Colligo Blog: Email Management

Seven Best Practices for Email Records Management – Part 1

Bill England

This series of blog posts looks at seven best practices to consider when implementing email records management in your organization. It discusses various considerations for evaluating email records management strategies and the challenges to fully integrating email into a records management environment. In part one, we discuss email in a records management context and some of the questions that need to be addressed for effective email records management.

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Upcoming Webinar – Enterprise Information Management with SharePoint 2010: Secrets to Success

Join Dan Vasey, Director of Records & Information Management at Fortune 500 cable operator, Charter Communications, as he shares the strategy, methods, and tools that enabled his organization to successfully deploy the Charter Online Information Network, an enterprise-wide SharePoint 2010 based solution for records and information management.

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Another Industry Accolade for Colligo’s SharePoint Solutions

2011 Microsoft Impact Awards

Colligo’s SharePoint solutions have been selected as a finalist in the Desktop Partner of the Year category for the 2011 Microsoft Partner Network IMPACT Awards.

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SharePoint Conference 2011 – The Happiest Place on Earth?

Even though 2011 is a mid-release year for SharePoint, it certainly didn’t dampen the enthusiasm at the SharePoint Conference in Anaheim. With another sell-out, SPC 2011 showcased how SharePoint has matured into the collaboration, ECM, and records management platform of choice for organizations worldwide, and highlighted the robustness of the SharePoint eco-system.

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SharePoint as a Legal Document Management System (DMS) – The Tipping Point?

Microsoft New York SharePoint Colligo

Bill England discusses his observations at the Microsoft Executive Briefing Center in Manhattan with 20 CIOs from large New York law firms as well as a variety of Microsoft field and product experts discussing SharePoint as a legal DMS.

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SharePoint Conference Executive Luncheon – Secrets to SharePoint Success in the Enterprise

Are you attending the SharePoint Conference 2011 in Anaheim? If you’re at the show, don’t miss Colligo Networks’ executive luncheon on October 5, “Secrets to SharePoint Success in the Enterprise”.

Space is limited, so please register today!

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GimmalSoft Compliance Suite Receives DoD 5015.2 Certification

GimmalSoft and Colligo DoD 5015.2 Certified

Congratulations to our friends at GimmalSoft – their GimmalSoft Compliance Suite is now DISA JITC certified for DoD 5015.2 compliance! Colligo’s email management solution for Outlook is integrated as part of the GimmalSoft Compliance Suite.

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Chris Riley – Guest Blogger – 7 Things You Need to Know About ECM in SharePoint – Part 2

Chris Riley CloudShare

Guest Blogger – Chris Riley – CloudShare – With the introduction of SharePoint 2010, the platform is now fully accepted as a solution for Enterprise Content Management (ECM). But what does that really mean? In this blog series, I’ll try to answer that question and provide some tips to a successful SharePoint ECM deployment. Part 2 of the 3 part series.

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RimTech Review of GimmalSoft Compliance Suite Including Colligo

Bruce Miller of RIM Tech reviews the new GimmalSoft Compliance Suite for DoD 5015.2 compliance, which includes the Colligo Contributor Add-In for Outlook, and calls it a “market game changer.”

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Leveraging SharePoint and Colligo to Replace Traditional Email Archiving Solutions

Bill England

Over the past week, I’ve been working with a customer on a particularly interesting use case for SharePoint that I thought others in the SharePoint community might be interested in learning more about it. The customer is using Zantaz (from Autonomy/HP) for email archiving with a primary focus around eDiscovery, email retention and legal hold. A very cost effective option would be to use SharePoint and Exchange to provide the same functionality while leveraging their existing investment in the Microsoft stack.

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