Colligo Blog: Barry Jinks

On August 17, AIIM, Gimmal & Colligo are joining forces to bring you the latest SharePoint trends so your next move is a big success!

With the release of SharePoint 2016 comes options. What’s your next move?  Microsoft is touting the benefits of SharePoint 2016. Are these pertinent to your organization? Have your needs evolved? Will you upgrade or can you simply adjust your current set-up? In their recent SharePoint Industry Watch survey, AIIM asked its community a variety of …

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Collaborating Anywhere: My Discussion with New Microsoft SharePoint Director Dan Holme

Recently, I had the distinct privilege to join Microsoft SharePoint, OneDrive and Office 365 product leaders Dan Holme, Reuben Krippner, Chris McNulty, and Mark Kashman for a spirited discussion on the new Microsoft SharePoint mobile portfolio, and how the newly-released Colligo Engage platform complements those Microsoft mobile applications. Our 90-minute event—“Collaborate Anywhere: SharePoint & OneDrive …

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“Collaborate Anywhere” – Microsoft/Colligo Joint Webinar Monday, June 20!

We just launched Colligo Engage 2016, the next generation mobile content management platform for the collaborative enterprise. This release comes on the heels of Microsoft’s recently announced mobile-first vision and roadmap for SharePoint. Our two launches coincided, but not by mere coincidence: The Colligo-Microsoft partnership dates back more than ten years, and we’re a proud …

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Announcing Colligo Engage 2016: The Next Generation in Mobile Content Management for the Collaborative Enterprise

Today I’m pleased to announce the launch of Colligo Engage 2016, the essential mobile content management platform for every worker to access and contribute to corporate information in any content store, on any device, from any location. The complete Colligo Engage 2016 platform consists of the Colligo Engage Email application suite, the Colligo Engage Mobile …

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Security is a major concern when mobilizing SharePoint. Here are 5 ways to keep your content secure.

If you’re worried about security when mobilizing SharePoint content, you’re in good company. In a recent webinar “Enterprise Mobility: Awakening the SharePoint Force,” we asked participants how concerned they were about the security of SharePoint content on mobile devices. Just about everyone expressed concern: Colligo Engage can keep your mobile SharePoint content highly secure in …

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Governance in the real-world. Did your pilot read the latest 787 manual before takeoff?

You just got on a plane to fly to a business meeting. It’s a new 787. Did your pilot read the most up-to-date manual before takeoff? To comply with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations, airlines are required to provide proof that their pilots have opened the most current versions of their digital flight manuals. Colligo …

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Colligo’s client-side sync architecture for mobile content management supports better governance.

Previously I talked about the advantages of a client-side sync architecture for mobile content management. Today, let’s explore the Colligo Engage platform, its powerful client-side sync engine, and how it helps enterprises enhance corporate governance. This diagram shows the individual components of the Engage Platform: In the middle are the apps that are sync-powered apps …

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Want to mobilize enterprise content? Let’s consider the pros and cons of 3 MCM architectures.

Mobile content management (MCM) is here, now. IT departments are working hard to aggressively mobilize enterprise content by rolling out more and more apps. In a recent report, Good confirmed major app growth: 70% of organizations use 2 or more mobile apps; Among those that have deployed apps beyond email, organizations deployed 3.21 apps on …

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7 Key Decisions in Mobile Content Management (MCM) Implementations.

Earlier, I mentioned our recent webinar “Enterprise Mobility: Awakening the SharePoint Force,” which featured guest speaker Chris Marsh, Research Director of Enterprise Mobility at 451 Research. During his presentation, Chris discussed 7 key decisions in mobile content management (MCM) implementations. He helped us evaluate the pros and cons of: #1. Mobile Content Management as function, …

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Defining the Mobile Content Management (MCM) Space.

As organizations continue investigating better ways to mobilize information workers, it’s important to consider mobile content management (MCM). Let’s take a look at the MCM market and how it might fit into your organization’s mobile strategy. MCM is actually the intersection of two large, rapidly growing mobile markets: The first is Enterprise Content Management or …

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