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DocsCorp’s document comparison software, compareDocs, has undergone a major upgrade that includes two new comparison workflows; Compare Selected Text and Compare from Clipboard. The latest version (4.3 U2) is now available.

Trintech, a global provider of cloud-based Record to Report (R2R) software solutions for the office of finance, is holding a Finance Transformation Breakfast Networking event at the EY Offices in Sydney on Wednesday, 21st February 2018.

Let’s start with a few questions regarding digital output: Q1:  Does your document scanning platform provide digital output that is ready to connect to business workflows and records and document management systems?

Thomas H. Lee Partners, a US private equity firm investing in middle market growth companies, will acquire Alfresco Software, a leading enterprise open-source provider of process automation, content management, and information governance software.

Alaris, a Kodak Alaris business, has received the Buyers Lab (BLI), 2018 Scanner Line of the Year award after a rigorous two-month laboratory evaluation.

ElcomSoft has released a major update to Elcomsoft Forensic Disk Decryptor, a forensic tool for extracting information from encrypted disk volumes. The new release makes the toolkit a fully integrated, all-in-one solution for accessing encrypted FileVault 2, PGP, BitLocker and TrueCrypt volumes.

M-Files Corporation has announced a partnership with FileFacets, a data discovery and enterprise analytics company that also develops data connectivity and migration technology.

Microsoft has revealed that Office 2019, due out later this year, will only run on Windows 10, so you will need to upgrade Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 machines.

Redman Solutions has announced a partnership with US-based local government website design and hosting specialists, CivicPlus.

Preston Abbey, a US developer of solutions for the secure transmission of confidential and sensitive documents, has introduced the  PA-CFT (Classified File Transfer), enabling government and defence agencies to transfer any classified files, including documents, photos, videos and maps, with the security of Secure Telephone Equipment (STE).