Document & Records Management

Concentric AI, a vendor of intelligent AI-based solutions for autonomous data security posture management, has launched functionality that protects sensitive data shared as text or attachments across popular business messaging platforms, including e-mail, Slack, and Microsoft Teams.

Cloudera has been selected as a strategic data partner and will play a role in the transformation of the Australian Defence Force’s (ADF’s) e-health management system.

OnTask, a workflow automation and eSignature tool, has launched a new API that provides flexibility for developers and companies to seamlessly add eSignature, forms, and automated workflow functionality to any Web site, digital technology, or app.

Kofax has announced the availability of Power PDF 5, the new version adding advanced document conversion using Kofax’s text recognition, fuzzy search, seamless e-signature workflows, and support for the latest industry PDF standards.

Compu-Stor has acquired Queensland-based imaging bureau Avantix, becoming the major shareholder. Duncan Lord will stay on as CEO and shareholder.

Most organizations still consider enterprise architecture primarily as a department that supports technology instead of seeing it as the essential backbone for business development, according to a survey of enterprise architects conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group on behalf of MEGA International. For their part, enterprise architects remain optimistic about the evolution of their job and its relevance in organizations.

Australian law firm Maddocks has selected Morae to migrate the firm’s knowledge and information management system to the iManage Cloud. The project will entail migrating more than 600 users and 27 million documents from the firm’s current on-premise system to iManage’s cloud-based Work 10 platform.

With the rise of unstructured data, a well-thought-out information governance process is necessary for success. However, is Microsoft enough to get the job done, or do you need more? Read on to see if Microsoft 365 is sufficient for you.

Bank of Queensland has paid a penalty of $A133,200 after the ACCC issued it with an infringement notice for allegedly breaching the Consumer Data Right (CDR) Rules by failing to provide a service enabling consumers’ data to be shared.

The Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) has now gone live with Kapish’s secure cloud-based record management system Kapish Content Manager Cloud.

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