Information Management and Governance (IMG) specialist, iCognition Pty Ltd, will showcase their Document and Records Management ‘as a service’ cloud (EDRMSaaS.Cloud) at CeBIT Australia 2018 in Darling Harbour, Sydney.
“CeBIT Australia is the largest business technology exhibition and conference in Asia-Pacific, attracting over 15,000 attendees,” said iCognition CEO, Joe Mammoliti. “From the 15th to 17th May 2018, you will be able to find iCognition at stand E10, please drop in to learn about our exciting EDRMSaaS offering.”
“EDRMSaaS is a secure information management platform that will take the pressure off your digital transformation team. It is the modern way to harness the information explosion, secure your content, meet your compliance/regulatory requirements, improve operational efficiency and lower your total cost of ownership with a simple monthly per-user cost,” said Mr Mammoliti. “You will get a user friendly EDRMS, on-demand access on any device, with intelligent analytics and governance, managed to the highest standards in a Government certified secure Microsoft cloud.”
EDRMSaaS provides a winning combination of Microsoft Azure delivered, cost effective, best of breed performance and highly secure cloud; Micro Focus’ proven intelligent compliance engine; and iCognition’s award winning products maximising discovery, access, sharing and collaboration, for both desktop and mobile users.
“EDRMSaaS.cloud is hosted on Microsoft Azure and is built from the ground up for Cyber Security, and optionally delivered on Microsoft’s Azure Central mission-critical cloud for Australia and New Zealand,” said iCognition Principal, Nigel Carruthers-Taylor. “It is designed for mission-critical apps supported by an open ecosystem of partners and includes service availability, security, scalability, redundancy, back up, managed services and access to Office 365 and Microsoft apps.”
“EDRMSaaS is a good example of why not all clouds are built the same,” said Mr Mammoliti, “Come along to Cebit from 15th to the 17th May and ask us why.”