Document & Records Management

US firm DryvIQ has secured a patent for its artificial intelligence-driven (A.I.) data classification and protection technology.

With the increasing volume of documents and data in modern business, managing and organizing them can be a daunting and time-consuming task., is an AI-powered document management platform designed to cut back on the hours employees spend on administrative tasks, such as looking for critical information within document review processes.

Chrome Consulting, a leading provider of SAP ECM Consulting Services, has announced a new reseller partnership to offer EncompaaS, an intelligent information governance solution.

AYR, a company specializing in Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) and Intelligent Automation, has announced the launch of the 3.0 version of its patent-pending Intelligent Document Simulator (IDS). IDS is claimed to solve two of the most significant challenges in the industry: the scarcity of training data for customer use cases and the ever-evolving formats and layouts of business documents.

Scientists of AI-company Smart Engines have patented a system of efficient localization and identification of documents in images in the U.S. on February 7, 2023.

Spectra Logic has launched a new archive solution for organizations that must manage and preserve massive amounts of data for long-term retention purposes. The new solution, called Spectra Digital Archive, is powered by Spectra StorCycle, an enterprise software designed to easily and cost-effectively archive data at scale.

​Lately we notice a strong proliferation of diverse classification and extraction technology providers that base their service offering solely on Artificial Intelligence (AI). Based on various AI algorithms their claim is to extract all meaningful data from documents without any human intervention.

The joint Australian and New Zealand IT-021 mirror committee on Records and Document Management Systems recommendation to both Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand, the national standards bodies of the respective countries, to adopt PDF/A-4 was recently completed on 23 December 2022.

2022 has been a wake-up call for Australian organisations and the government alike when it comes to data protection. From Optus to Medibank and now Telstra, we’ve seen the frightening impact the leaking of personal data can have on individuals and organisations, and the very real implications to the economy and our safety more broadly. 

Right now, for technological, ethical and political reasons, the world’s archivists are suddenly very busy. Advances in digital imaging and communications are feeding an already intense interest in provenance, authorship and material culture. Two recent discoveries – a woman’s name scratched in the margins of an 8th-century manuscript, and John Milton’s annotations in a copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio held in the Free Library of Philadelphia – are examples of how new tools are revealing new evidence, and how distant scholars are making fascinating connections.