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Documents are essential to business operations, but creating, completing, and cataloguing these documents at scale remains a frustrating and time-consuming task for organizations. There is an answer that streamlines productivity. It’s not operational restructuring or overly-complex IT offerings. Instead, the answer is black-and-white – barcodes.

Hyperautomation is a process in which businesses automate as many business and IT processes as possible using tools like AI, machine learning, event-driven software, robotic process automation, and other types of the decision process and task automation tools.
 

Victorian councils need to improve how they protect the information they hold, according to a research report released today by the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission.

COVID-19 and the sudden shift to remote work has highlighted the inadequacies of legacy software according to a new report from International Data Corporation (IDC).

Celebrating 15 years of activity in the ANZ market, IDM asked MD Rainer Krause to reflect on the evolution of ELO Digital Office in the ANZ ECM and records management marketplace.

Sales of data and content management solutions in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is predicted to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.8% over the period 2019-2024, driven by the rise in enterprises’ need to organize, categorize and structure the content in a meaningful manner, reports GlobalData, a data and analytics company.

The Morrison Government is hitting reset on its Digital Transformation strategy, to help reach its goal of all Australian government services being available digitally by 2025.

The National Archives of Australia has signed contracts totalling $A4.4 million for the bulk digitisation of more than 650,000 Second World War service records.

In a rapidly changing environment, Australia’s ability to adapt and continue to deliver critical services has been tested. Organisations across Australia now have an urgent need for flexible and secure access to their corporate information.

Has information overload fever subsided? I have followed the “information overload” movement for over ten years now.  While I’m a sceptic of its “sky is falling” rhetoric I have always acknowledged that knowledge workers find catharsis in complaining about information overload given the chance.

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