Business Process & Workflow

Alaris, a Kodak Alaris business, has unveiled its next generation of information capture solutions. The Alaris E1000 Series Scanners are the latest addition to the IN2 family of document scanners, imaging software and services.

A new platform to make OCR and machine learning more accessible for business users implementing robotic process automation (RPA) and business process automation (BPA) has been launched by ABBYY. Known as ABBYY Vantage, the platform adds the ability to configure text recognition, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) from within the RPA tools that are used to configure software robots

Russ Hubbard is Chief Revenue Officer at Ephesoft, the enterprise content capture and data solution provider. At the opening of Ephesoft's new ANZ HQ in central Sydney's Martin Place, IDM sat down with Russ to learn more about the company's local operations and global strategy.

ABBYY has just announced its 2018 financial results, which featured 15% revenue growth worldwide, including a remarkable 34% surge in the ANZ region. The past 12 months has also seen ABBYY doubling its headcount in ANZ to meet local demand. IDM asked Henry Patishman, Director of Sales (Australasia) at ABBYY, to explain the factors at play.

Leading international law firm Clifford Chance has announced its move to replace SharePoint with iManage Work 10 for document, email management and collaboration for its 6,000 global users.

The Digital Transformation Agency is inviting Australian local, state, territory, and federal government agencies to access a free trial of a notifications platform it has developed called Notify.gov.au.

Microsoft has announced Autodesk AutoCAD integration in OneDrive and SharePoint, allowing the opening and editing of DWG files in the AutoCAD desktop application, the AutoCAD mobile app, and the new AutoCAD web app.

The Australian Digital Health Agency has announced it will provide $A30,000 to software vendors to integrate new standards into their existing clinical information and secure messaging systems, as part of the push to eliminate paper-based messaging in healthcare.

On February 25, 2019, researchers from Ruhr University Bochum  and Hackmanit GmbH published pdf-insecurity.org, a detailed explanation of several vulnerabilities they had identified in PDF viewers and online validation services relevant to signature validation in digitally-signed PDF documents. The vulnerabilities are pertinent only to such digitally-signed documents, and not to PDF in general.

Technology in the communications space has evolved and there are now so many more choices now than there were 10 years ago. Platforms have also become more affordable compared to the expensive systems of yesteryears. In addition, the need to mainintain on-premise infrastructure for collaboration tools has reduced or is non-existent in many companies. Workplaces are moving at a rapid pace in the modern day, bringing with it the need for the workforce to adapt to that pace quicker than ever.

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