Enterprise Content Management

The federal government has delivered a formal response to the Government 2.0 Taskforce it commissioned in 2009, offering qualified approval for a series of 12 recommendations but failing to offer a roadmap for reform.

Port Kembla Port Corporation has selected Objective Corporation to provide its content, collaboration and process management solution to support business growth and knowledge management.

Business Process Manager Kylie Grant says paperless processing is delivering dividends in Sydney for HLB Mann Judd, one of Australia’s leading accounting firms.

Gayan Peiris previews the new and improved capabilities of SharePoint 2010, and evaluates why should you look at upgrading from MOSS 2007. 

Whether you have already implemented Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 or you are considering SharePoint 2010, the easiest way to get the most out of this highly flexible and comprehensive platform is by networking with others, listening to experts and being taken through successful customer implementations. That’s what is being delivered at the Australia SharePoint Conference 2010 to be held between 16th and 17th June at the Sydney Hilton.

Axceler's administration software for Microsoft SharePoint now manages more components, with the launch of release 3.8 of ControlPoint.

Top-10 New Zealand law firm Duncan Cotterill has implemented Recommind's MindServer Search to provide a single search platform across its five offices in New Zealand and Australia.

Australian health IT specialist iSOFT has signed two deals in the UK totaling A$8 million for a hospital system and an e-commerce and logistics hosting application.

x:Point is a new component content management system specifically designed for Microsoft SharePoint users. Developer Suite Solutions has optimised the product to support DITA and modular documentation and to work with XMetaL Author Enterprise for Microsoft SharePoint from JustSystems.

Accusoft Pegasus has announced development of a new iPhone web app for ECM document viewing built with its ImageGear software development kit (SDK).

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