Document & Records Management

War of words, bidder statements "riddled with errors" and the offer still too low all add up to a bitter battle between two Australian IT-based companies.

Proving at least in the USA, records management is being taken seriously, three agencies have combined to produce version 1.0 of federal records management protocols.

Google made waves last year through its controversial print library project in to scan the collections of five major US libraries and make them freely available online. Now, just as the din from that controversy is dying down, Microsoft has...

In a salvo of Q1 news EMC 'rebalances' its global workforce, spends US$30-million on Grid-based software and predicts record US$9.5-billion 2005 earnings after a $2.7-billion Q4 revenue rush.

An entire Office suite on a U3 USB stick? That's what U3 brings in the form of Portable OpenOffice and ThinkFree Office suites.

Despite Massachusetts IT soap operas, the North American state government has confirmed that it will be sticking with the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) OpenDocument file format until further notice.

In a majority of 378 to 197, the European Parliament has just made investing in data management an even more sensible option by passing a bill requiring all European ISPs and Telcos to retain all data for two years…

A spate of database releases from Sun, Business Objects, MySQL, Apache shakes up the market as Oracle finally certifies PeopleSoft for Fusion 10g middleware.

Fujitsu and EMC team up with the Public Records Office Victoria (PROV) to provide Australians with the 'Digital Archive' - a secure, web-based portal to more than thousands of documents.

Australian developer and trainer of enterprise software, Object Consulting, has released a major upgrade to its IT project methodology process MeNtOR.