Document & Records Management

Peter Gordon will continue the fight to prove that British American Tobacco destroyed documents to prevent the company from being sued in court by smokers suffering from cancer.

The managing director of Imperial Tobacco Australia, Nick Cannar has been summoned by the US Justice Department to answer allegations that he perverted the course of justice by allegedly destroying documents when he worked as legal counsel ...

The precedent-setting case of British American Tobacco versus cancer victim Rolah Ann McCabe is to be re-tried; after the Court of Appeal in Melbourne today overturned Justice Geoffrey Eames' judgement against British American Tobacco (BAT).

One of the most powerful men in the USA, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Robert Mueller will be using an Australian records management application. TRIM Context from Tower Software has been selected for a small licence deal,...

Scientists in America have stored images on a molecule in an experiment that could revolutionise the way images and data are stored. An image of 1000 bites was stored on the atoms of a single molecule, the scientists reported to New Scientist.

The rush for market share in Asia continued today as knowledge management vendor Open Text announced that it has signed a deal with CDC Software, a large player in the Chinese market.

Disposal schedules within an organisation can now be maintained off-line by using a new module developed by Australian company This to That.

Technology integrator EDS has signed a global alliance with Xerox, adding to the successful relationship it has with Tower Software.

Health information provider, IBA Health expects to break even this financial year, benefiting from a boom in electronic health record (EHR) systems, according to company officials.

The privacy amnesty covering small business comes to an end on December 21, 2002. Small businesses across the country were given an extra year to comply with Privacy Act.