Enterprise Content Management

Newgen’s Contextual Content Services Platform, OmniDocs, is now available in both the Microsoft Azure and AWS Marketplace.

Information systems sprawl is growing, according the annual gobal industry survey undertaken by The Association for Intelligent Information Management (AIIM) in January February 2023 and focused on the intersection of people, processes, and information.

Almost all IT and security leaders (96%) globally are concerned their organisation will be unable to maintain business continuity following a cyberattack, according to a new study released  by Rubrik.

Ground Labs, a provider of critical data discovery solutions, has announced the general availability of Enterprise Recon 2.8, the latest version of its flagship solution. This release enhances support for additional high-scale, high-volume environments on more Microsoft platforms, including Teams and OneNote, and Salesforce Government Cloud.

A new partnership combines multifactor encryption from Atakama with the Panzura File Management System to offer a hybrid multi-cloud data management and protection solution.

​The rise in remote and hybrid working has caused distress, as 77% of Australians are more worried about their personal data now that organisations operate distributed work models. On top of this, 49% of Australians said they’d no longer use or buy from a company they were previously loyal to if it failed to protect or leaked their personal data. IDM asked George Harb, Vice President, ANZ at OpenText, what organisations should be doing to protect data and establish cyber resilience.

Enterprise content management (ECM) applications power business-critical document digital processes.  Organizations can have thousands of users accessing repositories daily to view their most valuable secured digital assets. And with user activity comes endless amounts of doc transactions. Given this context, it’s important to understand what users are doing with the repository content when they use it, and how they use it. 

Australian cybersecurity and network management software company FirstWave Cloud Technology Limited (FirstWave) has released a significant new upgrade to its cybersecurity-as-a-service platform CyberCision.

Even employees at the world's richest companies’ have unbelievably poor password habits, reveals new research by NordPass. Despite cybersecurity experts repeatedly urging businesses to take better care of corporate passwords, the wealthiest companies worldwide still find the world's worst passwords - “123456” and “password” - good enough to secure corporate digital assets.

Armis has enhanced features of its Cybersecurity Asset Attack Surface Management (CAASM) Solution giving security teams’ abilities to overcome asset visibility and exposure challenges. Security teams will be able to improve their overall security position by ensuring security controls, security posture, and asset exposure are understood and remediated.