Enterprise Content Management

The Department of Finance has awarded a $250K contract to solutions provider iCognition to transition its on-premise Content Manager system to the iCognition cloud platform. iCognition won the Software as a Service (SaaS) open tender and will implement the solution over 2024-25.

Kodak Alaris has announced a strategic partnership with digital transformation specialist ELO Digital Office AU/NZ. Working together, the two companies have built a scan-on-demand solution that intelligently captures data, securely stores documents, streamlines workflows, enhances collaboration, and ensures compliance with government and industry requirements.

The average number of content systems within organizations has increased in the last ten years from three to almost five. More than 14% of organizations now handle over seven content management systems. With more data and information across more systems than ever, content management has become more challenging. This is how Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) came into the picture. It was set up in 2010 to create an open standard that enables different content management systems to work with each other over the Internet.

Duco, the developer of an enterprise platform for data automation, has announced the launch of its end-to-end reconciliation capability for unstructured data.

Elastic, the Search AI Company, has announced Playground, a low-code interface that enables developers to build RAG applications using Elasticsearch in minutes.

IDology has published its 2024 Global Fraud Report, confirming increasing concerns about the impact of generative AI on fraud. With rapid advancements in AI, businesses expressed heightened concerns about the evolution of familiar types of fraud - such as synthetic identity fraud (SIF) and phishing - fuelled by generative AI.

Gimmal has announced the launch of new Microsoft Purview Sensitivity Labels solution to extend and enhance sensitive data classification for unstructured data sources, such as network file shares and endpoints.

Australia’s largest private health insurer was aware of “serious deficiencies in its cybersecurity and information security framework” a full two years before the October 2022 data breach that saw a record loss of personal customer information to hackers, the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has alleged in a document filed to the Federal Court

Neither AUSTRAC or Services Australia is well placed to ensure business continuity or disaster recovery in the event of a significant or reportable cyber security incident, according to a new report by the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO).

Anomalo has expanded its platform that monitors the quality of structured data in data warehouses and data lakes to monitor unstructured text.