In a recent survey across the Asia/Pacific markets, analyst firm IDC claims less than one third of organisations interviewed would be able to restore more than 50% of their applications in real-time should a disaster strike. This means most organisations would have less than half of their systems running in the event of a disaster.


Metadata is critical to many areas of information management. David McGrath, a Sydney-based solicitor with extensive industry experience, looks at a significent international judgement relating to metadata and ediscovery.


NAB Finance has worked with consultants Pitcher Partners to develop a Proof of Concept (POC) showcasing the business intelligence capabilities of SharePoint 2010.


Sydney's Marrickville Council is considering a multimillion dollar proposal to dump its TRIM record-keeping platform, along with all HP hardware and software, in support of a boycott of companies that allegedly support Israel’s occupation of Palestine.


CVISION Technologies is to provide a global electronics corporation with a scanning solution based on its PdfCompressor software to OCR a million pages in backlog as well as 5000 pages per month moving forward.


The National Archives of Australia has published a set of recommendations for government agencies considering outsourcing data storage to external hosts and the cloud.


Nintex has unveiled an updated version of its product line that helps report and analyse trends, performance and usage of SharePoint 2010 environment.


Lexmark subsidiary Perceptive Software has announced an enterprise content management (ECM) solution for Microsoft Dynamics AX.


Web 2.0 technologies.have obtained new status as a linchpin in disaster magnagement folowing the 2011 Queensland flood and cyclone emergencies.