Document & Records Management

Sydney-based developer DoxAI has announced the integration of OpenAI’s GPT-4 through Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service into its e-signature AI solution.

UK multinational Ideagen has acquired Australia’s OnePlace Solutions, a developer of solutions to simplify document and records management in Microsoft 365.

Data governance is becoming an increasingly critical aspect of modern businesses as organisations rely more and more on data to drive decision-making and create value. Master data governance automation presents a significant opportunity for organisations to achieve these objectives by automating routine data management tasks and improving data visibility, accessibility, and quality.

In the few months since OpenAI’s ChatGPT language model has roused public attention, there has been enormous interest and speculation about what they can do and how valuable they might become. In the records domain, where practitioners have long been overwhelmed by the exponentially growing volumes of born-digital data that they are expected to manage, these large language models (LLMs) could become a real game changer.  

iCognition has announced the launch of Ingress, its next-generation Content Services Platform designed to transform the way organisations manage and secure content, records and other information. Ingress integrates search, records and information management, security and compliance across multiple repositories including Teams, SharePoint, Exchange, OneDrive and OpenText.

Newgen’s Contextual Content Services Platform, OmniDocs, is now available in both the Microsoft Azure and AWS Marketplace.

Information systems sprawl is growing, according the annual gobal industry survey undertaken by The Association for Intelligent Information Management (AIIM) in January February 2023 and focused on the intersection of people, processes, and information.

​The rise in remote and hybrid working has caused distress, as 77% of Australians are more worried about their personal data now that organisations operate distributed work models. On top of this, 49% of Australians said they’d no longer use or buy from a company they were previously loyal to if it failed to protect or leaked their personal data. IDM asked George Harb, Vice President, ANZ at OpenText, what organisations should be doing to protect data and establish cyber resilience.

Latitude Financial has revealed its recent data breach included much more than individual drivers’ licences and passports for those who have applied for or received credit from the organisation in Australia and New Zealand. It included personal financial data and employment history provided on loan applications.

WebApps is EzeScan’s web-based solution that can be accessed from anywhere, allowing users to capture and process documents with ease. EzeScan’s Data Panel Dashboard (DPD) module provides users with a central area within EzeScan WebApps to have clear visibility of their organisation's data.