Document & Records Management

The Secured Signing digital signature solution has been updated with a new version featuring a range of enhancements designed to make the signing process smoother and more efficient. These updates benefit users of the We Sign, Form Filler templates, and Remote Online Notarization (RON) platforms.

Intelligent document processing vendor Rossum has announced a new AI engine, Aurora, designed to focus on transactional documents, such as invoices, packing lists, or sales orders.

The perils of legacy technology for government are well known, but in the case of SafeWork NSW they could ultimately lead to a referral to the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), the state’s corruption watchdog.

The risk of outsourcing personal information handling to third parties is highlighted in the latest data breach statistics, released today by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC).

Deep Cognition Inc., has announced a “trainingless” intelligent document processing (IDP) solution it describes as groundbreaking.

St Vincent's Health Australia Private Hospitals has selected MEDITECH’s Expanse platform as its foundation Electronic Medical Record (EMR) to enhance patient care across its internationally network of 10 private hospitals.

Arcitecta claims to have addressed the challenges of transmitting data over low-bandwidth and unreliable network connections with new enhancements to its Mediaflux Livewire offering. With the latest Mediaflux Livewire, customers can securely and reliably transfer massive file volumes at light speed around the globe, fostering collaboration and allowing those in research, life sciences, higher education, media and entertainment, defence and other sectors to focus on their data, not the management of the data.

Adobe has announced AI Assistant in beta, a new generative AI-powered conversational engine in Reader and Acrobat.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer a distant dream; it’s here, and it’s everywhere – from the latest news headlines to our social media feeds and even in our personal and working lives. In fact, a recent global survey found that 54.6% of organizations are actively engaging and experimenting with AI.

The incomplete release of 2003 Cabinet records to the National Archives of Australia by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C), including many related to the Iraq war, was more a ‘stuff up’ rather than a ‘conspiracy’, an investigation has found.

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