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A cloud-first strategy for ECM and enterprise apps is paying dividends for Noosa Council.

Can you defend your decision to delete data your organization no longer requires? That’s a critical question that every organization must address at some point.

Australia's cultural institutions risk losing their relevance if they don't increase their use of digital technologies and services, according to new research from the CSIRO.

A majority of enterprises are failing their knowledge workers, with only 11 per cent having an enterprise search capability, according to new research by the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM).

Cloud solution provider Aconex has been chosen by Southern Cross Care (SA & NT), a leading healthcare provider in South Australia, to support the design, building and handover of two major projects for the Mount Barker and Myrtle Bank areas.

The NSW Justice Health & Forensic Mental Health Network (JH&FMHN) has gone live with the Orion Health EMR (electronic medical record) Suite to support the organisation goal to deliver complete electronic medical records across the New South Wales public health system. 

The Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) has implemented a technology refresh using Microsoft SharePoint 2013, CRM Online and Microsoft Azure to serve its membership of all 77 local governments in Queensland.

Information Architecture (IA) is the structural framework underpinning your document and content management system. And just like the scaffolding to your house, it’s imperative to get those bolts tightened and the cross-beams in place before you go slapping on the wall paint. It’s not as simple as drawing up a framework and assuming all will follow. It takes time, effort and consultation to make sure your building doesn’t lean like the Tower of Pisa.

Earlier this year, an investigation undertaken by the Office of the Information Commissioner (OAIC) found that the Pound Road Medical Centre did not take reasonable steps to destroy or permanently de-identify personal information when it stored patient health records in a garden shed during renovations. The shed was subsequently broken into and the sensitive data was compromised, the majority of which was at least 11 years old and related to approximately 960 people who ceased to be active patients.