Defence Digital, an agency of the UK Ministry of Defence, has set up a new contract with incumbent supplier Micro Focus for its electronic records management system.

Digital Experience Labs has provided digital automation solutions and transformation services to industry innovators throughout A/NZ since 2018. It has now announced a partnership with TCG, developer the no-code intelligent document processing (IDP) automation platform, DocProStar.

Nearly nine of ten – a whopping 86% -- of business leaders at financial services companies aren’t confident that their data can be used for decision-making, according to research commissioned by InterSystems. The study of more than 550 business leaders across 12 countries globally revealed the problem may stem from disconnected systems and data sources, with almost all (98%) respondents saying that there are data and application silos within their organization.

Australian digital health company MediRecords will play a key role in a $A299 million overhaul of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) electronic health records system.

New Zealand Parliamentary Service is leading the way on creating a digital state sector having completed a major transition of key information technology systems from on-premise operation to a Software-as-a-Service environment from TechnologyOne.

Funding will be allocated to protecting and supporting Aboriginal cultural heritage across New South Wales after securing funding from the Digital Restart Fund.

Elon Musk’s comments prior to and following the deal to take Twitter private appear to endorse the principle of transparency by “making the algorithms open source to increase trust”. However, the context within which transparency principles will be applied is unclear.

Following the acquisition of 80% of Fujitsu’s scanner business, Ricoh is now planning to develop new services that provide closer integration between capture and its AI-OCR solution and DocuWare EDRMS subsidiary. Fujitsu sold an 80% stake in its scanner manufacture subsidiary, PFU, to Ricoh for about 80 billion yen, or $US625 million. It plans to focus on software development.

Global research reveals that 77% of enterprises lack realtime access to ERP data, leading to poor business outcomes and lost revenue. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are the lifeblood of enterprises and are a key requirement for managing core business processes. The data collected by an ERP system is also widely used to optimize operations, understand business performance, and make forecasts.

According to the data presented by Atlas VPN, only 4 out of the 50 US states have enacted consumer data protection laws. Furthermore, the United States is falling behind third-world countries in establishing privacy laws that would protect its citizens.