Colligo Blog: Data Compliance

Colligo in Top 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management

KMWorld just named Colligo in its round up of the 100 most important companies in knowledge management. According to KMWorld, companies that make it on their list offer the tools to analyze, augment, enhance, manage and extend information assets to maximize potential for organizations of all sizes. Since publishing their first list over a decade-and-a-half ago, …

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Improving Outlook Experiences

Today we are releasing some exciting new features to the Colligo Engage Outlook App. In this post I will walk you through the new features available in version 7.1. File Emails and Attachments Separately A lot of our customers use the Colligo Engage Outlook App to be able to quickly file emails and attachments from …

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Upcoming Webinar: 10 Expert Tips for Enterprise Document Sharing, Mobility & Control

Join us on October 30, 2014 at 8AM PDT / 11AM EDT for a webinar featuring Alan Pelz-Sharpe of 451 Research. Why attend? Enterprise collaboration is in crisis. Employees continue to use non-sanctioned systems, bring their own devices and rely on email to share files. The results are costly, inefficient, and fraught with security risks. Discover …

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Engaging Users with Content

The content management market is transforming in response to social, mobile and cloud services (1). Highly personalized services are replacing the static Content Management Interfaces (CMI). Content is directed at users based on personal preferences. Wearable Internet enabled devices are showing up alongside tablets and phones as the list of multi-channel sources of created content begin …

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Measuring Engagement in the Enterprise

Mine the Signals, not the Survey Responses – There are many studies showing a correlation between levels of employee engagement and business performance (Gallup, Towers Perrin, International Survey Research). For companies, engagement is a primary factor influencing performance of the business. So many go to great lengths to study, measure and ultimately influence engagement in …

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How NBC Fostered Collaboration with SharePoint at the 2014 Olympics – A Webinar Speaker Interview

Next week, Colligo and IT Unity are joining forces to bring you the webinar Gold Medal Collaboration: SharePoint Engagement at NBC for the Olympics. I recently met with our guest speakers, SharePoint MVP Dan Holme and Colligo CEO Barry Jinks, to discuss the success of the SharePoint implementation for NBC Olympics at the 2014 Olympic …

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On-Demand Webcast: Enhance Collaboration and Mitigate Risk with SharePoint Email and Document Management.

Last week, I had the pleasure of co-hosting a webinar with our partner Gig Werks to discuss how Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC) organizations can enhance collaboration and mitigate risk with email and document management in SharePoint. Thank you to everyone who attended, I appreciated your comments. For those of you who couldn’t attend, click here to …

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3 steps to turning IT into a customer-driven organization

Call it shadow IT or rogue IT, the increasing use of unsanctioned cloud apps by employees is a symptom, not an illness. It happens primarily because employees want something that their IT department isn’t providing. Plain and simple. In a recent article published on IT Business Net, author Sarah Lahav argues that IT needs to …

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Thinking about a mobile SharePoint solution? 5 must-haves for IT

Mobile SharePoint

With the deluge of mobile devices into the enterprise comes an IT nightmare of new dimensions. Expectations have changed. IT policies need to adapt to fit the new generation of workers, yet the requirements for security of corporate data remain. Meeting these conflicting needs is a delicate balancing act. The majority of large organizations have …

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What’s Going Wrong with BYOD?

What's wrong with BYOD

Around this time last year, Gartner predicted that by 2017, half of employers would require employees to supply their own device for work purposes. While a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) strategy is still touted by some as “the” answer to appeasing a demanding mobile workforce and to reducing IT costs, the movement is showing …

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