Document & Records Management

Box, Inc. has announced a new plugin for Microsoft’s next-generation AI workplace tool, Microsoft 365 Copilot. In addition, Box announced updates to its integrations with Microsoft 365 that provide joint customers with enhanced features for sharing, editing, and collaborating within Microsoft Teams as well as Office products including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Egnyte has announced several new AI-powered solutions being natively integrated into the Egnyte content collaboration and governance platform. Egnyte customers will now be able to use the latest generative AI models to find and summarize information contained in their company’s documents and media files, without having to physically move any of their content, which could violate corporate policies and put their data at risk.

Over 1 million Second World War service records have now been digitised as part of a large-scale digitisation effort by the National Archives of Australia. These records are now progressively being made available online free-of-charge.

Australian solution provider UpFlow has obtained the distribution rights for Ephesoft in the Asia Pacific region. Ephesoft, a Kofax company, provides a range of Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) solutions offered in the cloud, hybrid or on-premise.

ASC Technologies has announced its compliance recording solution, Recording Insights, is now available as a transactable application in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, an online store providing applications and services for use on Azure.

A national body to monitor and audit automated decision-making in government has been recommended by the Royal Commission into the Robodebt Scheme. The findings of the Royal Commission, which run to over 1000 pages, include major criticisms of the scheme and 57 recommendations for the government and the public sector.

dtSearch is releasing version 2203.01 and beta version 2023.02 of its enterprise and developer product line for instantly searching terabytes of online and offline data.

It strikes me as paradoxical that businesses feel very secure in using artificial intelligence to let people know, for example, when it is safe to make a lane change at 100 kilometres per hour, yet they are reticent to use the same technology to classify and manage information through its lifecycle. Artificial Intelligence is used almost every minute of every day, in nearly every smart device we own. 

You may think about information management, record-keeping, archival, or something similar. However, as you deep-dive into the subject, you will realize it is much more than that. Records management can be a strategic path toward compliance, efficiency, collaboration, and accountability – if done right.

Ripcord and Oracle have announced a partnership that combines Ripcord's Document Intelligence as a Service (DIaaS) with Oracle ERP products, promising to transform the way companies manage their documents and activate their data.