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Cohesity has announced Cohesity SmartFiles, a software-defined storage solution for a variety of workloads including collaboration and productivity apps, large-scale document management, life sciences and medical research, digital archives, and video and surveillance

Archives New Zealand has announced it will replace the existing collection management and search platform, Archway, with Axiell Collections.

​​​​​​​Indium Software, a niche technology solutions company, has launches its flagship product ‘teX.ai’ — an Ai based Text Analytics suite of solutions to offer data scraping, validation, classification, summarization, clustering, topic modelling and more.

Automation Anywhere has announced updates to IQ Bot, RPA-integrated Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) solution that runs in the cloud or on-premise.

Although the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) envisages the 20121 Census will be predominantly digital, it is seeking submissions for the provision of Data Capture and Recognition Software and/or scanning infrastructure for Paper Forms.

Residential property developer, AVJennings, has signed a five-year deal with TechnologyOne. The move – which forms part of the developer’s digital transformation strategy – will see a knock-down-rebuild of almost all of AVJennings’ major enterprise applications.

M-Files Corporation has unveiled a solution that integrates Salesforce with on-premises repositories and systems like SharePoint. The new integration is based on the M-Files Ground Link technology which provides a secure and easy way to connect cloud-based systems and repositories with on-premises documents and data.

Open Text has announced a deal to acquire Carbonite Inc., a provider of data-protection services, for about $US1.4 billion.

SaaS e-invoicing solution provider Storecove, based in The Netherlands, has established its Asia-Pacific presence with the successful acquisition of Squirrel Street’s e-invoicing business. Initially based in Australia, the company plans to set up Singapore as its Asia-Pacific centre of operations.

Titus has announced Titus Accelerator for Privacy to reduce financial and legal risk exposure by automatically identifying personal data and applying protection. It examines emails and files at the point of creation and solution takes advantage of machine learning to deliver a faster, more direct path to data privacy and compliance.

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