Enterprise Content Management

Kyndi has launched its Natural Language Search Solution, designed to maximize the relevancy and speed of finding answers in unstructured, text-based data.

With data growing at an unprecedented rate, comprising 30% or more of the overall IT budget on its storage, now is the time to hunker down on the idea of unstructured data management policy automation.

Micro Focus and Kapish have extended their worldwide Content Manager Cloud agreement to a five-year term. The global tech partnership provides secure cloud capability for Micro Focus’ Content Manager, helping government agencies and regulated organisations safely manage every step of their information flow. 

Australia’s national science agency CSIRO has gone live with a new records management system secured by Kapish, a global leader in secure enterprise information management.  Under the landmark three-year agreement, Kapish is supporting the complex record, regulatory, data and content management needs of CSIRO users in the secure cloud.

Aparavi has announced a new release of its data intelligence platform. Aparavi 2.0 provides enterprises with visibility and control over their unstructured datasets, removing the need for additional layers of technology and bureaucracy many organizations currently implement.

The LTO Program Technology Provider Companies (TPCs), Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM and Quantum Corporation, have released their annual tape media shipment report, detailing year-over-year shipments through the fourth quarter of 2021. The report reveals 148 Exabytes1 (EB) of total tape capacity (compressed) shipped in 2021.

Box, Inc. has unveiled a new Box App Center, a destination for users, admins, and developers to discover and access the more than 1500 applications that integrate with Box. Additional updates to Box Sign include native e-signature capability, a deepened integration with Zoom, and new capabilities for Box Shield, its advanced security solution for protecting content in the cloud.

In the last couple of years, I have seen a move away from companies implementing data governance because they are in an industry where their regulator requires it, to organizations starting data governance purely because of the benefits they can achieve. That also includes companies looking to extend what they had put in place to meet regulatory requirements across more of their organization.

MSIG Singapore and MSIG Malaysia have implemented OpenText information management solutions to empower modern work, enhance omni-channel customer experiences, and drive operational efficiencies.

The road to the cloud follows two common paths: via economical first-party migration tools from public cloud providers or third-party solutions from specialist vendors.

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