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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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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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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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Ready for GDPR? 5 Top Tips to Prepare

GDPR May 25, 2018

We’ve all heard of the European Union (EU)’s pending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and know it will have a major impact on how businesses around the world handle private data. What will this mean for Records and Knowledge Managers? In our second of a series of posts on GDPR we touch on some of …

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Top Questions: Mastering Records and Knowledge Management in Office 365

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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 »

Introducing Colligo Email Manager for Office 365

Introducing Colligo Email Manager for Office 365.
The latest addition to the Colligo Engage platform, winner of the "Best Mobile Solution" at ESPC 2017. It works where you work The move to Office 365 promises to radically change the way we interact and collaborate with our peers. Its extensive suite of cloud-based applications will give employees remarkable flexibility in how and where ... Continue reading »

Christian Buckley on the Role of Email in Records Management

Today’s guest post is authored by Christian Buckley, globally-recognized Microsoft MVP, author, and technology evangelist. He is the founder and CEO of CollabTalk, an independent research and technical marketing services company. Follow him via @buckleyplanet. Christian explored these concepts further as our expert guest speaker on our webinar: Mastering Knowledge and Records Management in Office …

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What is the GDPR? – A Primer for RIM Practitioners

We’ve all heard of the European Union (EU)’s pending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and know it will have a major impact on how businesses around the world handle private data. What will this mean for Records and Knowledge Managers? In our first of a series of posts on GDPR we explain the key points …

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3 Key Forces for Government Records Management in 2018

Record Management is Hot and Getting Hotter in DC A quick scan of the national headlines on any given day will reveal how much current scrutiny there is over record keeping practices within the US Federal Government. This may seem unusual, but this is more than just a temporary tempest that will soon pass. It could …

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