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The migration of large enterprises, private and public sector alike, towards IT and application delivery via shared services is putting the CIO under new pressure, according to a new report from industry analysts Ovum.

StorageCraft has announced ShadowProtect Server 4.0 and StorageCraft ShadowProtect Small Business Server 4.0, the latest version of its backup, disaster recovery and system migration technology.

Australian health IT specialist iSOFT has signed two deals in the UK totaling A$8 million for a hospital system and an e-commerce and logistics hosting application.

ReadSoft has been chosen to deliver its document process automation solutions to one of Malaysia's leading multinational conglomerates.

Top-10 New Zealand law firm Duncan Cotterill has implemented Recommind's MindServer Search to provide a single search platform across its five offices in New Zealand and Australia.

Gayan Peiris previews the new and improved capabilities of SharePoint 2010, and evaluates why should you look at upgrading from MOSS 2007. 

Whether you have already implemented Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 or you are considering SharePoint 2010, the easiest way to get the most out of this highly flexible and comprehensive platform is by networking with others, listening to experts and being taken through successful customer implementations. That’s what is being delivered at the Australia SharePoint Conference 2010 to be held between 16th and 17th June at the Sydney Hilton.

Vanessa Hose, Manager, Knowledge & Information Services at Victoria’s Department of Treasury & Finance, admits, “There are huge challenges for organisations such as ours in dealing with the large volume of information that arrives daily, and we need to look at how much of it we can automate to remove some of the administrative burden from our staff.”

Leading copper producer Anvil Mining is implementing Objective to enhance information management at its global locations.

Australia is not keeping up with the booming demand for Geospatial professionals, UNSW Professor, Chris Rizos, has told a world surveying congress in Sydney.

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