Colligo Blog: Compliance

How Office 365 Machine Learning Will Change Records Management

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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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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 »

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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Ready for GDPR? 5 Top Tips to Prepare

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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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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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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 »

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 »