Colligo Blog: Document Management

How Office 365 Machine Learning Will Change Records Management

How Office 365 Machine Learning Will Change Records Management

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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Beyond Records Management: Knowledge Management in a Government Context

Beyond Records Management: Knowledge Management in a Government Context
This week we welcome our guest columnists, Deborah Dumont and Justin Head from NEOSTEK. Later this month the federal government IT community will again convene in Washington DC for the Digital Government Institute (DGI)’s 930.gov event and its five co-located conferences. It’s no coincidence that both records and knowledge management-specific conferences are featured. Government records ... Continue reading »

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

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

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 »

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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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 »

Toronto Tales: Takeaways From ARMA Canada 2017

Colligo's Riyaz Lakhani Presenting at ARMA 2017
Our team was in Toronto this week, speaking at the ARMA Canada conference. For the uninitiated, ARMA is a professional association focused on effective management of records and information within an established information governance framework. This event brought together members from across the country’s 14 chapters and beyond, and as you can expect when canucks ... Continue reading »

IT/OT Convergence and the Utility Digital Workplace

Digital workplace technology can aid the safety, productivity and governance of power distribution utility maintenance crews. Our readers in the energy utility space will be intimately familiar with the integration of information technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT)–often dubbed “IT/OT convergence.”  In a recent article in Oil & Gas Australia Simon Vardy, Accenture Strategy Utilities Lead for …

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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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