Industry Insider

We are entering the third of three major phases of information management, each increasingly more sophisticated and powerful, and each with new and greater potential to impact a business’s bottom line.

While the cloud has delivered massive cost and agility benefits for businesses in all industries, there is one counterintuitive challenge being created by the unlimited storage capacity it offers. Because businesses can access virtually limitless storage at a low cost, they no longer have to focus on deleting anything. This means businesses are unlikely to have deletion policies in place for the cloud.

PDF is one of the most widely used formats worldwide. Numerous companies use it to exchange information between business partners or in-house. PDF offers various possibilities – which is why the format is complex. Sometimes it is necessary to define stringent quality standards in order to guarantee interoperability.

Regardless of which industry you are in, when you are working at the leading edge of innovation you can’t help but be inundated with the latest jargon surrounding the emerging technologies. To make matters worse, there is often very little consistency or agreement around the definitions of these terms. 

Data intelligence is the foundation of digital transformation—which means there’s a lot riding on the shoulders of today’s IT leaders. In addition to supporting business goals for speed and agility, they must ensure data is properly secured, governed and compliant. Yet this task becomes increasingly complex as the volume of data continues to explode in an ever-changing regulatory environment.

PDF was originally developed as a printer-like file format. When you review a PDF file, you typically look at the document from inside a PDF viewer like Adobe Reader, and the PDF file ordinarily appears just as that file would print. PDF viewers such as Adobe Reader also give you the option to search for a word or phrase.

The City of Whittlesea council in northern Melbourne has commenced deployment of Nintex Promapp throughout its council operations.

Software solutions provider Kiandra has collaborated with Western Australia’s (WA) Health Support Services (HSS) to successfully deliver a critical application replacement to enable the WA health system to process up to $100 million of invoices every year.

At its recent annual Australian customer roadshow, Realize, Micro Focus polled attendees to gauge their opinion on key digital transformation challenges including barriers to IT delivery, changing key performance indicators (KPIs), and emerging technology. According to 61 per cent of respondents, the top barrier to IT delivery is legacy systems and processes.