Tag Archive for: ‘SharePoint’

SharePoint or Point Solutions: The Ultimate Point Solution, SharePoint – Part 3

Rob Bogue

Wrapping up this three post series we’re going to look at why evaluating SharePoint in addition to traditional point solutions may be a good idea. We’ve covered why point solutions are required and how point solutions are evaluated; it’s time to give the underdog a chance. Breaking Paradigms SharePoint is a different kind of animal. …

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Windows 8 support for Colligo Apps

Microsoft Windows

In case you haven’t heard, Microsoft has officially announced the release of Windows 8 in October. As a Microsoft partner, we have been testing our products on the pre-release versions of Windows 8, so we are happy to announce full Windows 8 compatibility for the latest versions of: Colligo Email Manager Colligo Contributor Pro Colligo …

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SharePoint or Point Solutions: Purchased Point Solutions – Part 2

Rob Bogue

In the last blog post we talked about why organizations don’t have all of their needs met by a single core solution. In this post we’re going to be talking about how organizations acquire point solutions to solve specific problems that the core system won’t solve. Point solutions solve one specific (or a few specific) …

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SharePoint or Point Solution: The Need for Point Solutions – Part 1

Rob Bogue

When you go through the process of implementing a core system (e.g. ERP system) for your business, you assume this system can meet all of your needs, but rarely does the implementation in your organization match the utopia you hope for. In this first of a series of three blog posts, we’re going to compare …

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ILTA SharePoint Symposium 2012 – Colligo Recap

ILTA SharePoint Symposium 2012

Colligo recently exhibited at the ILTA SharePoint Symposium in Lombard, IL. The event was an opportunity for law firms to share best practices around SharePoint. SharePoint deployments are spreading and becoming more and more complex in legal circles so the symposium covered a range of topics from cloud and mobility to records and project management …

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Take our short survey on BYOD – Win a New iPad

Colligo Survey on BYOD, SharePoint and iPads

The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is impacting organizations of every size. To better understand the issues and concerns that organizations are currently facing, Colligo is participating with Osterman Research in a survey on the BYOD phenomenon. Complete the survey by May 8 to enter a draw for the new iPad.

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The Secrets to Usability and UX for Mobile SharePoint Apps

Last week, I attended a very interesting conference in San Francisco called Usability Week 2012. The conference was organized by the UX consulting and research firm Nielsen Norman Group and was focused on how to improve the user experience for websites, intranets, and mobile software apps.

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Colligo and Offline SharePoint Solve Mobile Office Challenges

Ben Henderson

Over the past few months, we’ve seen a real surge in the uptake of SharePoint by organizations. And there has been one particular use case that I have engaged with several customers recently, which I felt might be of interest to the greater SharePoint community. The use case that I’d like to discuss revolves around how to effectively utilize SharePoint offline in a remote “mobile office” environment.

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SharePoint and iPads Riding the Wave in APAC

Colligo is back from a great trip to Australia and New Zealand, where we participated in the SharePoint conferences in both of countries, and completed many successful visits with customers, prospects and partners.

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Write a Colligo Briefcase Pro Review – Win the new iPad!

Colligo Briefcase for iPad

With all the excitement around today’s launch of Apple’s new iPad, we thought we’d launch a contest to help you win one! If you haven’t experienced Colligo Briefcase Pro yet, we’re offering a little extra incentive to try it out.

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