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In the era of data chaos, organisations are faced with a near-constant influx of paper and digital documents that threaten employee productivity. IDC predicts digital data will exceed 44 trillion gigabytes by 2020 with 90 percent of that growth in the form of unstructured data.

Hit by influence scandals leading all the way to the prime minister, the Japanese government will later this month launch a debate on revising how administrative documents should be managed.

The Department of Finance is moving further ahead on its plan to introduce an entirely new Whole of Government (WofG) Digital Records Platform for the Australian federal government, replacing the predominant standard currently in place being HPE TRIM/RM/CM. Finance is specifically keen to explore a solution that will automate the capture and classification of records.

The ASX-listed Citadel Group has announced revenue growth was up 27.8% to $A98.8m for FY17, which included the initial $A24.8m contract with a large federal government agency. The company says it has a strong pipeline of work for its cloud based information management solutions, integration services in Defence and federal government agencies, and e-Health initiatives.

How many times a day do you want to send a document as an attachment to an email, but you’d rather send a PDF than a DOCX, an XLSX or a PPTX? It’s much safer to attach the document as a PDF.

Motor Trade Finance (MTF), a leading provider of vehicle financing in New Zealand, has selected Ephesoft’s Transact platform for document capture and analytics.

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has announced the publication of ISO 32000-2 (PDF 2.0) , the latest version of the PDF specification.

Sydney Adventist Hospital, the largest not-for-profit hospital in New South Wales, has chosen OpenText RightFax to ensure the secure and reliable exchange of clinical information, medical records and more.

The market for governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software is expected to experience strong growth as business leaders look for solutions to meet the challenges of regulatory change, cybersecurity threats, third-party exposure, and reputation risk.

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has announced it is investing around $A60 million on data analytics, IT systems as well as its surveillance and enforcement capabilities to be a more data-driven, intelligence-led law enforcement agency.

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