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Organisations looking to implement EDI for the first time need to consider the challenges associated with this legacy approach to electronic trading. And those looking to upgrade should think twice before throwing good money after bad.

​Tighter budgets, expanding workloads, declining workforces, increasing regulatory requirements, rising data security concerns and growing citizen expectations are among the mounting challenges facing government executives every day.

A major privacy fault line has just been revealed as “anonymized data” is now exposed to be not so anonymous after all. An article published by the New York Times reports that new technology can frustrate present efforts to keep data private in a July 23, 2019 article, Your Data Were ‘Anonymized’? These Scientists Can Still Identify You.

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is warning small to medium sized businesses supplying IT and electrical products of a social engineered email scam requesting quotes on goods.

The enterprise content management (ECM) market is in transition as cloud and hybrid deployments, gain traction, according to a new report from industry analysts Forrester.

Information Governance ANZ has announced results of its second survey on trends in Australia and New Zealand, which found that implementing an IG framework is the most important priority for organisations, with the three main drivers of IG projects identified as good business management practices (up 16% on the 2017 survey), external regulatory, compliance or legal obligations and internal technology restructuring or transition.

According to a new global survey from CyberArk, 50 percent of organizations believe attackers can infiltrate their networks each time they try. As organizations increase investments in automation and agility, a general lack of awareness about the existence of privileged credentials – across DevOps, robotic process automation (RPA) and in the cloud – is compounding risk.

I have just taken an entire website and gigabytes of data offline. It covered a highly successful series of conferences on the data economy. It brought together thought leaders and key decision-makers from around the world for annual retreats – over a decade ago. And now it is gone. Every year, some thousands of sites – including ones with unique information – go offline. Countless further webpages become inaccessible; instead of information, users encounter error messages.

ABBYY has opened a regional office in Hong Kong to strengthen its relationships with enterprise-level customers and partners in the market. ABBYY is currently present in most countries in Asia with long-established offices in Taiwan and Japan and through its partner network.

Businesses have always had to navigate change, driven by many factors, including the introduction of new technologies, requirements to move into new markets, competitive pressures, or increased regulatory scrutiny.

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