Document & Records Management

AvePoint will be showcasing its online records management solution AvePoint Cloud Records during this year’s Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando, Florida, September 25-29. Cloud Records automates tasks associated with information classification, retention, and disposal, as well as auditing and physical records management from a single, intuitive interface.

Kodak Alaris is expanding its information capture ecosystem with the launch of the Alaris S2000 Series – a new family of network/wireless and USB-connected desktop scanners.

Acronis has announced the availability of Acronis Access Advanced 8.0, the latest version of mobile file access, sync & share solution for enterprises. Acronis Access Advanced 8.0 introduces new features designed to increase security, compliance and convenience protecting shared data. It also extends flexibility of integrating with other mobile applications.

Foxit Software has announced the latest release of PDF Compressor, which has been enhanced to make scanned documents more accessible for people with disabilities using assistive technology. PDF Compressor now features automatic tag generation that improves the ability of screen readers to understand document content.

Organisations today are faced with exponential amounts of data entering the business in many different formats, from a wide range of sources. Most is categorised as unstructured data: email, video, audio, web chat, social media messages. While dealing with business data can seem like a burden, it is actually invaluable for mitigating risks within your organisation.

Australian firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth is the latest to adopt artificial intelligence technology in the due diligence process for mergers and acquisitions transactions.

Knowledgeone Corporation has announced an entirely new way for small business, corporations and government agencies to run sophisticated information management applications (Apps) in the Cloud.

Melbourne-based financial accounting firm Krigsman Partners has revolutionised its document processing with the deployment of ABBYY FineReader 14.

An Australian web site promoting the data breach solutions business unit of global credit reporting giant Equifax singles out the firm’s “International breach solutions and experience”. This boast certainly rings true after revelations that over half of the United States population may have had their personal details exposed by hackers in an historic data breach.

Hit by influence scandals leading all the way to the prime minister, the Japanese government will later this month launch a debate on revising how administrative documents should be managed.

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