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ZyLAB, a provider of e-discovery and information management solutions, has announced that key modules from its eDiscovery & Production system were used by the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials/Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (UNAKRT/ECCC) to help achieve the first conviction of a major Khmer Rouge figure.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is adopting IBM Lotus Connections to provide wikis, collaboration and instant messaging for its 3200 staff.

A major report into Australia’s superannuation industry claims annual savings of over $A1 billion can be achieved through major changes to back office processing to reduce costly manual processing of funds.

The US National Security Agency and Army Research Office have awarded a $1.78 million research grant to Dr Michael J Biercuk, a University of Sydney physicist researching next generation quantum computing.

 

VicRoads is in the driver’s seat with a major rollout of the eDocs EDRMS platform to more than 2500 employees across the state.

 

Alfresco Software today has announced Barry Costin’s appointment as territory manager for Australia and New Zealand (ANZ). With over 20 years in the IT industry Barry will be responsible for managing Alfresco’s sales growth in ANZ.

Anna Fry and Mark de Bruyn are the newest faces on the ediscovery scene in Australia with their new venture, NuLegal, taking on established players in the litigation support market.

Freehills has selected Recommind's MindServer Search to deliver next-generation information access across the firm. Based on Recommind's CORE (Context Optimised Relevancy Engine) platform, the MindServer Search deployment will form the backbone of the Australian law firm’s knowledge infrastructure.

Kofax has announced a significant contract extension with a leading business process outsource (BPO) company in Australia, in a contract worth around $US240,000.

SharePoint is often assumed to be strictly a collaboration platform, and not suitable for sophisticated public-facing web sites. This is a wrong assumption according to Australia’s Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC), which is using SharePoint to completely rebrand its Internet presence.

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