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To help people understand the flood of data being published about the current COVID-19 Pandemic, Aristotle Cloud Services Australia has created a metadata-driven dashboard that shows definitions, business glossary and data lineage directly alongside the data. The metadata-driven COVID-19 Dashboard is also the first project of Aristotle Labs - a site where we can explore and experiment with new ways metadata can be used to improve how people understand and interact with data.

We are experiencing the biggest remote work experiment in history – but many are beginning to imagine life after lockdown. Amid unprecedented global job losses, concerns about transport infrastructure and the continuing need for workplace social distancing, governments are launching back-to-work plans. Meanwhile, the latest US research reveals that 74% of businesses want some workers to permanently work remotely and business leaders are actively shedding.

The Australian government’s COVIDSafe app has been up and running for almost a fortnight, with more than five million downloads. Unfortunately, since its release many users – particularly those with iPhones – have been in the dark about how well the app works.

While unstructured data accounts for 75% of enterprise data, it often goes unanalysed. Here's how to get it ready for AI.

Over 200 partners joined Kodak Alaris at its first virtual Partner Summit last month. The global information capture specialist had planned on holding its annual partner conference for the EMEA region in Vienna from April 21 – 23, but in light of the current COVID-19 crisis, decided to make it a virtual event. Similar events are scheduled for the United States & Canada, Asia Pacific, and Latin America regions in May and June.

A focus on the burgeoning market for Intelligent Applications that incorporate Smart Distributed Document Capture is promising a bright future for Kodak Alaris, according to Leonel Da Costa, Managing Director, Asia Pacific Region, Alaris, a Kodak Alaris business.

Only 51 per cent of technology professionals and leaders are highly confident that their cybersecurity teams are ready to detect and respond to the rising cybersecurity attacks during COVID-19, according to new research by global association ISACA. Additionally, only 59 per cent say their cybersecurity team has the necessary tools and resources at home to perform their job effectively.

Retail banks in Poland have begun providing customers with notifications of commissions and fees changes on blockchain via a new document management product offered by the Polish Credit Bureau (BIK, or Biuro Informacji Kredytowej in Polish).

A major project to digitise a massive archive of HR records for a large Victorian government customer has exploited the AI and next-generation OPEX scanning capabilities at imaging bureau Advance Record Management, headquartered in Geelong.

A lengthy ongoing program of digital transformation at Sydney’s Georges River Council delivered dividends when the COVID-19 crisis hit in March 2020.

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