Enterprise Content Management

Over the past 35 years, Melbourne’s Snowdon Developments has grown from a family business building just a few homes in Melbourne’s Western Suburbs, to become one of Victoria’s key home builders, with over 100 staff and more than 1000 residential homes under construction across the state each year.

There’s always a lot of anticipation around the latest release of Content Manager (CM), so solution provider Kapish has taken the opportunity to review CM 9.4 and highlight the key new features.

Verifying that the human factor is the weak link in cybersecurity, new research from Proofpoint indicates that 99% of cyber attacks require an action like a click or download from the victim to be successful.

Square 9 Softworks, a developer of process automation solutions, has announced the latest release of its Enterprise Content Management software, GlobalSearch 5.0.

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has released its Q2 statistics on notifications received under the Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) scheme. The 245 breach notifications in Q2 are on par with each other quarter since the scheme was introduced in July 2018.

TechnologyOne has signed a new multi-year, $A1.2 million agreement with Queensland’s Fraser Coast Regional Council, adding to its extensive enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS) footprint within the local government sector.

Australian solutions provide FYB has launched a new Teams2CM connector to enable Content Manager users to upload information to and from Teams, Microsoft’s cloud-based team collaboration software.

After decades of taxonomy design consulting, I’m still amazed that some organizations doubt the value of effective enterprise taxonomy design. Though knowledge and information management technologies, as well as associated search technologies have changed, the core business value and use cases for taxonomy have not.

Enterprise search developer BA Insight has announced availability of AutoClassifier 5.0, which includes Natural Language Processing to automate extracting key information from documents. The information is then used to generate summaries and categorize and tag all of your enterprise information, including images and videos.

Key international Kodak Alaris executives flew into the NSW Hunter Valley last month for the global imaging giant’s first ANZ partner event in over 10 years. There they were joined by the company’s growing roster of dedicated Australian staff as well as Australian and New Zealand BPOs, resellers and system integrators who experienced an intensive two days showcasing the drive towards Digital Transformation in 2020 and beyond.

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