Articles

OnePlaceMail is broadening its horiozons, with release 3.1 of the Outlook/Sharepoint integration suite extending its reach to Word/Excel and PowerPoint.

David McGrath follows the trail of a single email which is at the heart of a two year court battle between electronic trading giant Optiver and Aussie rising star Tibra.

Professional services firm Deloitte is expanding its Analytics group with the acquisition of marketing and business insights specialist boutique firm Pathfinder Solutions.

A horses for courses approach to SharePoint and ECM is paying dividends for Marcus Darbyshire, Chief Information Officer of South East Water, a Victorian Government-owned provider of water and related services, which has just deployed Open Text Content Lifecycle Management (CLM) Services for SharePoint. 

The demand from government for efficient PDF solutions has driven DocsCorp to expand its integration capability to include Objective, a leader in ECM solutions for local government in Australia and New Zealand.

Gayan Peiris sorts through the many options available for enterprise search with SharePoint.  Gayan Peiris is a SharePoint Technology Specialist (TSP) at Microsoft Australia who has written many articles, reviews and columns for various online publications and has been a contributing author for a SharePoint book. He is a frequent speaker at Microsoft conferences on SharePoint technology. 

Objective believes it can save each local council in Australia more than A$3 million per year by means of a hosted document authoring and collaboration platform, based on the platform it acquired from Limehouse Software (UK).

Each year the legal industry hot foots it to Legal Tech New York (LTNY), a three day event in February that brings together some of of the world's leading experts on ediscovery, compliance and information management. Michelle Mahoney, the Melbourne-based Director Applied Legal Technology for Mallesons Stephen Jaques, reports back from LTNY 2010.

A giant in global oil and gas exploration and development, Oilsearch is implementing the Oracle Universal Content Manager (UCM) with Oracle Universal Records Manager (URM) for document management.

Queenslanders will be able to look online to view the performance of their hospital emergency departments under a new initiative from Queensland Health.

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