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Victorian utility Western Water is mobilising its field force with a service and document management system from ViryaNet.

Free daily breakfast is on the menu for more than 350 software developers housed in a 
a major new Brisbane research and development (R&D) facility for TechnologyOne, which offers features designed to satisfy a "a creative, productive workforce."

Security risks in the humble photocopier are now the subject of high level government action in the US, as the fallout of a report from CBS News report last month continues to send shockwaves through the information sector.

Document management is complex enough in the average office environment, but when you factor in the difficulties of an industrial workplace there are additional challenges that come into play.

If Terry Seiver, Trim Administrator at Hunter Water had one wish for document management, it would be to have a platform thatwould facilitate better integration with other corporate systems.

IBM will acquire EDI specialist Sterling Commerce from AT&T for approximately $US1.4 billion in cash.

Forensic search specialist Nuix has launched what it claims is the world’s only forensically defensible means of collecting all Electronically Stored Information (ESI) from Microsoft SharePoint sites, including dynamic content.

Printer company Lexmark is making a content management play with the purchase of privately-held Perceptive Software for about $US280 million in cash.

Symantec has announced the acquisition of VeriSign’s identity and authentication business for $US1.28 billion in cash..

Clearwell Systems has prepared a list of the top five e-discovery landmines to avoid from an IT and storage perspective, meant to help IT personnel prepare for their emerging and vital role in bringing e-discovery in-house.

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