Spending by Australian organisations on business process management (BPM) software is forecast to reach A$82.9 million in 2016, an increase of 2.5 percent over last year. In New Zealand, organisations are expected to spend NZ$6.9 million on BPM software in 2016, up 5.5 percent over last year.

A friend (who is the CEO of a Fortune 100 company) jokingly commented that “it is impossible to measure the performance of information management professionals without having a deep sense of compassion and sympathy”.

A majority of companies don't have the technology in place to keep employees from sharing confidential documents, according to a new survey titled, Risky Business: How Company Insiders Put High Value Information at Risk.

Your data is for sale. It’s something we’ve all known for a while now but $US26.2 billion later the conversation has been reignited, if not a bit buried, in the story of Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn.

The Australian Medical Association (AMA) is calling for a moratorium on changes that will penalise general practices thousands of dollars if they do not upload patient health summaries to the My Health Record system, with less than a quarter of practices indicating they will be able to comply with new rules introduced earlier this year to the Practice Incentives Program (PIP).