Document & Records Management

The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has welcomed the Federal Government's 25 percent funding increase for schools, but warned that Australia will continue to lose ground to other nations in the global knowledge economy unless urgent atte...

Virgin Blue has forced itself into flying its planes within one hour of an

The extension to the Sarbanes-Oxley compliance deadline will mean good news for Australian companies looking to partner and merge with US companies because they will have more vision over the financial integrity of these companies.

Necessity proves to be the mother of invention again as one of Australia's foremost construction firms develops an all-encompassing document management system to keep its workers across the globe in the loop at all times.

The son of a former government minister, who was famously embroiled in a scandal when he let another of his offspring illegally use his ministerial phone card, with which $50,000 worth of phone calls were subsequently racked up, has return...

Objective Corporation has come to the aid of the government to help the Australian Government Solicitor keep up its competitive advantage in the legal industry.

Adobe's new Intelligent Document Platform aims to bridge the gap between enterprises and customers by using PDF server-based solutions for companies to transact business, meet regulatory mandates and reduce costs.

Documentum has announced a new partnership with Canon Australia that means Canon will become a reseller for the whole suite of Documentum products.

Sarbanes-Oxley requires a new standard of record keeping

Or will it? Not according to Microsoft, which insists the Information Rights Management function of Office 2003 will not result in emails and other documents vanishing into thin air.