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Lava Systems Australia has released Lava 4.4, the latest version of its compound document management application.

Lava Systems has announced its certification by SAP AG.

The first 5.2 gigabyte magneto optical disk drives are expected to be released by the end of this year or in early 1998.

The Imaging Centre has introduced a conversion solution starter system for low-end users.

Hewlett-Packard has introduced a new colour/greyscale desktop flatbed scanner for business and home users.

Eighty per cent of software projects are late, over budget, or abandoned due to poor software configuration management.

AIIM International president and keynote speaker John Mancini delivered what he saw as Top 10 Tips for "Demise of a User".

Agenda of the first AIIM meeting for 1997.

Thousands of historically significant war stories have been preserved using HPA's source document microfilming services.

Mitsui Computer, distributor for Cornerstone Imaging, has announced three new colour monitors both 20 and 21 inch sizes.