Colligo Blog: Barry Jinks

Is ECM Dead?

Enterprise content management (ECM) is not what it used to be – that’s certain. In fact, many analysts agree that ECM is, in fact, dead. It all started with a quiet declaration on Gartner’s blog, “ECM is now dead (kaput, finite, an ex-market name). It’s been replaced by the term Content Services.” How does Gartner …

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The Older the Fiddle, the Sweeter the Tune – SharePoint Turns 16 in Dublin at the European SharePoint Conference 2017

SharePoint was on display a few weeks ago in Dublin Ireland at the European SharePoint Conference 2017. And, while it’s now 16 years old, SharePoint just keeps getting better and better, prompting me to quote the old Irish saying “The older the fiddle, the sweeter the tune.” I had the pleasure of attending the conference, …

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Our KMWorld 2017 Recap

Deborah Dumont (Neostek), Barry Jinks (Colligo), Loic Triger (Colligo) and Lieutenant colonel Alberto Rodríguez Cruz (U.S. Army Pacific Command)

Last week I attended the KMWorld conference in Washington DC with our crew from Colligo, Loic Triger (COO) and Tom Ng (Manager of Services and Community). Billed as the “World’s Leading Knowledge Management Event” the conference brings software vendors, consultants and customers together for four days to discuss the current state and future of knowledge …

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3 Forces Driving Business Transformation

Every business is transforming. There are three forces beyond anyone’s control that we need to understand and manage to build an effective digital workplace. Taking a proactive, rather than reactive, approach can help ensure that your business transformation works in achieving your organization’s specific business goals. In a new field guide for digital workplace heroes …

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“SharePoint Transformed” – a New Field Guide for Digital Workplace Heroes

It’s a big leap from focusing on your employee intranet portal to building a high-performing digital workplace that delivers real value. The potential benefits, however, are numerous and well worth the effort – helping your organization improve alignment of business goals, technology, and measurements to gain a competitive advantage. But it’s not easy. Gartner warns: …

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Information Governance Is a Team Sport

Who’s responsible for information governance? That is a good question. Information governance is, in fact, a team sport. Governance, as expected, starts at the top with the board of directors. Generally, governance policies are established to serve business goals and manage risk. Governance is driven from the business and its strategic initiatives to ensure that information ... Continue reading »

6 Business Drivers for Information Governance

In today’s rapidly evolving digital business environment, compliance certainly remains the top reason driving organizations to bolster information governance, according to AIIM. But in a recent webinar with KM World – Taking Information Governance to the Next Level – I discussed 5 additional reasons that enterprises are investing in governance. While compliance is the number one driver, there are ... Continue reading »

Rethinking Governance as a Competitive Weapon

In a recent webinar with KM World – Taking Information Governance to the Next Level – I urged knowledge managers to rethink governance as a competitive weapon in today’s digital business environment. Taking a modern approach to information governance (ahead of your competition) by ensuring that the right information is made available to the right ... Continue reading »

We’re Finalists for Microsoft’s 2017 Enterprise Cloud Partner of the Year IMPACT Award!

I’m thrilled to announce today that Colligo has been chosen as finalists for Microsoft’s 2017 IMPACT Awards in the category of Enterprise Cloud Partner of the Year. The past 12 months have been huge for Colligo. A year ago, we released our new platform, Colligo Engage, a complete solution for balancing productivity and governance in ... Continue reading »

Air Transat Video – How to Boost Mobile Productivity & Control

Can you think of an industry that’s more mobile than airlines? To prepare for flights, crew are working from their homes, shuttles, taxis, hotels, airports … and of course, they are working to impress passengers aboard flights. Making sure that the right information is available at the right time – even in “airplane” mode – …

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