Artificial intelligence used to classify electronic documents

The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has become the first government agency to operate wholly in the cloud – and is now using the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to automatically classify records and documents.  The project, called RADICAL (Record and Document Innovation and Capture – Artificial Learning), …

Microsoft Retention & Sensitivity Labels Are Powerful Tools

Despite the recent spate of interest in privacy and security in the consumer realm, these concerns extend beyond the personal realm. Organizations are increasingly cognizant of the need to protect sensitive information and to retain important information for business purposes. At the same time, they are equally eager to dispose …

Azure Dedicated Host Service for Single-Tenant Users

Microsoft on Thursday announced a preview of Azure Dedicated Host, a new service that gives organizations access to unshared or “dedicated” Azure hardware infrastructure for hosting their workloads on Azure virtual machines. Most workloads hosted on Azure infrastructure use hardware that’s shared with other organizations or individuals, who are called …

CIOs urge collaboration through governance & cost saving

Enterprise information technology governance is about more than just establishing a set of rules and structures for IT gets purchased and used in government, state IT leaders say. On a new episode of StateScoop’s Priorities podcast, Alabama CIO Jim Purcell says his agency has worked to establish IT governance as …