Document & Records Management

Hyland has launched its latest series of product enhancements and solutions, delivering a key new integration for Workday and a variety of other process-focused features – including for its Alfresco platform – that improve user and administrator experiences.

A new survey undertaken by Swinburne University of Technology and Astral Consulting Services has found that Australian businesses and goverment organisations are at risk due to the overwhelming increase in data that organisations create daily.

Digital transformation is still one of the buzz phrases of the IT industry. An umbrella term with so many nuances that it makes it difficult to start a constructive conversation, particularly when it comes to information governance and data protection. Where do you start?

Is harnessing the power of a Data Glossary or Data Catalogue the key to unlocking the true potential of your data endeavours?

The US Internal Revenue Service is unable to locate thousands of microfilm cartridges storing millions of sensitive business and individual tax account records, a new investigation has found.

The use of “off-channel” messaging apps such as iMessage, WhatsApp, and Signal has landed 11 Wall Street firms in hot water, with the industry regulator, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), issuing combined penalties of $US289 million.

Kodak Alaris has announced the formation of a new dedicated Business Solutions organization supporting the company’s goal to accelerate growth within its adjacent intelligent document processing (IDP) offerings, including its IDP software Kodak Info Input Solution, INfuse Smart Connected Scanning Solution from Kodak Alaris, and related professional services.

LiquidText, the reading, note-taking, and document analysis platform, has announced its strategic integration with iManage Work to provide a powerful and seamless workflow.

Legal technology specialist Litera has announced a new generative AI (GenAI) feature in Kira, Litera’s AI-powered contract review and analysis software.

Highly successful technologies, especially those that become part of technical or business infrastructure can ossify, limiting their ability to accommodate and incorporate new technologies. The internet’s TCP (introduced in 1974) and UCP (introduced in 1980) protocols were established decades ago but remain dominant in today’s internet architecture. Over the years a variety of approaches have been deployed to address protocol ossification, but the problem persists.