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When I'm running training courses, one of the early topics we cover in the day is the various challenges of implementing data governance, but to be quite honest, the challenges start long before you even start designing and implementing your data governance framework.

More than half of risk professionals worldwide say their organisation’s risk levels have increased in the past 12 months, according to new research from ISACA, CMMI Institute and Infosecurity Group.

A new technology promises to make your web browser more private than ever, keeping your internet activity from prying eyes. But some argue your data won’t actually be all that private. And others are worried it could actually help criminals including child abusers to avoid justice. Here’s what you need to know about DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH).

DocsCorp's cleanDocs is more than a metadata cleaning tool. Thanks to the recipient checking feature in cleanDocs 2.1 and above, it is the best way to safeguard what gets shared over email without clogging up Outlook with multiple products and add-ins.

Natural Language Generation (NLG) is a hot topic and seems to be popping up in increasing areas of our lives. Alexa, Siri, customer service chatbots, and automated text messages provide information about products and services, and more of our interactions with businesses involve some level of NLG.

Lander & Rogers, a leading Australian law firm, with nearly 500 professionals across three offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, is moving to iManage Cloud. The move makes Lander & Rogers the largest Australian firm that was already an existing iManage customer to move to iManage Cloud.

Every organization I encounter is going through it in one way or another: digital transformation. Of course, this is a bit of a catch-all phrase that could apply to almost everything and anything that organizations are doing in the digital space. So, it would be useful to define what we mean.

Australian businesses are wasting millions of dollars on knowledge management (KM) solutions that add little or no value and take much longer than expected to deploy, according to new research from technology analyst firm, Ecosystm.

With seven Victorian regional hospitals in lockdown for more than 24 hours after a crippling ransomware attack in October, Australia was once again made aware of the threat of cyber criminals.

Many advanced artificial intelligence projects say they are working toward building a conscious machine, based on the idea that brain functions merely encode and process multisensory information. The assumption goes, then, that once brain functions are properly understood, it should be possible to program them into a computer. Microsoft recently announced that it would spend US$1 billion on a project to do just that.

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