Document & Records Management

Document storage guidelines are now available from the National Archives of Australia to compliment the storage standard announced in September 2001.

The humble librarian risks budget cuts and redundancy, unless they embrace the Internet and overcome the spinster image, warns an information management expert.

2002 was the year of records management news. From the collapse of Enron and Andersen, to the precedent setting court cases against tobacco companies in Australia, never before has a year had so many high profile news stories related to rec...

Objective has certainly kicked-off well in New Zealand with its first ever implementation being Archives New Zealand. The highly important government organisation has chosen the Australian records and document management application to mana...

David Thompson has joined AXS-One has its new Vice President for the Asia Pacific region, leaving imaging and document management providers IXOS.

New Zealand's document management specialists Datamail has agreed to become the New Zealand reseller for Web based self service systems from RightNow Technologies.

German document management solution IXOS eCONserver now supports the Microsoft SharePoint 2.0, adding to the connectivity IXOS offer to SAP, Lotus and Siebel systems.

The latest version of RecFind from GMB Support will be available early in the New Year. Version 5.0 was to be an upgrade, but GMB claim they have added so many new features to the application that it has warranted its own label.

A report by the Aberdeen Group states that the business process management software market will boom over the next three years and British company Staffware, a leading player in the Australian market, will head the pack.

The information security levels of Australia's public and private sectors will go under the microscope next year as a result of a National Challenge launched in Sydney today.