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A decision of the NSW Court of Appeal sets a potentially dangerous precedent in the context of the effective use of electronic signatures to facilitate transactions, according to a review by HopgoodGanim Partner Paul Cullen, head of the law firm’s Banking and Finance practice

The 2014 compromise of a half billion user records at Yahoo! by a state-sponsored actor is shocking but not surprising.

The Northern Territory Department of Health has signed a $525k contract with Alcidion Group to utilise the company’s technology across the Royal Darwin and Alice Springs Hospitals. The Department employs 6,323 staff and manages five public hospitals, and is presently constructing the new Palmerston Regional Hospital, the Northern Territory’s most technologically advanced facility.

OCR is often used to obtain text from image-only files for use in classifying them. However, there are several limitations of OCR that can result in inaccurate or missing text which makes text-based classification difficult or impossible:

Iron Mountain has announced the results of a recent research survey* that reveals the risks associated with licensing critical software applications, and why procurement professionals and IT asset managers must take protections to safeguard the software that is at the heart of their business operations.

Nintex Workflow Cloud, the company's next generation platform that allows business and IT users to easily build, deploy, manage, and modify digital workflows across any ecosystem, is in Advance Preview. The company has also introduced Nintex App Studio for building custom mobile process applications with clicks instead of code, available for iOS, Android, or Windows devices.

Queensland’s third largest seaport, Port of Townsville, has implemented TechnologyOne’s Enterprise Content Management solution (ECM), strengthening its existing strategic partnership.

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) has released a position paper calling for all healthcare services and government agencies that communicate patient information with general practices to eliminate paper forms and faxes within the next three years and to replace then with highly secure digital communications.

Does OpenText’s $US1.62B acquisition of Dell EMC's enterprise content division, including Documentum, represent a defining point in the middlegame for enterprise content management (ECM) or the beginning of the endgame? Analysts and competitors have been vocal in their widely varying interpretations.