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Technologists from Future Crunch will open this year’s ISACA Conference Oceania, examining the latest tech trends and discussing new solutions to current challenges facing the industry. The three-day virtual conference taking place 28-30 September 2021 is aimed at cybersecurity, governance and risk professionals in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.

ScannX has added entry-level scanner to its product family, the CZUR ET18 Pro Scanner by ScannX. This powerful overhead scanner combines hardware that is custom-integrated with the ScannX Book ScanCenter software to streamline book scanning to page turning.

Aparavi and GEN3i have announced an alliance to provide companies to locate data that was previously inaccessible, and locate intelligently the right information at low cost.

P3iD Technologies, Inc. has partnered with Kodak Alaris to provide enterprise clients with a secure and easy-to-use document scanning solution. The P3iD DoxaScan Intelligent Data Solution integrates with Kodak Alaris’ cloud based INfuse Smart Connected Scanning Solution to provide enhanced security features including identity and access management, document encryption, blockchain technology and secure disk erase.

FUJIFILM has announced a joint marketing alliance with Tiger Technology to provide a long-term, secure, and scalable storage management solution for the seamless movement of data from a primary storage tier to tape storage.

TCG Process, a leading intelligent document processing (IDP) solution provider with headquarters based in Switzerland, has announced a new, global partnership with global IT consulting firm Wipro.

dtSearch has announced new versions of its enterprise and developer text retrieval product line to instantly search terabytes of online and offline data, spanning multiple folders, emails including attachments and nested attachments, online data and other databases.

OCR Labs has been announced as the first entirely private Australian-based identity provider offering digital identity services to the private sector. 

Steps taken by the Australian Government to reinstate temporary measures that will allow companies to use technology to meet regulatory requirements to hold general meetings, distribute meeting related materials and validly execute documents are positive moves for business and the investing public, says the Law Council of Australia. has announced the release of Contract Intelligence 4.5, an artificial intelligence software that automatically and accurately searches, extracts, classifies and compares key information from agreements, contracts, and other unstructured documents like policies and financial reports. Contract Intelligence uses Natural Language Understanding (NLU) to analyse relevant information from large quantities of documents quickly and with an accuracy that is difficult to achieve at scale with manual labour or with other contract analysis tools.