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The Older the Fiddle, the Sweeter the Tune – SharePoint Turns 16 in Dublin at the European SharePoint Conference 2017

SharePoint was on display a few weeks ago in Dublin Ireland at the European SharePoint Conference 2017. And, while it’s now 16 years old, SharePoint just keeps getting better and better, prompting me to quote the old Irish saying “The older the fiddle, the sweeter the tune.” I had the pleasure of attending the conference, …

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Our KMWorld 2017 Recap

Deborah Dumont (Neostek), Barry Jinks (Colligo), Loic Triger (Colligo) and Lieutenant colonel Alberto Rodríguez Cruz (U.S. Army Pacific Command)

Last week I attended the KMWorld conference in Washington DC with our crew from Colligo, Loic Triger (COO) and Tom Ng (Manager of Services and Community). Billed as the “World’s Leading Knowledge Management Event” the conference brings software vendors, consultants and customers together for four days to discuss the current state and future of knowledge …

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Where Paper Records Come up Short in Responding to FOIA Requests

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Paper-based records keeping is the stalwart standard for many government organizations. For years this method has proven reliable, but it is becoming sorely outdated from a practicality and efficiency perspective, especially now that US government agencies have to respond to over 788,000 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests annually. So much of our correspondence and …

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Getting Started with Records Management in SharePoint: Three Questions to Consider

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Our contributing experts: Riyaz Lakhani and Tom Ng As with many facets of our lives, the availability of promising new technologies is profoundly transforming records management. This transformation is ongoing; many organizations are still using tried-and-true paper-based records management methods. But the shortcomings of this approach are becoming increasingly problematic for both compliance and organizational ... Continue reading »

Meet Colligo: Tom Ng, SharePoint Veteran

This week we’re continuing our series introducing you to some of the great people who make up the Colligo team. Today we’re talking with Tom Ng, a technical consultant on our pre-sales team. Hi Tom, great to be speaking with you today. You’re one of Colligo’s go-to experts when it comes to business processes, record …

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Game Changing Breakthroughs in Knowledge Management

Knowledge management is a rapidly-evolving discipline, in which constant change is a certainty. Today, we're beginning with a step back to think about the big picture, and considering the impact of three major forces currently disrupting knowledge management: The workplace is increasing digital, with knowledge scattered across multiple systems. Business email is still on the ... Continue reading »

3 Forces Driving Business Transformation

Every business is transforming. There are three forces beyond anyone’s control that we need to understand and manage to build an effective digital workplace. Taking a proactive, rather than reactive, approach can help ensure that your business transformation works in achieving your organization’s specific business goals. In a new field guide for digital workplace heroes …

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Rise of the Digital Workplace

There is a lot of buzz around the “Digital Workplace,” and the need to transform business systems and processes, but there continues to be some confusion not only around the definition of the Digital Workplace, but what it takes to successfully transform your business. While much of this transformation revolves around technology, the fact remains …

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“SharePoint Transformed” – a New Field Guide for Digital Workplace Heroes

It’s a big leap from focusing on your employee intranet portal to building a high-performing digital workplace that delivers real value. The potential benefits, however, are numerous and well worth the effort – helping your organization improve alignment of business goals, technology, and measurements to gain a competitive advantage. But it’s not easy. Gartner warns: …

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Information Governance Is a Team Sport

Who’s responsible for information governance? That is a good question. Information governance is, in fact, a team sport. Governance, as expected, starts at the top with the board of directors. Generally, governance policies are established to serve business goals and manage risk. Governance is driven from the business and its strategic initiatives to ensure that information ... Continue reading »