The National Archives of Norway has scanned around 13 million microfilm images as part of an innovative project to digitise a considerable part of its holdings and make all information contained on microfilm readily available to the public via the Internet.


The City of Beverly Hills, California has selected Objective Corporation’s uCreate solution to assist them in producing their Annual Budget Book.


A cloud-based email security, continuity, policy control and archiving service from Mimecast is now being offered in the Australian market by DocsCorp, developer of the pdfDocs productivity suite.


Scenic Rim Regional Council will consolidate and streamline its print and scan environment with Canon Australia under a project expected to save up to $A70,000 a year.


Global 360, a provider of Process and Document Management solutions, has unveiled the results of the How are Businesses using Microsoft SharePoint in the Enterprise? Market Survey 2010.


Australian superannuation fund VicSuper has introduced a Case360 workflow solution to help manage and document its process-intensive environment.


Queensland Government authority WaterSecure has been working with Brisbane based Blumark for the supply and implementation of IBM’s FileNet suite of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) products.


Australian companies are enthusiastically adopting a new service from Index Engines that allows them find out what’s on their backup tapes without having to download the contents, according to Rod McKemmish who leads KPMG’s Forensic Technology group in Sydney.

A discussion forum on the use of iPads and iPhones in local government in Australia has found plenty of organisations on the cusp of delivering more power to council mobile users.

Brian Bailey looks at Information and Records Management (IRM) challenges in terms of the fundamentals - people, process and technology – and how they serve to highlight the disproportionate effort organisations expend on IT over other risk factors.