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Rosoka Software has launched Rosoka Text Analytics v1.5 for the IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook. The new release of the tightly integrated application delivers powerful new features that allow users to fully analyze multilingual unstructured data, while providing the analyst with more control over the entities and relationship that are used for analysis.

AI startup Diffbot has announced the launch of Diffbot Knowledge Graph (DKG): all of the knowledge on the Web, collected and connected into a single, structured source of data, answers, insights, and truth.

Blue Prism has announced a new release of its Digital Workforce platform that includes features delivering secure Multi-Team Environments (MTE), native support for Google Chrome and a new Microsoft Outlook E-mail Visual Business Object (VBO).

Box is rolling out a new feature that tracks content activity across a range of third-party applications. The company has announced a new, unified activity stream for files stored on Box that will make it easier than ever for people to see how their content is connected to the other SaaS applications they use every day, such as Slack, Salesforce and DocuSign.

Clayton Utz's Shengshi Zhao was named Young Professional of the Year at the International Legal Technology Association 's 9th Annual Distinguished Peer Awards in Washington DC on 21 August.

DocsCorp has released a new version of its data leak prevention software, cleanDocs 2.2, which integrates with NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based content management and security platform for law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments, to enable users to clean documents of metadata.

NICE (Nasdaq: NICE) has announced the availability of a new white paper with Deloitte Consulting, offering organisations practical guidance to effectively navigate the transition into Robotic and Cognitive Automation (R&CA), the future of Robotic Process Automation (RPA).

Australian information management consulting form Information Proficiency has been announced as a finalist in the Telstra Business Awards 2018.

M-Files Corporation has announced M-Files Online, providing users of the information management system the ability to flexibly combine cloud and on-premises deployments with a single user license without having to lock into one model.

Email is an increasingly important part of the historical record, yet it is particularly difficult to preserve, putting future access to this vast resource at risk. A new report from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) looks at what makes email archiving so complex and describes emerging strategies to meet the challenge.

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