Enterprise Content Management

According to the data presented by Atlas VPN, only 4 out of the 50 US states have enacted consumer data protection laws. Furthermore, the United States is falling behind third-world countries in establishing privacy laws that would protect its citizens.

Digitech Systems has announced a free technology that automatically sweeps electronic files from network directories, digital desktops, and scanners into the company’s Enterprise Content Management software (ECM), PaperVision Enterprise, and cloud-based content services ImageSilo and PaperVision.com.

ASX listed solution provider Atturra is acquiring OpenText partner Hayes Information Systems and Communications through its subsidiary, Anatas Pty Ltd. Perth-based Hayes is an Information Management consultancy.     

Nasuni Ransomware Protection is a new add-on service to the latest release of the Nasuni File Data Platform that offers in-line ransomware edge detection capabilities for file data.

Cloud EDRMS vendors in Australia have been rushing to obtain IRAP assessments to enhance their attractiveness to the Government Market. Although government agencies must still do their own self-certification, as an IRAP report from a vendor provides just one piece of evidence for that evaluation.

Datadobi has launched StorageMAP, a new solution that provides a single pane of glass for organizations to manage unstructured data across their complete data storage estate. Built upon Datadobi’s vendor-neutral unstructured data mobility engine, the software enables enterprises to visualize, organize, and act on their data in hybrid vendor and cloud environments.

Kyndi has launched its Natural Language Search Solution, designed to maximize the relevancy and speed of finding answers in unstructured, text-based data.

With data growing at an unprecedented rate, comprising 30% or more of the overall IT budget on its storage, now is the time to hunker down on the idea of unstructured data management policy automation.

Micro Focus and Kapish have extended their worldwide Content Manager Cloud agreement to a five-year term. The global tech partnership provides secure cloud capability for Micro Focus’ Content Manager, helping government agencies and regulated organisations safely manage every step of their information flow. 

Australia’s national science agency CSIRO has gone live with a new records management system secured by Kapish, a global leader in secure enterprise information management.  Under the landmark three-year agreement, Kapish is supporting the complex record, regulatory, data and content management needs of CSIRO users in the secure cloud.

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