Colligo Blog: Office 365

Most Effective Tech Tool For Lawyers? Survey Results Spoiler Alert: It’s Not AI.

Colligo | Blog | Most Effective Tech Tool For Lawyers? Spoiler Alert: It’s Not AI.

In global survey, lawyers rank Document Management as the technology most valuable to help them work efficiently and manage their work. Colligo pushes the boundaries on streamlining eDiscovery and case file management with Office 365 and SharePoint.

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Getting Started with Email Records Management in SharePoint: Three Questions to Ask

Colligo | Blog | Getting Started with Email Records Management in SharePoint: Three Questions to Ask

Three questions to consider before your organization starts introducing electronic email records management with O365 and SharePoint.

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Save Email to SharePoint from Outlook 365 with Metadata and Retention Labels

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Step-by-step guide to save emails to SharePoint from Outlook 365 with metadata and retention labels for easy search and basic records management. Also easily share links.

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Email Management in SharePoint for O365, on Prem, and Hybrid

Colligo | Blog | Email Management in SharePoint for O365, on Prem, and Hybrid

Businesses on Microsoft are continuously evaluating how to best manage content, share knowledge, and protect data privacy and security, all while supporting their modern workforce.

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KMWorld 2019 Trend-Setting Products Spotlights Colligo Email Manager for Office 365

Colligo | Blog | KMWorld 2019 Trend-Setting Products Spotlights Colligo Email Manager for Office 365

KMWorld released its ranking of 2019 Trend-Setting Knowledge Management Products and Colligo’s Email Manager for Office 365 was among the products singled out for innovation among industry leaders like IBM, Adobe, OpenText and Oracle.

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The Future of Content Services and ECM: A New Outlook

Colligo | Blog | The Future of Content Services and ECM: A New Outlook

Two years ago, Colligo wanted to know what drove organizations to find ECM (Enterprise Content Management) solutions. We polled attendees during a Future of Enterprise Content Management webinar we did with AIIM and found that 38% said either compliance and risk, or costs and productivity were their key business drivers.

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Save and Classify Documents Direct to SharePoint from Excel, Word and PowerPoint – Watch 1-Minute Colligo Video

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Colligo Document Manager for Office 365 lets users save Excel, Word & PPT files to SharePoint from Office with metadata & labels for easy search & compliance.

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Email Management in The Age of Information Governance – KMWorld Article

Colligo | Blog | Email Management in The Age of Information Governance – KMWorld Article

Considering how long email has been around, it is surprisingly neglected as a content type in the conversation underway on evolving requirements for data governance.

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Shift to Office 365 Could Be a Watershed Moment for Data Compliance

Shift to Office 365 could be a watershed moment for data compliance

The shift is on to Office 365. But what about data compliance? Are the new compliance-made-easy tools from Microsoft giving organizations a push to comply with intensifying national and sector-specific data security regulations? In a recent webinar on how to simplify compliance in SharePoint attended hosted by Microsoft MVP Joel Oleson and Colligo, a survey …

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Email Still King Especially When In-Context

Colligo | Blog | Email Still King Especially When In-Context

Today’s guest post is authored by Christian Buckley, globally-recognized Microsoft MVP, author, and technology evangelist. He is the founder and CEO of CollabTalk, an independent research and technical marketing services company. Follow him via @buckleyplanet. Conversation sits at the center of collaboration. While most of our systems and business processes focus on data and …

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