Industry Insider

Revelations that the Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and cabinet ministers (including a specific Defence-related WhatsApp group) are using Facebook’s messaging system WhatsApp for confidential discussions have raised issues around cybersecurity. The use of WhatsApp by government officials also raises legal issues.

Information is a vital, perhaps the most vital, business asset for an organisation. Nearly everything an organisation does involves using information in some way. It is used to support effective decision making and facilitate ongoing operations and the delivery of programmes, products and services; it evidences practices and performance, business activity and transactions, rights and obligations. Information is the glue that holds an organisation’s structures and processes together.

Just three months after the launch of the No More Ransom project, law enforcement agencies from a further 13 countries have signed up to fight ransomware together with the private sector.

EMR vendor Core Medical Solutions (CMS) has announced that its clinical information system BOSSnet will expand across the Grampians Rural Health Alliance (GRHA) footprint in Victoria.

Governance and Compliance was targeted as one of the key result areas in the Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation (ANMF) TAS Branch Strategic Plan 2014 – 2017. The implementation of an effective business system to manage record-keeping of both electronic and physical records was identified as a major requirement within this key result area.

In the ECM space practitioners still talk about the same basic set of problems as they did back in 2000. The conversation hasn’t really progressed; it’s just gotten more complicated.

The first fully automated terminal operation in Australia is being promised by the developers of the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) in Melbourne, a subsidiary of Filipino company International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI)

Ransomware is sinking its teeth into business data everywhere, with the threat continuing to evolve in new more sophisticated variants that encrypt individual files or even entire disks. To learn more about the challenge of defending against one of the fastest growing threats online, both for businesses and consumers, IDM spoke with Dr John Selby, a member of Macquarie University’s Cyber Security Hub established this year in Sydney in a $10 million joint investment with Optus Business.

Victoria’s Wyndham City Council has taken out the first of four inaugural customer Innovation Awards presented by ECM solutions provider Objective at its at its annual Collaborate 2016 user conference, held in Sydney this week.