Colligo Blog: Content & Knowledge Management

Gartner reports: third-party apps needed to unlock the full value of SharePoint

A recent Gartner report highlights gaps in SharePoint that third-party software vendors can fill for enterprise information capture, collaboration and document management. Learn about Gartner’s findings and how Colligo extends the value of SharePoint.

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A Practical Guide for Metadata in SharePoint – Part 1

What makes the difference between a quick search for a file and a long and arduous one? Its metadata. In this first article of our Practical Guide for Metadata Implementation in SharePoint, we tackle what is metadata and how to use effectively for search – including with our Content Manager.

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Introducing Content Manager from Colligo: explore SharePoint right from Outlook

Colligo Cntent Manager for Microsoft 365

As more organizations support work from home and shift to Microsoft 365, Colligo continues to lead with solutions to reduce data sprawl, search struggles and data silos. Meet Colligo’s newest solution: Content Manager for Microsoft 365.

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Microsoft Ignite 2020 – 3 key takeaways including SharePoint staying power

Microsoft’s Virtual Ignite 2020 did not disappoint. The key theme was creating greater digital resilience including a phenomenal future for content management. Did you know SharePoint had 10x growth in the last 4 years? Find out Colligo’s 3 Ignite 2020 takeaways!

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How to Use SharePoint & Microsoft 365 When Working From Home

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As we continue working from home, it’s a good time to use Office 365 and SharePoint, to stay more connected and more productive. Here are some power tips for video, email and documents, that will keep you close to your workmates, and keep your SharePoint files in order.

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Colligo Q&A: Top 2020 trends in Microsoft 365 adoption, SharePoint integration

Information governance is critical as firms continue to work remote. Join Colligo’s CEO Tim Brady and Pre-sale Engineer, Roland Reddekop, as they share insights on 2020’s key trends, including Microsoft 365 adoption, and using SharePoint Online to support content management and records management.

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Remote work implications for law firms & getting information governance right

Colligo | Blog | Remote work implications for law firms & getting information governance right

The hasty shift to remote work caught many legal teams unprepared. Law firms are realizing that if tools aren’t in place to help capture or share case matters securely, it’s curbing collaboration and productivity, and records aren’t being appropriately retained. Learn about tools lawyers prefer to solve information governance issues as law firms transition rapidly to digitalization.

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Will Teams replace email? Why email records management is still vital with the transition to remote work

Colligo | Blog | Will Teams replace email? Why email records management is still vital with the transition to remote work

Microsoft Teams has quickly become a favourite communications tool as organizations transition to remote work, but email remains the most widespread form of communication and a top priority for knowledge and records management.

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New Colligo CEO and Content Manager solution to boost productivity for workers using SharePoint

Meet the new CEO at Colligo and learn about the company’s ambitious vision to go beyond email management, document management and remote offline access for SharePoint. The new Colligo Content Manager invites Microsoft 365 users to explore and manage SharePoint files without going into SharePoint.

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5 steps to get SharePoint content management right as you move to the cloud

Colligo | Blog | 5 Steps to Get SharePoint Content Management Right as You Move to the Cloud

COVID-19 has accelerated the shift to Microsoft 365 and SharePoint Online. Use a five step strategy for getting SharePoint content management right as your organization adapts to work-from-home and moves to cloud-based storage.

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