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Defence has signalled the way forward for its electronic document & records management with a major upgrade to the latest version of Objective 7.5 for more than 25,000 users within Australia. Defence is also preparing the business case for a huge initiative to extend the reach of Objective to up to 40,000 additional users within Australia and in operational areas across the globe, wherever Australia’s Defence Forces are engaged.

Elon Aizenstros, managing director of Australia’s RecordPoint, asks whether SharePoint 2010 measures up to ISO 15489.

Forensic Digital Services (part of The FDS Group) is ready to roll with its mobile eDiscovery platform, after becoming the first Australian company to deploy AccessData’s eDiscovery technology to assist with data collection and review.

Victoria’s Baw Baw Shire Council is underway with an ambitious program to put SharePoint at the heart of its document management strategy, explains Don Tylee, Manager Business Information.

Basware has announced the addition of supplier functionality to its Basware Connectivity services, offering accounts receivable (AR) departments in Australia and New Zealand a hosted solution to switching to fully electronic invoices.

Success at QSuper, one of the largest superannuation funds in Australia, has contributed to a big jump in revenue for Global 360’s Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) business. 

The Bureau of Meteorology is calling for tenders for the implementation of an Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS) that is expected to cost from $1-1.5 million.

The Australia SharePoint Conference & Exhibition will be back in early 2011, after a successful inaugural event at the Sydney Hilton from June 16-17 2010 was attended by more than 600 business and technical professionals from across the country.(Click HEREfor Event Image Gallery)

ISYS Search Software has won a competitive bid to supply an enterprise-wide search solution to UNAIDS, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.

Most organisations remain ill-equipped to manage information for electronic discovery requests in a timely and cost-effective manner and are exposed to significant legal risks. David McGrath explains the options that are available in Australia to gain assistance from specialist firms in responding to ediscovery requests.

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