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Open Text offers iPad support, cross-tool integration

The enterprise content management vendor offers law firms integration and support for Windows 7, Microsoft Office 2010, Apple

University of Calgary CIO gets out of a paper jam

Burning through paper at the rate of 72 million sheets a year, equivalent to a stack almost six miles high, the University of Calgary decided that it was time for a radical rethinking of its print operations. The result was Project IMAGinE, an IT-led initiative that ushered in a new way of handling print while laying the groundwork for a strategic approach to information management

Upheaval in document management market: Datamonitor

According to analysts at Datamonitor, the documents and records management market is in for a shake-up

Open Text appeals to lawyers with e-mail toolset

The Waterloo-based firm tries to accelerate the drag-and-drop process and reduce duplication of effort among users in legal firms, but Info-Tech identifies a surprise competitor

Ottawa fire ignites desire for better backup systems

Some good can emerge, even from a catastrophe. The blaze at two Iron Mountain data facilities

Alberta teachers learn collaboration

Alberta educators are getting some valuable lessons on collaboration as the Alberta Teachers Association (ATA) embarks on a five-year IT restructuring program, centered on a new browser-based information portal.

Encrypted NetApp storage gets DoD certification

Network Appliance Inc. will announce on Tuesday that it has worked with Decru Inc. and MDY Advanced Technologies Inc. to create an encrypted records management system that meets a U.S. Department of Defense management standard.

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