CAST AI, an AI-driven cloud optimization company, analyzed infrastructure utilization reports for more than 400 organizations to quantify how much they overspend on cloud costs. These organizations included large enterprises running applications across tens of thousands of CPUs down to small companies running their applications on just a few nodes.

​Tribunals and senior lawyers typically don’t get involved in document production until just before the hearing. But perhaps they should. 

Australian law firm Hall Payne Lawyers has transformed collaboration and achieved firm-wide visibility of support tasks to facilitate flexible, hybrid working, with the adoption of BigHand Workflow Management.

As company leaders promote communication and improved collaboration, Microsoft 365 has become essential at global solution provider Sycor — with Microsoft Teams playing a crucial role. Applications such as Microsoft Planner, which can be integrated into Teams, also enable highly structured teamwork.

​Nominations are now open for the 2022 Bernadette Bean South Australian (SA) Records Management Service Excellence Award

With data growing at an unprecedented rate, comprising 30% or more of the overall IT budget on its storage, now is the time to hunker down on the idea of unstructured data management policy automation.

Cloud EDRMS vendors in Australia have been rushing to obtain IRAP assessments to enhance their attractiveness to the Government Market. Although government agencies must still do their own self-certification, as an IRAP report from a vendor provides just one piece of evidence for that evaluation.

Barbeques Galore has signed Annature to deliver the eSigning requirements for its headquarters staff administration requirements for internal documentation and select communication with 90 stores. For Barbeques Galore, the agreement helps reduce the admin burden for franchisees and removes the need for signing paper. For Annature, the Australian-owned electronic signature innovator, this latest deal further extends the company's footprint into retail.

In the last couple of years, I have seen a move away from companies implementing data governance because they are in an industry where their regulator requires it, to organizations starting data governance purely because of the benefits they can achieve. That also includes companies looking to extend what they had put in place to meet regulatory requirements across more of their organization.

Australia’s national science agency CSIRO has gone live with a new records management system secured by Kapish, a global leader in secure enterprise information management.  Under the landmark three-year agreement, Kapish is supporting the complex record, regulatory, data and content management needs of CSIRO users in the secure cloud.