Document & Records Management

Australians may queue the streets to see the latest shows or films from London, but information managers in the UK will be queuing to see what Australia has to say on document and records management.

Australia was the first nation to be shown the new Tablet PC from Microsoft and hardware partners including Fujitsu, Toshiba and Hewlett-Packard. The device, which was first announced in November 2000 has taken its time to arrive, but could...

Dicom has merged its business units to expand its storage and document capture offerings locally and will open a new office in Brisbane.

Portal vendor Epicentric was acquired last week by content management player Vignette. The portal capabilities of Epicentric will be integrated into the latest V7 version of the Vignette content management application, but market analysts O...

Two records management application vendors slipped under the umbrella of larger players last night and signalled that records management is on the radar of large corporations.

Far from being the answer to improving the efficiency of workflow they were supposed to be, intranets are the “wild west” of the information world where anything gets published and anything can go missing, according to an industry survey. H...

Autonomy has added a new application to its IDOL knowledge management software suite which automatically profiles the expertise of employees.

Cap Gemini Ernst & Young has joined with Documentum, Plumtree Software and Oblix to create an integrated package of technologies for rapid Web application deployment.

An expert from the Record Management Association of Australia (RMAA) has warned that Australian records managers are not ready for terrorist attacks, in the wake of the Bali bomb blasts on the weekend.

New South Wales Police's handling of traffic infringements, parking fines and tickets, will get a boost from a new workflow and imaging technology.