The Records Management Association of Australia (RMAA) has decided to retain the long-standing reference to “records” in its new title, after negative reaction to its announced decision to change its name to the Informational Management Professionals Australia.

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) announced the top technology innovators for the year at a gala dinner held in Melbourne to celebrate the 2010 iAwards.

Australia's Commonwealth Bank is home to the modern corporate banker, with a SharePoint-powered intranet providing the power for staff to work with iPad in hand, updating a blog while simultaneously checking email and preparing a presentation for the first of many meetings that day.


IT professionals are using personal email accounts to mask file transfer activity from management, according to a study released by Ipswitch, a managed file transfer company.

Australian record-keeping expert Barbara Reed sorts through the standards that apply and explains why they matter.

Zumbox has announced the availability of the second generation of its Zumbox paperless postal system and a key agreement a business process outsourcing (BPO) company in the US that could revolutionise mass mailouts from government and financial institutions.

The NSW Land Property Management Authority (LPMA) is using AvePoint’s DocAve Storage Optimisation Suite to help deploy SharePoint to more than 1900 employees distributed among 90 locations throughout New South Wales.

Symantec has released the findings of its 2010 Information Management Health Check Survey, which highlight a majority of enterprises are not following their own advice when it comes to information management.

The Queensland Centre for Medical Genomics (QCMG) at the University of Queensland has selected SGI LiveArc storage solution to increase its ability to store, manage and process human cancer genome sequence data. This project will contribute to mapping the genetic changes that lead to cancer, providing better understanding of such cancers and potentially helping to combat the disease.

The State Library of Victoria has acquired 10 new high resolution ScanPro 2000 microfilm scanners, bringing history to life in the digital era.