Enterprise Content Management

In the current data management landscape, enterprises have to deal with diverse and dispersed data at unimaginable volumes. Among this complexity of siloed data and content, valuable business insights and opportunities get lost. 

IDP vendor Codemantra has introduced a new solution known as Calibrai CX-One for addressing pervasive challenges around locked up data and insights within static content, streamlining manual processes, and transforming unstructured digital files.

Accruent, a US provider of workplace and asset management solutions has acquired RedEye, an Australia-based engineering document management company specializing in cloud-native solutions.

Data silos remain a significant issue in the Australian public sector, according to a survey of 425 Australian government workers undertaken by Appian. A majority of government workers reporting that data accessibility was a problem in their workplace.

A new $US11M round of funding for Ask-AI, developer of a generative AI answers and insights solution for enterprises, brings the total to $US20M in funding.

Eighty-seven percent of Australian and New Zealand (ANZ) CIOs and technology executives revealed that cybersecurity will receive their largest increase in technology investment in 2024, as greater regulation and threats expand leadership focus on security, according to Gartner, Inc.’s annual global survey of CIOs and technology executives. This is up from 62% in 2023, and compares to 80% of CIOs globally.

Queensland will implement a mandatory data breach notification scheme, after the passage of the Information Privacy and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2023.

The Bureau of Meteorology has selected Brisbane-based SaaS organisation, RedEye, as the supplier of choice for their new engineering drawing management solution (EDMS).

After lengthy deliberation, the Australian government has released its 2023–2030 Cyber Security Strategy, which aims to make Australia one of the most cyber-secure nations in the world by 2030. It’s a worthy goal, considering Australia was ranked as the fifth-most powerful cyber nation in a 2022 report by Harvard University’s Kennedy School.

In an increasingly data-driven world, organizations are constantly looking for ways to manage their information more effectively. This is where AI comes in, offering an opportunity to transform data into better decision-making tools. But, as a recent survey of IT leaders underscores, that data must be ready for AI - if it’s not accurate, accessible, and secure, organizations won’t get the desired results.