisible to the customer and some can be seen.  This includes the fulfillment of company operations, protection of assets, and satisfying of regulatory requirements, and occur on all levels of an organization.    Whether it’s centered on sales and marketing, accounting and finance, HR, or customer service, these business activities can be optimized by the platform they’re on, or not.  A dynamic publishing platform that can handle the business-critical needs of a company, regardless of industry, is a distinct advantage for enterprises in competitive markets.  With all the factors to be considered, what are 3 capabilities an elite publishing platform needs to have?   Data Security and Privacy  There’s a saying that a band is only as good as its drummer, and the same is true for the technology and security of digital experiences and platforms.  The greatest user interface in the world is worthless if it's not secure from digital threats.    Ensuring a secure platform includes protecting private data while it’s on-site and in-transit, with encryption that is flexible enough to connect users anytime anywhere while meeting all industry compliance requirements.    If that sounds like a tough balancing act, well that’s because it is. But you don’t want a beautiful guitar solo being drowned out by a wildly inconsistent drumbeat, so it’s worth investing in the...
Digital Solutions | October 27, 2020
4 Features of a Cloud-Native Digital Experience
Hosting a digital enterprise platform on a cloud-native setting sounds like a dream: more speed, agility, scalability, integration, and cost-savings. But is a cloud-native environment so different from a cloud-hosted one, and how do those differences manifest in workflow solutions for enterprise companies?   Let’s look at what makes a cloud-native digital experience unique, and why the distinctions in capability are important.   Cloud-native means more than just a digital platform   Cloud-native describes not just an environment but an approach to design and deployment.  It is a more progressive use of cloud technology that goes beyond the previously accepted benefits — primarily storage and convenience — and features applications designed specifically to run on the cloud.    By being “native” to the cloud — built for the cloud from day one — these applications have a scale and deployment velocity that can’t be easily matched by on-premise or even cloud hosted platforms.  Enterprise companies that adopt a cloud native system can tap into a digital experience built to thrive in a constantly evolving digital workspace where time matters more than ever.    Cloud-native is not the same as cloud-hosted  It could sound obvious, but it’s worth mentioning because understanding the differences between the two systems can help shine a light on the advantages of cloud-native infrastructure.    Cloud-hosted applications are designed for on-premise environments but are deployed and managed from the cloud by a service provider.  This model was originally born from a desire to save money by shifting premises systems from a capital expense to an operating expense, saving enterprises the added financial burden of capital expense costs.    A cloud-hosted system is a compromise which combines some aspects of cloud storage and management with legacy systems of security, maintenance and infrastructure.  Cloud-hosted services, however, can still be bogged down by clunky and time-consuming updating protocol and can be more difficult to scale as needed.  Whereas cloud-native services and applications are designed strictly for cloud environments and can respond accordingly.    ...
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