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ABBYY’s FlexiCapture 12 has been enhanced with machine learning (ML) technology to improve the accuracy and speed of processing enterprise content.

TAIGER is making its suite of workplace AI solutions available on Azure, specifically Microsoft Marketplace and AppSource, in a global alliance with Microsoft.

Ephesoft has signed a technology collaboration with Automation Anywhere, to combine their document capture and RPA technologies.

The membership of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) has approved version 1.1 of the GeoTIFF Encoding Standard.The GeoTIFF format is used throughout the geospatial and earth science communities to share geographic image data.

Kapish has released goTRIM Pro 3.0, a complete re-write of the existing goTRIM application for mobile users of Micro Focus Content Manager (CM).

Kodak Alaris is launching a new wave of network-connected scanning solutions aimed at tackling the most difficult pain points organizations face when onboarding information into line-of-business applications.

OPEX Corporation has announced the addition of five scanners to the Falcon series of scanners.

A team of German academics have this week alerted the world to new research that they claim demonstrates “severe weaknesses” in PDF encryption.

XMedius  has launched XM Fax 9.0, the latest version of its r Fax over IP (FoIP) software (formally known as XMediusFAX). The new version delivers features designed to further improve the security, scalability and reliability of electronically transmitted data.

The Cognitive Software Group, an Australian research and development company based in Sydney, has released an update to its cognitiveAI Platform, which utilises Semantic computing, NLP and Machine Learning.