Enterprise Content Management

The University of New South Wales is migrating its Records & Archives Management System (RAMS) to the Kapish Content Manager Cloud. 

In 2024, data management looks a little different than it has in the past. This is largely because generative AI has brought with it new possibilities. However, as with most new opportunities, it has come with new challenges. Two data security experts to share their thoughts on the most important things every organisation needs to know when it comes to getting your data in order in the age of generative AI. 

Hyland has launched a new intelligent content automation solution called Experience Automate (Hx Automate), one of the first services available through Hyland Experience (Hx), the company’s new cloud-native platform.

Collibra has today announced a set of tools to provide data professionals with the ability to start AI projects with trusted data at their fingertips. Collibra AI Governance promises full visibility and control, while ensuring the use of reliable data, across any tool, for every AI use case.

AustralianSuper, Powerlink Queensland and TAL among the first organisations exploring Microsoft’s Copilot for Security to enhance defence capabilities.

The last couple of years has seen many organisations around the world establishing executive-level Chief Data Officers (CDO).  In making those appointments, perhaps those organisations are realising (finally) that their decades-long preoccupation with technology, at the expense of their data, has left them with significant ‘data-debt’?  And further, that data-debt is having a drag-effect, a negative impact on their plans to join the digital transformation wave sweeping the planet.

IDC's latest Worldwide AI and Generative AI Spending Guide reveals that the Asia/Pacific region is witnessing an unprecedented surge in Generative AI (GenAI) adoption, including software, services, and hardware for AI-centric systems.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has sounded the alarm on the escalating threat of cyberattacks to global financial stability. The IMF's warning comes amidst a surge in cyber incidents, more than doubling since the onset of the pandemic, with dire implications for the financial sector.

An international team of researchers have compiled what they claim is the first ever ‘World Cybercrime Index’, which identifies the globe’s key cybercrime hotspots by ranking the most significant sources of cybercrime at a national level.

Russian state-backed hackers have successfully infiltrated Microsoft’s corporate email system, gaining unauthorized access to sensitive information. The breach, discovered in late November and confirmed by U.S. officials, has far-reaching implications for both cybersecurity and international relations.