Colligo Blog: Collaboration

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 »

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 »

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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Simplifying Information Access for Utility Field Workers, While Enhancing Corporate Governance. The Paradox Solved.

Energy utilities must make accessing SharePoint easier for their workers—while still adhering to strict compliance requirements. In today’s energy and utility industries, field technicians are responsible for a variety of tasks often carried out in extreme and hazardous conditions. These include the installation, monitoring and servicing of equipment, ensuring safety in accordance with current specs, ... Continue reading »

SharePoint Saturdays Recap: User Adoption and the Digital Workplace

Our team has been busy attending and speaking at recent SharePoint Saturdays in Calgary (April 1st) and Vancouver (April 8th). As we wait for the April showers to clear, we wanted to share a few takeaways: User adoption remains the biggest barrier to successful SharePoint projects. During a lunchtime presentation in Vancouver, we ran a …

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Collaborating Anywhere: My Discussion with New Microsoft SharePoint Director Dan Holme

Recently, I had the distinct privilege to join Microsoft SharePoint, OneDrive and Office 365 product leaders Dan Holme, Reuben Krippner, Chris McNulty, and Mark Kashman for a spirited discussion on the new Microsoft SharePoint mobile portfolio, and how the newly-released Colligo Engage platform complements those Microsoft mobile applications. Our 90-minute event—“Collaborate Anywhere: SharePoint & OneDrive …

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