Primary Industries and Resources South Australia (PIRSA) is upgrading to a new version of the Objective EDRMS, which will enable up to 1600 users across the state to access new Windows Explorer and MS Outlook client interfaces.

Two Canberra public hospitals are taking a fast track to the digital future with the announcement of a new information management system for Intensive Care Units (ICUs) at Canberra Hospital and Calvary Public Hospital. 

A recent survey by AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) has found that less than 50% of SharePoint implementations were subject to a formal business case, and only half of those required a financial justification. 

The National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) has begun a major project to archive more than 40,000 hours of video stored in superannuated analogue formats, with the purchase of two SAMMA Solo systems from media migration specialist DAMsmart.

Almost half of Oceania IT professionals say that the risks of cloud computing outweigh the benefits, according to the first ISACA Oceania IT Risk/Reward Barometer survey.

A merger that seeks to integrate information archiving with electronic discovery management has been announced between Unify, which acquired records management and archiving company AXS-OneCorp for $US8M in 2009, and US eDiscovery solutions provider Daegis.

 Fujitsu has announced the latest release of the eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) software Interstage XWand Version 11, designed to help companies increase automation, transparency and governance around financial activities.

Mincom has announced a new agreement with Colossus Minerals, a development-stage mining company with an exploratory gold and platinum project in Brazil.

Three Australian federal government agencies that between them send out almost 150 million physical pieces of mail a year are looking to initiate a digital revolution, with Centrelink calling a tender for a new document output management system.

In his role as Knowledge Management Advisor for Shell Global Solutions (Malaysia), Siew Hoong, AW (ASH) is responsible for developing and implementing knowledge sharing initiatives in Projects & Technology. ASH is also currently responsible for managing and promoting Shell’s Project and Technology Wiki that has a readership of approximately 10,000 personnel.