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There can be a conflict between the desire to remove inactive workspaces and the requirement to retain the content. For example, the IT department may want to retire or delete a Team, but this Team contains information that is still valuable to the organisation despite not being actively used.

Last week, Micro Focus announced that it is partnering globally with Citadel to Deliver Content Manager Select Software as a Service in the cloud based on the Citadel-IX Platform. IDM asked Brandon Voight, Regional Director of Sales, Information Management to outline the new Micro Focus SaaS offering.

More than $A500 million of a $A1.2 billion digital economy strategy in Tuesday’s budget will be spent on overhauling the federal government’s myGov and My Health Record sites

Nominations are now open for The Bernadette Bean SA Service Excellence Award.

Where’s the best place within your organization to kick off a digital transition? The ideal place is right at the point of document reception for most organisations – the mailroom. A digital mailroom uses document scanning and workflow technology to digitize the secure delivery of mail, resulting in a highly beneficial impact across the entire organization.

Archive360 has updated its archiving and information management platform with a Records Management feature to cut the cost and risk of retiring legacy applications and reducing the technical debt of content management systems and back-office applications.

A free software trial of DocBridge Document Viewer is now available, a Web-based solution for displaying digital documents of any format. With this cloud-enabled application, documents of any size can be displayed and their presentation can be adjusted (e.g. rotate, zoom, simultaneous opening of several documents).

Research and advisory firm Gartner has published a list of the top 10 government technology trends for 2021 that have the potential to accelerate digital innovation and optimise or transform public services.

ISACA has released its annual State of Cybersecurity 2021 survey report which reveals concerning trends around hiring and staff retention continue in the cyber workforce. The global study of more than 3,600 cyber security leaders reports consistent challenges finding qualified, well-rounded candidates, while understaffed teams remain strongly correlated to an increasing number of cyber-attacks.