The Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority (ESTA) of Victoria has rolled out RecFind 6 as its enterprise Electronic Document and Records Management Solution (EDRMS).


The Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) wants the federal government to foot the bill for a national rollout of platforms to support electronic development applications.

OpenText is opening up its Extended ECM product so that SAP users can access shared workspaces from their preferred user interface, in a bid to provide for more intuitive collaboration on content relating to SAP business transactions.


Symantec has launched Data Insight for Storage, a tool to assist management of unstructured data, including files such as documents, spreadsheets and emails.


There is a payoff to Accounts Payable (AP) automation, although a new report on AP processes for Australia and New Zealand has found that most companies do not benchmark their productivity at all and are unaware of their true productivity levels.


Two new record-keeping standards will raise the standard of record-keeping across the government sector and increase business efficiency, says Greg Goulding Archives New Zealand's Acting Chief Executive and Chief Archivist.


Online video platform provide Brightcove has launched operations in Australia, announcing a new Sydney head office and local customer wins including, DMG Media and AussieBum.


In May 2010, the Federal Government announced it plans to spend $467 million over two years to introduce "personally controlled" individual electronic health records as part of a national health reform agenda.


The federal government has signalled it will not be constructing a new national repository for individual heath records as part of its $467M program to deliver a Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) for every Australian by June 2012.

The move to Electronic Health Records (EHRs) at Barwon Health has delivered real benefits, says Health Information Services (HIS) Operations Manager Michelle Martella.