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2018 marks the Institute of Information Management (IIM) 20th anniversary. Formed in 1998 IIM is the premier Australasian body for the information management industry. 

ActivePDF has announced the release of Redactor 3.1.0. which provides users the ability to search and redact specific words, text, images, or entire pages when creating PDF files so viewers cannot see or search for sensitive information.

Adobe is embedding PDF functionality deep within Office365 with editing and conversion functions now available directly from the ribbon in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint online.

Microsoft has unveiled a new “immutable storage” feature available for Azure Blobs, its object storage platform for unstructured data, is now available for public preview. The offering is designed for regulated industries that are required to retain business-related communication in a Write-Once-Read-Many (WORM) or immutable state that makes it non-erasable and non-modifiable for a certain retention interval.

Concept Searching, the developer of semantic metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy management software, has launched Release 5.4.6 of its flagship conceptClassifier platform.

Kofax has announced the addition of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and other capabilities in its Kapow 10.3 Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software.

Germany’s Moth Software has announced the release of Mail Archiver X 4.2 for Mac OS X, an update to their app that serves as a companion to the user's current email application/client, allowing consolidation, archiving, and permanent storage of emails.

Nine Network, Australia’s largest commercial free-to-air television network, has selected Techtel as the systems integrator of choice to develop a seamless interface between their Media Asset Management (MAM) platforms and deep storage across their news and production studios and playout centre at two different locations.

Oxygen Forensics has released an update to its mobile forensic software allowing investigators exclusive access to mobile devices, applications, and cloud data not previously accessible through software solutions.

AODocs has announced the launch of AOBox, a platform that allows users to access and share files directly through Google Drive, regardless of whether they have a Google account.

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