How three very different Australian organisations have adapted SharePoint for important initiatives in gaming, infrastructure and e-government.

Eddie Sheehy examines the fundamentals of ediscovery, why sorting and locating electronic evidence is fast becoming a core business need.

During 2009 there have been some decisions of note in the Australian courts in the electronic discovery area. David McGrath reviews some of those cases and highlights the trends.

SharePoint is providing a united Enterprise Content Management platform for schools in the Brisbane Catholic Education system.

Allison Stanfield looks at the many challenges in preparing electronic documents to present to a court that will be accepted as evidence.

More than 8 million beta downloads later, Windows 7 has finally arrived, but is it the next step in the evolution of enterprise computing? We asked Australian CIOs and IT managers for an honest assessment.

The Salvation Army Eastern Territory is now getting great efficiencies from an Accounts Payable automation platform established to centralise the processing of over 17,000 invoices a month.

Centrelink has announced the first phase of a push to digitise paper-based forms across its Australian network of 316 city and regional offices.

A new Web site for Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd joins a wave of Government 2.0 initiatives to launch on the open source Drupal platform.

South Australia’s Department of Environment & Heritage (DEH) has implemented a customised document scanning system that eliminates the need to rekey information in paper records for accounts payable and receivable and allows staff to search through individual records for information and reporting purposes.