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Digital transformation remains a key buzzword in many Australian businesses however pinning down a precise definition of its meaning is tricky. Research from the McKinsey Global Institute indicates that most businesses aren’t operating at their full potential, suggesting a failure to exploit the full value of going digital.

Despite heightened interest in enterprise deployment of artificial intelligence, only 40 per cent of respondents to ISACA’s second annual Digital Transformation Barometer express confidence that their organisations can accurately assess the security of systems based on AI and machine learning.

The container shipping & transportation industry historically has involved a significant amount of paperwork. INTTRA is a company operating a global network that is eliminating paper and faxes from key aspects of the chain, including booking a space on a container ship. IDM spoke with INTTRA President and COO Inna Kuznetsova to learn how this has been achieved.

I was once the director of an archival collection related to historical buildings around the world. From Babylon to Bauhaus, the collection held just about every amazing world monument you could think of and documented state-of-the-art historic preservation techniques. Here was my challenge: the archives was institutional with no public access, and I was a “lone arranger” in charge of all aspects of archival management at the organization. How could I share these treasures?

The NSW Police Force - Australia's oldest and largest police organisation and one of the biggest in the English-speaking world – has been on a quest to move from a hard copy paradigm into digital information management. At Micro Focus Realize 2018, Jeff Greenwood, Manager, Process and Records Services, NSW Police Force, outlined the story so far.

Four members of an alleged coordinated fraud syndicate have been charged as part of ongoing investigations into business email compromise scams across NSW.

Some 70% of businesses worldwide failed to address requests made from individuals seeking to obtain a copy of their personal data as required by GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) within the one-month time limit set out in the regulations, reveals new research from Talend, a developer of cloud data integration solutions.

PwC Germany and young European tech company Cortical.io have recently signed a joint business relationship agreement whereby PwC becomes partner of Cortical.io and develops natural language understanding solutions using Cortical.io’s technology.

Software as a service (SaaS) remains the largest segment of the cloud market, with worldwide revenue expected to grow 17.8 percent to reach $US85.1 billion in 2019, according to Gartner, Inc. The Australian figure is predicted to be $A3.3 billion.

One of the world’s largest oil and gas technology and services companies has used Archive360’s FastCollect for Archives and its Archive2Azure  to find, migrate and manage all of its data from aging and/or end of life (EOL) systems into the Microsoft Cloud.

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