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Colligo Blog: Governance

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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KMWorld Video – Learn How to Increase Productivity AND Information Governance

Last week, KMWorld hosted a webinar on how to “Increase Productivity with Collaboration.” As guest speaker, I discussed the need for today’s enterprises to balance worker empowerment with information governance within a highly digitized workplace, which Gartner defines as: … a business strategy to boost employee agility and engagement through a consumerized environment.” Highly governed …

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New Imperatives for Mobility, Content & Governance with SharePoint – Your Head Start to ESPC 2016

There are less than 2 weeks to go until ESPC16 kicks off on the 14th of November! Get a head start next Tuesday, by attending the FREE ESPC webinar – New Imperatives for Mobility, Content & Governance – featuring 451 enterprise mobility expert Chris Marsh and Colligo EMEA Director Loic Triger. Mobile technologies are empowering …

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Using Azure Stream Analytics for Content Tracking and Governance

This is the first in a series of developer blog posts on Azure, analytics, and Big Data in the Colligo Engage cloud solution. The Colligo Mission The Colligo Engage platform collects and stores actions performed by users against content for engagement and governance analysis. For example, whenever files are synced to a device or a …

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Governance in the real-world. Did your pilot read the latest 787 manual before takeoff?

You just got on a plane to fly to a business meeting. It’s a new 787. Did your pilot read the most up-to-date manual before takeoff? To comply with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations, airlines are required to provide proof that their pilots have opened the most current versions of their digital flight manuals. Colligo …

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Colligo’s client-side sync architecture for mobile content management supports better governance.

Previously I talked about the advantages of a client-side sync architecture for mobile content management. Today, let’s explore the Colligo Engage platform, its powerful client-side sync engine, and how it helps enterprises enhance corporate governance. This diagram shows the individual components of the Engage Platform: In the middle are the apps that are sync-powered apps …

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Join us! How to use SharePoint to solve email management problems.

In 2016, email remains the predominant form of communication in business. However, mismanaged email can have serious consequences, such as content replication that make version control impossible, stranded data that creates information silos, and compliance risk from not properly storing important information contained in emails and attachments. Fortunately, you can take action now to prevent …

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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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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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