Document & Records Management

Adobe has updated the Acrobat Reader app on iOS and Android with a new “Liquid Mode” that automatically reformats text, images, and tables for quick navigation and consumption on small screens. It promises desktops and browsers will follow.

From a home garage to a brand new owner-occupied office building and warehouse in Morningside, Brisbane, Outback Imaging CEO and founder Mike Kirkby has seen it all on his journey to become one of Australia’s leading capture software solutions companies.

Industries such as construction and mining are leading the uptake of Kodak Alaris’ INfuse Smart Connected Scanning Solution in Australia, with the local reseller channel also targetting large scale deployments of the edge scanning model in healthcare, retail and education.

Konica Minolta Australia has expanded its bizhub i-Series range with the launch of two new colour A3 multifunction printers (MFPs). The new bizhub C450i and bizhub C650i are next-generation multifunctional devices designed to empower digital workflows.

Bathurst Regional Council (BRC) in 2018 was a Local Government Authority (LGA) facing a pressing need for technology modernisation.

Swiss cyber security firm GlobeX Data has opened an office in Sydney, Australia in order to service the Australia and New Zealand markets.

Data privacy and governance specialist ActiveNav (formerly known as Active Navigation) has launched what it describes as a new software category: Data Mapping as a Service (“DMaaS”).

Kofax has announced a new release of its Intelligent Automation Platform featuring enhanced AI-powered document intelligence, low code capabilities and simplified integration to third-party software applications.

A specialist in document imaging and eDiscovery solutions, ImageMAKER will now market its Near Duplication Detection as a separate component integrating the dtSearch Engine. dtSearch offers enterprise and developer text retrieval (including the dtSearch Engine) to instantly search terabytes of online and offline data.

A robust cloud segment drove Microsoft’s results for the fourth quarter of its fiscal year 2020 (FY20 Q4). According to the research data analysed and published by, during the period which ended on June 30, 2020, Microsoft had an increase of 30% in commercial cloud revenue.