Tag Archive for: ‘Metadata’

Do all businesses need to comply with GDPR?

Do all businesses need to comply with GDPR?

The countdown continues to May 25th, 2018 when the European Union (EU)’s pending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect. In this, the third post in our GDPR series, we answer some questions about where GDPR applies. It’s a dynamic world we live in, where people can move around the globe with ease, …

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Top Questions: Mastering Records and Knowledge Management in Office 365

Top Questions: Mastering Records and Knowledge Management in Office 365
Our recent webinar "Mastering Records and Knowledge Management in Office 365" with guest Christian Buckley (Microsoft MVP & CEO of CollabTalk) generated phenomenal interest. This is clearly a topic that many of you have been waiting for. Christian described how email records and knowledge management have transformed over time, and shared how the move to ... Continue reading »

Email and RIM: Dealing with Mobility and Metadata

It seems like every day we learn of a new collaboration tool designed to make it easier to securely share and store corporate content and data. But despite the wealth of options, workers continue to vote with their keyboards, mice, and touchscreens—email is still by far the preferred way to share information. And the volume …

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2015 AIIM Report Highlights Gaps Stalling Success of SharePoint ECM Projects

The new 2015 AIIM SharePoint Industry Watch Report just came out. We’re pretty excited to see the results of a survey AIIM conducted with 422 IT professionals. Despite a positive increase in the use of SharePoint for enterprise content management (ECM) and document management (from 48% of organizations surveyed in 2012 to 60% today), only …

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On-Demand Webinar: 7 Things You Need to Know to Drive User Adoption of SharePoint

Our recent webinar with leading SharePoint MVP and top 50 SharePoint Influencer, Dan Holme, titled: 7 Things You Need to Know to Drive User Adoption of SharePoint is now available on-demand. This webinar generated a huge amount of interest with over 2800 SharePoint professionals registering for the event. In the webinar, Dan provided an inside look at the most powerful ways to drive SharePoint user adoption—by integrating it into your users’ experience and the tools they “live in” every day.

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SharePoint Webinar: 7 Things You Need to Know to Drive User Adoption of SharePoint

We are really pleased to be partnering with leading SharePoint MVP and top 50 SharePoint Influencer, Dan Holme, for our next SharePoint 2010 webinar: <a href="http://www.vconferenceonline.com/event/regeventweb.aspx?id=154&amp;cid=ColligoBlog" target="_blank">7 Things You Need to Know to Drive User Adoption of SharePoint</a>. Dan is going to provide an inside look at the most powerful ways to drive <a title="SharePoint user adoption" href="http://www.colligo.com/products/contributor/">SharePoint user adoption</a>—by integrating it into your users' experience and the tools they "live in" every day.

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SharePoint 2010 Metadata Webinar – Questions and Answers

Our webinar with Microsoft's Daniel Kogan on SharePoint 2010 metadata generated a lot of interest and subsequently a lot of questions! We were only able to answer a few of them during the webinar itself, so as promised, here are the rest of the questions along with the answers. Thanks Daniel for handling the majority of the questions!

<strong>Doesn’t SharePoint 2010 have this email integration feature out of the box?</strong>

No it doesn’t. Colligo is Microsoft’s partner to provide the <a title="integration between outlook and sharepoint" href="/products/contributor/colligo-contributor-add-in-for-outlook/">integration between Outlook and SharePoint</a>. In fact, Microsoft’s own Legal and Corporate Affairs Department has recently deployed Colligo Contributor for <a title="email management" href="/sharepoint-solutions/business/email-management/">email management</a>. Nishan DeSilva, Microsoft’s Director of Director of Information Management &amp; Corporate Records Compliance recently did a very well attended webinar with us on their deployment.

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On-Demand Webinar – How SharePoint 2010 Changes the Metadata Game

Our recent webinar with Daniel Kogan, Microsoft’s Senior Program Manager for SharePoint ECM on “<a href="/resources/webinars/">How SharePoint 2010 Changes the Metadata Game</a>” set a new record with almost 3000 SharePoint Professionals registering for this event. The feedback from attendees has been excellent and here is your chance to view the on-demand version. There is really no doubt that the new metadata features introduced with SharePoint 2010 lies at the heart of what makes SharePoint great.

In the webinar, Daniel went over many of the key scenarios for why it’s important for people to apply metadata, namely <a title="sharepoint governance" href="http://www.colligo.com/sharepoint-solutions/business/compliance/">governance</a>, management, consistency and standardization. Daniel also detailed and demoed the new metadata features for SharePoint 2010 including the enterprise managed metadata service, enterprise keywords, the taxonomy and hierarchy management tool, and the new functionality for social tagging and folksonomy. As well, Daniel discussed the new content type syndication model for SharePoint 2010 and showed the power behind this relatively simple feature.

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Upcoming Webinar – How SharePoint 2010 Changes the Metadata Game

We really excited to be partnering again with Microsoft for another webinar on December 1, 2010. This webinar features Daniel Kogan, Senior Program Manager for SharePoint <a title="ECM" href="/sharepoint-solutions/business/collaboration/">ECM</a> and Microsoft’s top metadata guru who will discuss the new metadata capabilities of SharePoint 2010, including the new content types and taxonomy service, and how they can be used to enhance productivity and unlock new business potentials and scenarios.

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