Enterprise Applications

In politics, when you have little to show for your achievements, you can release a “roadmap” for what will supposedly be achieved in the future. You can look on the bright side. Use phrases such as “ontology of capabilities”, and disregard a number of crashes, traffic jams, protests and policy detours. This is what we’re seeing with the national government’s Digital Transformation Strategy Update and subsequent planned two-year rolling roadmap, announced last week by Minister for Government Services Stuart Robert.

More than a year on from a rollout of Office365 at Griffith University IDM asked Gabrielle Ingram, Manager Productivity & Information Management, to reflect on the Information Governance challenge. Utilised by staff, students and alumni spanning six campuses in South East Queensland, the E3 edition now supports more than 200,000 Exchange mailboxes, 79,000 OneDrive accounts and 8,000 SharePoint sites including Teams.

As part of a series of new machine learning initiatives at Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon has launched a service called Kendra that uses natural language processing and other machine learning techniques. It aims to unite multiple data silos inside an enterprise and consistently provide high-quality results to common queries instead of a random list of links in response to keyword queries.

Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad, a bank well known for serving Malaysian small and medium enterprises (SMEs), has implemented Ephesoft Transact for intelligent capture automation in their middle-office operations.

​7Park Data, a provider of data transformation software, has announced the launch of its data preparation platform, powered by machine learning models trained for more than seven years on proprietary data sets.

Google, Microsoft, et al continue to perfect their search engines – but too often search is not enough. The watchword today is “discovery” – where you don’t just search for information, but information finds you.

​​​​​​​Indium Software, a niche technology solutions company, has launches its flagship product ‘teX.ai’ — an Ai based Text Analytics suite of solutions to offer data scraping, validation, classification, summarization, clustering, topic modelling and more.

Culture hacks, a growth mindset and lean startup thinking can help your enterprise to execute a powerful vision for digital transformation.

In co-operation with IDM, Information Management Solution Provider Fastman recently conducted a study to look into how companies across Asia-Pacific manage, store and protect their unstructured enterprise information. Organisations in the services, consumer, government, healthcare, financial and technology sectors were surveyed to find out the current trends for managing and securing big data.

Today it costs a fraction of a fraction of a cent per megabyte to store data, but it is less than 30 years since the cost of data storage dropped below one US dollar per megabyte. It seems that one dollar was a psychologically important price point as, from then on, the world economy significantly shifted to capturing, valuing and transacting on information.

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