Information Management stories - Page 2
Lack of access to information affecting Australian productivity
"Organisations are getting more complex with people often spread across many locations and time zones, making it harder for teams to collaborate, share, and learn from each other."
OpenText and Google Cloud expand strategic partnership
The companies announced new partnerships, services and product integrations to help customers move EIM workloads to Google Cloud.
Office workers frustrated by poor information management systems
82% of workers believe poor information management is damaging their productivity in the workplace.
Iron Mountain announces acquisition to expand in APAC
Iron Mountain will gain a number of data centres from the acquisition as it continues to spread throughout Asia Pacific.
McAfee named Leader in Magic Quadrant an eighth time
The company has been once again named as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management.
Iron Mountain affirms commitment to APAC with new acquisition
American information management company Iron Mountain has made clear where in the world it's placing its bets.
Singapore, Aus employees admit to snooping around corporate networks
Employees in Singapore, Australia and across the globe snoop their employer’s networks to seek information they are not permitted to access.
Equinix talks how to handle the subsea cable building boom
It took the world a couple decades to reach a zettabyte in annual traffic, but Cisco projects we’ll more than double that by 2020.
Writer Information expands business process services in India with new facility
The facility has a capacity of 120 seats and the company plans to expand operations across other states in India.
Information should be treated as an asset. It’s a simple mantra that any reseller can chant to any level of the business.