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Objective has signalled it is on the lookout for more acquisitions to expand its footprint in the content, collaboration and process management marketplace, after digesting the UK's Limehouse Software in 2009.

Changing the way data is gathered, processed and presented is more likely to guarantee better information and improved business performance than large investments in IT, a KPMG report has found.

The Australian Competition and Consumer has blamed Internet scams for defrauding Australians of almost $70 million in 2009.

Recall has announced the launch of a new secure data destruction service for digital media, Ensurepacs.

Electronic Shipping Solutions has announced the launch of its electronic shipping document service, CargoDocs, with BP Oil UK and Morgan Stanley among the first customers to create and transact an electronic Bill of Lading.

A global survey of enterprise security by Symantec found that 75% of organisations have have suffered data breaches within the past 12 months and losses are averaging $US2 million annually. The figure was even higher in Australia/New Zealand, where 89 percent of those surveyed experienced attacks on their IT infrastructure in the past 12 months.

The Australian Federal Police is moving further ahead with its goal to implement an end to end Purchasing and Payment Solution, issuing a tender for automated invoice processing.

SharePoint’s rapid installation across organisations (and especially within the public sector) is leading to fragmented deployment, which is then causing difficulties when attempting to merge or share content and applications. Organisations that are part of a federation, such as Local and State Councils – can alleviate future integration bottlenecks, reduce investments in application development, increase the rate of eServices delivery and help ensure that stakeholders can share information, by adopting the governance practices from the open source community.

The stakes a are high for Project Eden, the codename for a long term project to rollout a single electronic document and records management system across all arms of Australia's Defence forces.

Western Australia's Murdoch University has implemented a records solution from Australia's i2 Scan to cover more than 18,000 students and 1,400 staff from all over the world.

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