Enterprise Content Management

Microsoft has announce organisations running on-premises SharePoint will be to direct user site creation requests to Office 365 services via a new SharePoint  Server 2013 feature called "Hybrid  Self-Service Site Creation.”

US investment fund Clearlake Capital Group is to acquire NetDocument, the provider of secure cloud-based document management, email management, and collaboration solutions to law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments.

SharePoint Maven has developed a searchable Knowledge Base to help businesses and non-profits learn how to setup SharePoint’s out-of-the box functionality with easy to follow, in-depth tutorials and affordable one-on-one or group training.

Australian hosting provider CloudRecover and the American security platform vendor FinalCode have announced a new partnership to offer Final Code’s secure file sharing solutions across a number of applications.

New Zealand based EDRMS supplier and information consultancy specialist InfocentriK has formally joined ELO’s certified business partner network.

The Earthquake Commission (EQC), a natural disaster insurer that also provides research and education to New Zealand residents, has selected a new cloud ECM platform to enhance its claims management processing.

Enterprise content management (ECM) implementations experienced rapid growth and significant client investments from the late 90s through the financial downturn of 2008. With the reduction in storage costs as well as innovation brought about by robust networks, computers, and Internet browsers, organizations were finally free to truly capture the promise of ECM. Whether leveraging internal resources or working with outside consultants, ECM customers were able to build out purpose-driven solutions on Documentum, OpenText, FileNet/IBM, or other ECM platforms.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced the launch of Pointnext, a revamped technology services organisation focussed on digital transformations and drawing on the expertise of more than 25,000 specialists in 80 countries.

Australian technology solution provider Citadel Group has launched its first Enterprise Content Management as a Service offering, Citadel Information Exchange (CiX). CiX is a true cloud based solution offering Enterprise Content Management as a fully managed, hosted service. CiX is powered by HPE Content Manager.

Smart Capture software developer Ephesoft Inc. has established a regional office in Sydney Australia to address the company’s growing business in the Australasia region.