Enterprise Applications

Data integration developer Fivetran has released results of a global survey that shows that although 87 percent of organizations consider artificial intelligence (AI) vital to their business survival, 86 percent say they would struggle to fully trust AI to make all business decisions without human intervention. Ninety percent of respondents report their organizations continue to rely on manual data processes.

In order to adopt cloud IaaS and PaaS successfully (and arguably, to adopt SaaS optimally), an organization needs skills. Most of all, it needs technical skills for the whole application lifecycle in the cloud — the ability to architect applications (and their underlying stacks) for the cloud, develop for the cloud, secure the cloud, run and manage and govern the cloud environments and the applications in those environments. The more cloud-natively you can do these things, the better.

There’s so much more to the word “content” than how we use it in the technology and knowledge management (KM) fields. In the corporate world, content refers to documents, news sites, and customer conversations in multiple media and social network discussions. That’s content as a noun. But content is also an adjective, as in “are you content with your meal?” And con- tent is a verb, as in “to content yourself with your meal.”

Several customers have asked us how they can change the way they manage records using Content Manager to get a better return on their investment. They tell us that they no longer want their Content Manager system to be the single source of truth. Why? Because staff are required to understand how and when to use Content Manager. That is, Content Manager is enforcing a centralised repository model, which means staff need to take extra steps in capturing, managing or searching for records – something they would rather avoid.

Salesforce has announced that MuleSoft completed the Information Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) assessment, providing government users with compliance with IRAP assessment guidelines to PROTECTED.

CyberRes, a Micro Focus line of business, has announced a new version of Voltage File Analysis Suite (FAS), a cloud platform that combines data discovery and data protection. Among the new features in Voltage FAS is SmartScan, a tool for intelligent sampling and dynamic tagging for petabyte scale data discovery, enabling data analysts to find the areas of higher data risk faster. 

John Garratt is federal government director at Micro Focus.  Recently he met with IDM to discuss how Micro Focus is helping Australian government organisations pursue digital transformation strategies.

Newgen Software has announced the launch of an all-new integrated Robotic Process Automation (RPA) offering for its Digital Transformation Platform, NewgenONE.

In a recent commissioned research study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Digital Workforce, findings show that F&A teams are hindered by their failure to adopt automation for strategic success. The study reveals that although many businesses have invested in RPA (Robotic Process Automation), their efforts have not gone far enough to truly digitally transform their F&A processes.

Accusoft, a software development company specializing in content processing, conversion, and automation solutions, has announced the acquisition of Snowbound, a leader in document viewing and conversion SDK solutions. In the largest acquisition in its 30-year history, the transaction will significantly expand Accusoft's presence and product portfolio.

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