Enterprise Content Management

Government workers are being overwhelmed by a mass of daily data, according to a new survey of the US public sector conducted jointly by Xerox and Harris Interactive.

IBM Australia has announced a three-day event dedicated to the company's enterprise content management (ECM) technologies, to be held in Sydney from 10-12 March 2009.

Australian Enterprise Content Management (ECM) specialist Objective Corporation has announced that the biotechnology firm Nanosonics Limited has implemented its ECM solution.

At its FASTforward’09 conference in Las Vegas this week Microsoft’s newly acquired FAST subsidiary laid out a two-pronged development strategy for its enterprise search assets – one aimed at Internet businesses and the other at business pr...

IBM has unveiled what it is calling the “building blocks for 21st century infrastructure”, which takes the form of new products and services to help its clients build dynamic infrastructure that it claims will bring more intelligence, auto...

DocuLex has announced the release of Archive Studio, a new software as a service (SaaS) solution for online content management which it says provides remote document access, permissions, printing and distribution in a secure document warehouse.

Brisbane Internet-based software design company, Zac-Ware is launching a new enterprise grade content management system for Joomla Web developers.

TechnologyOne will lay out an aggressive challenge for market share in Enterprise Content Management (ECM)at its biennial user conference, Evolve 2009, being held in Brisbane from February 24-27.

Objective's Enterprise Content Management solution has been implemented by Environment Bay of Plenty, one of New Zealand’s 13 regional councils.

The challenges of managing and synchronising multiple Web sites worldwide is a major focus of the latest release of Open Text Web Solutions.