Enterprise Applications

The use of Basic Authentication over the internet is as old as the basic standard for the world wide web. Its use was outlined in May 1996 as part of the standard for version 1.0 of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol.

A survey of 500 cybersecurity leaders from the US, UK, and Australia who have deployed Microsoft 365 in their organisations found 92% were victims of phishing in the past 12 months, and 86% experienced negative consequences as a result.

Appian has announced the latest version of the Appian Platform for process automation. The new release features enhancements in total experience, data fabric, automation, and process mining, underpinned by Appian's low-code design.

Kensho Technologies, a company of S&P Global, has announced its newest Natural Language Processing (NLP) solution, Kensho Classify. Classify derives value from vast amounts of text and documents by making content more discoverable, enabling analysis of text, smart search, content recommendations, and streamlined research and analysis. 

The federal government is pursuing a new cybersecurity agenda in the wake of last year’s major cyber breaches with Optus and Medibank.

Since Microsoft announced it will soon end support for Office 2013, some IT administrators are scrambling to upgrade. Others are not. IT administrators who practise software lifecycle management have already identified, scheduled and implemented necessary upgrades.

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.

Artificial intelligence (AI) research and deployment company OpenAI recently announced the official launch of ChatGPT, a new model for conversational AI. According to OpenAI, the dialogue provided by this platform makes it possible for ChatGPT to “answer follow-up questions, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect premises and reject inappropriate requests.”

​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.

​chatGPT is a remarkable tool, able to provide detailed answers and generate seemingly competent essays, prose and even poetry, legal and medical advice and software code from a simple natural language query. We asked it to solve some of the fundamental challenges of information and records management, which it was happy to do, with some qualifiers from SAM.