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One of the key functions of the government is to collect and archive national records. This includes everything from property records and registers of births, deaths and taxes, to Parliamentary proceedings, and even the ABC’s digital library of Australian news and entertainment. A new report from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) considers the important role these records play as the collective digital identity of our nation.

More than 8 in 10 workers worldwide are forced to recreate lost documents already in existence, according to the 2019 Global Intelligent Information Management (IIM) Benchmark Report today released by M-Files Corporation.

Brother Australia has worked closely with car rental vendor Europcar, to optimise the integration of its Document Scanners with a POS Solution for processing customer identification, which is now deployed at over 150 Europcar locations throughout ANZ.

Forge.AI, an artificial intelligence company that promises to transform the world's unstructured information into structured machine ready data, has received a $US11M funding boost.

One of the biggest challenges for modern businesses isn’t being able to collect data, but finding a way to organize it systematically and using the data that piles up. Learning how to interpret random data points and unstructured information often proves to be more than some companies can handle, but it doesn’t have to be.

Sometimes we have no choice. The “I agree” buttons that now pop up all over the web may give us a chance to stop companies gathering our data. But when it comes to government we are often forced to hand over our details or miss out on essential services such as healthcare, education or social security.

A new study reveals significant gaps between what enterprises want to implement and what they have actually accomplished with modern data sharing and advanced analytics. In essence, only a small percentage of enterprises surveyed are truly data-driven.

A chance encounter at a social media conference solved Taranaki Regional Council’s social media records compliance issues and now saves the communications team hours of work every week.

In the digital transformation era, most companies are turning their paper-based processes into digitalised workflows. This saves time and reduces the potential for errors. Automating these workflows is an even more powerful way for businesses to work more productively and free up time for innovation to compete more effectively, according to Upstream, the solution provider and Fuji Xerox Australia subsidiary.