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How Office 365 Machine Learning Will Change Records Management

Screenshot of the O365 Classification Assistant

Are you feeling like there’s an unstoppable, accelerating growth in the volume of data being created within your organization? The folks at Microsoft agree with you. In fact, they’ve been describing a state of“ data explosion,” occurring in business today. Given that ComputerWorld estimates that there are currently 120 million Office 365 commercial monthly active …

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Beyond Records Management: Knowledge Management in a Government Context

Federal Email Mgmt Key Success Areas SM
This week we welcome our guest columnists, Deborah Dumont and Justin Head from NEOSTEK. Later this month the federal government IT community will again convene in Washington DC for the Digital Government Institute (DGI)’s 930.gov event and its five co-located conferences. It’s no coincidence that both records and knowledge management-specific conferences are featured. Government records ... Continue reading »

What Microsoft’s Content Services Platform Means for Highly-Regulated Workplaces

Content Services Lifecycle: Harvest/Create/Coordinate/Protect. Source: Microsoft
This week at Inspire 2018, Microsoft announced Colligo as one of the charter members of the Microsoft Content Services partner network. This end-to-end stack of software and services, powered by Office 365 apps and SharePoint, enables intelligent content management in today’s digital workplaces. We’ve talked about the evolution of enterprise content management before, and how ... Continue reading »

What’s New in SharePoint/O365 Content Management & Collaboration: Our Vegas Report

This week we welcome our guest co-author Yaroslav Pentsarskyy, Microsoft MVP and Executive Director of Origami Connect. Last week was very exciting for all SharePoint enthusiasts with the return of the official Microsoft SharePoint Conference. Microsoft announced that it will continue its support for SharePoint Conference North America every year, combining the SharePoint Virtual Conference ... Continue reading »

The Evolution of Office 365: Takeaways from SharePoint Conference North America 2018

SharePoint Conference North America wrapped up in Las Vegas on May 23rd heralding the return of a major SharePoint/Office 365/OneDrive-focused event to the continent. Colligo was there to speak, exhibit, announce new product features, and network with the top experts in the community. Today we’re sharing some of the big conference announcements as well as ... Continue reading »

Making GDPR Compliance Simpler for Your Workers

In our previous blog post on GDPR compliance, we highlighted the importance of controlling email as part of your data governance strategy.  Today we explore the human side of the equation, and the need to integrate information governance and collaboration seamlessly into workers’ daily processes, habits and applications. The GDPR is compelling every business to …

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Email and SharePoint/Office 365: A Step Towards GDPR Compliance

In this latest post in our GDPR blog series, we discuss the link between email management and GDPR compliance. With email predicted to total over 319.6 billion sent and received per day by the end of 2021 among 4.1 billion worldwide email users (Radicati) organizations face ever increasing volumes of complex electronic data. Surveys show …

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Three Office 365 Security and Compliance Takeaways From SPS Vancouver

Security and compliance were widely discussed at Office 365 Saturday Vancouver (formerly SharePoint Saturday) this past weekend. Here are three speakers who caught our ear with points relevant to knowledge and records management, and in particular the new capabilities inherent in Office 365 labels. Microsoft keynote speaker Sesha Mani (Principal Program Manager, SharePoint and OneDrive) …

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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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Meet Colligo: Jeffrey Bakker, Behavior-Driven Developer

This week we continue our series introducing you to some of the great people who make up the Colligo team. Today we’re talking with Jeffrey Bakker from our software development group. Hi Jeff, good to speak with you. Can you give us the 30,000 foot view of your role at Colligo? I’m a senior developer …

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