03/03/2006 Microsoft asks for documents PDF Print E-mail
Microsoft has asked US federal courts to force IBM, Sun Microsystems, Oracle and Novell to hand over documents relating to its fight against European Commission sanctions.
Microsoft is facing fines of up to 2m euros ($2.4m; £1.4m) a day if found to be dragging its heels over a 2004 EU court ruling.
07/03/2006 Google to provide on-line storage? PDF Print E-mail
Google is preparing to offer online storage to Web users.  The storage would create a mirror image of data stored on consumer hard drives.

Company documents that were mistakenly released on the internet substantiate the previously rumored GDrive an online storage service .  The news surfaced after a blogger discovered apparent notes in a slide presentation by Google executives.

The notes were published on Google's site after its analysts presentation day last week.

24/02/2006 Records being reclassified in US PDF Print E-mail
A report issued by Mathew M Aid claims that  the CIA, the Defense Department, and the Department of Justice, amongst others—have reclassified some 9,500 documents, many of them dating from the Korean War and early Cold War eras.

Aid discovered the program in December when he noticed that dozens of documents that he had examined at NARA’s College Park, Maryland, facility years ago have been withdrawn, even some published previously in the State Department’s historical series, Foreign Relations of the United States.

“The stuff they pulled should never have been removed,” Aid said in the February 21 New York Times. “Some of it is mundane, and some of it is outright ridiculous.”

22/02/2006 Info Seminar tomorrow PDF Print E-mail
Last chance to book a place for tomorrows Info Seminar.  We still have a few places left at this event, being held at

Railex Systems Ltd
The Wilson Building
1 - 5 Curtain Road

21/02/2006 Google refuses to hand over information PDF Print E-mail
In late January the US Department of Justice (DoJ) requested that Google hand over a week's worth of search records .   The DoJ claims it has made the request to show that voluntary regulation is not adequate to prevent children viewing  unsavoury material, largely pornographic, that exists on the internet.

Google has formally rejected the demand in court documents they have filed 

20/02/2006 Barrow to get Information Healthcheck PDF Print E-mail
ImageBarrow-in-Furness Borough Council have asked Audata to conduct an Information Healthcheck on their behalf.  The Healthcheck will be conducted over two days in March by two experienced Audata staff members.

17/02/2006 DPC release alarming report PDF Print E-mail
The Digital Preservation Coalition  launched a ‘state of the nation' report last night at the House of Commons.  The report reveals that less than 20% of UK organisations surveyed have a strategy in place to deal with the risk of loss or degradation to their digital resources - despite a very high level of awareness of the risks and potential economic penalties.

The report, entitled 'Mind the gap: assessing digital preservation needs in the UK',  aims to help government, public institutions and private companies turn high awareness into concerted action.

More information on this story can be found here.

15/02/2006 Audata staff to train on KnowledgeWorker PDF Print E-mail
Audata are proud to announce that four of their staff are to undergo the official training programme for KnowledgeWorker®, from Datum International.  The successful completion of this training will allow Audata to strengthen its product portfolio and widen its offerings.

For more information on KnowledgeWorker®, follow this link.

13/02/2006 Intel raided in South Korea PDF Print E-mail
Reuters report that Intel’s offices in South Korea have been raided by Investigators from the Fair Trade Commission (the FTC).  Whilst FTC officials are yet to confirm reports, they did say that their investigation began last year after competitors accused Intel of using its dominance in its dealings with computer manufacturers.

This follows on from last years findings in Japan that Intel had abused its monopoly power.  Intel has also been investigated by the European Commission.

07/02/2006 Today is 'Safer Internet Day' PDF Print E-mail
The European Commission is leading a worldwide 'Safer Internet Day' today to highlight the potential dangers of using the web.  The aim of the event is to raise awareness of the potential risks associated with posting personal information and copyright material on blogs.

Viviane Reding, European Commissioner for Information Society and Media and patron of the event said: “Blogs are a popular new way of communicating for young people and for all age groups, so it is appropriate that the Insafe network is using a blog on Safer Internet Day to show how using the Internet can be enjoyable, and what young people need to remember when blogging.”

The website can be found here.

08/02/2006 Mobility Without Limits PDF Print E-mail
DocuWare introduces a new dimension in document management. DocuWare 5 supports all forms of Electronic Signatures, making secure online access to file cabinets possible around the clock and from anywhere in the world, and integrating even mobile users into a company’s workflow processes.

More information on this story can be found here.
03/02/2006 Audata to host Information Management Training PDF Print E-mail

Topics Covered:
  • The benefits of good information management
  • Principles of information management
  • How to build a business classification scheme
  • How to label & manage paper and electronic files

A practical course that will leave you equipped to take action and save money

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