Enterprise Content Management

A new study shows that that shows organisations are failing to address the issue of insider threats during a time when the risk is at its greatest.

Eight years into a state-wide rollout of an electronic Medical Record (eMR), a comprehensive assessment of Queensland Health’s digital maturity has found that it suffers from a lack of data integration and also that disconnected systems and devices are interrupting workflow and increasing time for staff to complete tasks. It also found a lack of digitisation and reliance on manual data collection and extraction.

Hyland has launched new releases across its product portfolio to deliver improved automation, user experience and platform scalability.

DryvIQ (formerly SkySync) has announced the launch of its next-generation AI-powered platform to enable organizations to safeguard enterprise-wide content while reducing exposure and corporate risk.

Many organisations are facing challenges in setting metadata and applying properties to content stored in SharePoint. At Prometix we experienced this issue recently when delivering a large document management rollout project.

An odd list to be grouped together, but probably anyone reading this article has an interest in all these items, whether that’s good or not. Before we dive a little deeper into the main article, let’s see if we can make any eliminations to get to our target topic. 

AvePoint has announced enhancements to Cloud Records, its SaaS platform designed to help organizations improve information lifecycle management and ensure data resilience and compliance.

Newgen Software, a global provider of low code digital transformation platform, has now integrated with Microsoft Azure Applied AI Services for enhanced automation, and support for Azure Form Recognizer for intelligent document processing.

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) email encryption security company Trustifi is expanding its global footprint throughout New Zealand and Australia, signing MSP and security specialists Secure Right, located in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. Secure Right offers specialized, best practice cybersecurity products and services to business organizations in both of the above-mentioned countries.

Objective Corporation has signed a definitive agreement to purchase Atlanta-based Simflofy, a developer of technology designed to tame the data sprawl prevalent in today’s organisations, by connecting myriad business systems, content management repositories and file stores so that users can find information wherever it is held. Simflofy offers management of records-in-place, federated search, or e-discovery, across its connected systems.