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Corrs brings internal iPad app to AppStore
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Vic Human Services stuck with 'ad-hoc' info management
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Gmail, chat archive for e-discovery.
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Acer to offer online document storage
Surprise 'personal cloud' announcement.
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Suncorp targets faxes in document capture pilot
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Autonomy inhales Iron Mountain's 6PB cloud
Autonomy claims 25 petabyte storage cloud.
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Oracle hangs up the gloves on OpenOffice
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Canon blocks copy jobs by keyword
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Microsoft touts its open document credentials
Microsoft has made a number of announcements today designed to boost its standing in the open document standards world.
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Google's glitch in the cloud
Google Docs, a web-based word processor, experienced a glitch that shared documents without permission.
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VicRoads deploys $1.8m document management system
VicRoads has awarded a $1.8 million contract to WindowLogic to implement and support an Open Text eDocs document management system.
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