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SYDNEY, 28 Nov 2011 - earthwave today announced it has entered in to a multi-year agreement to further secure the information assets at VicSuper - one of Australia's fastest growing super funds with over 250,000 members and 14,000 employers.

Australian organisations are choking on information, and need to step back and reconsider their processes and procedures, according to the company that sponsored a new piece of research.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 08 September 2009 14:28

Objective wins NZ contract with enterprise solution

The New Zealand Government’s department of Building and Housing has contracted ECM vendor, Objective Corporation, to design and implement a solution to manage its information, knowledge and records as an important strategic asset, and to support the growth of its knowledge base and the dissemination of information across the department.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 18 August 2009 16:13

ac3 gets new ISO certification for data centres

The Australian Centre for Advanced Computing and Communications – ac3 – has joined around 6,000 companies worldwide by being been awarded certification for information security under the internationally recognised ISO 27001 standard.

Published in Market
Sunday, 15 March 2009 10:27

Data loss a growing concern says CSC

Responding to what it says is growing market concern over the potential for data loss, CSC, a global provider of technology-enabled solutions and services, has launched a data loss prevention (DLP) service in collaboration with Symantec, to identify, monitor and proactively protect confidential data.
Published in Deals
Monday, 02 March 2009 20:34

Downturn risks demand data governance: Ovum

Economic downturns like the one we’re currently experiencing disrupt the operation of organisations, leading to the wastage of information assets in the downsizing process. And, organisations need to protect their most valuable assets when times are hard, so they are better prepared for the upturn. At least, that’s one of the key conclusions of a research report - Data Governance in a Downturn - released today by Ovum, where they examined the risks and opportunities and practical steps an enterprise should take to address them.
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