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Information is one your firm’s greatest asset, however, according the leading analysts – Gartner, Forrester and IDC – 80 percent of your information is not structured, i.e., it cannot be accessed in a timely manner. This information is buried in paper files, in email folders and shared drives often several folders deep.

Australian enterprises and federal agencies now have 12 months to prepare to comply with Mandatory Data Breach Notification Laws, following the passage of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Bill 2016.

Geospatial data’s enabling role in digital transformation will be on show at the International Symposium on Digital Earth & Locate17 in Sydney in April, combining one of the world’s most prestigious symposiums with Australia’s premier geospatial conference.

By 2021, the prevalence of equity analysts valuing organisations' information portfolios in valuing businesses themselves will spark formal internal information valuation and auditing practices, according to Gartner, Inc.

As Microsoft power forward with new Office 365 applications, administration, governance and compliance tools the question "is SharePoint dead?" has been asked of me on more than one occasion. Some may say it is, I say not.

Veritas Technologies has announced that it is bringing together local industry and technology leaders at the Australian leg of the company’s flagship Vision Solution Day conference. Happening across Sydney and Melbourne, Veritas will hold the separate events at Water @ Pier One on February 28 and The Glasshouse on March 2, respectively.

Many have speculated if the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) signals the beginning of the end of content management as we know it. But AI can give your web CMS new life and make it much richer. After all, the best ideas often come from our darkest dreams.

In a victory which extends to parties involved in complex, document intensive litigation, the Supreme Court of Victoria on Friday, 2 December 2016, endorsed the use of predictive coding in discovery. This marks the first time the technology has ever been approved in Australia in a Court process, and will potentially lead to big changes in the way parties conduct discovery in major matters in the future.

When it comes to electronic communications at work, email is the seasoned old-timer. Everyone uses it, and for decades it’s been the default method of communication at work. However, it’s far from perfect. If you’ve ever been spammed, dropped from a group thread, caught up in the dreaded, never-ending "reply all" loop, or struggled with dropped attachments, you know what I mean.