Colligo Blog: SharePoint

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 »

New Microsoft eBook: Better Enterprise Mobility Together!

Demand for mobile apps in the enterprise is growing, reports Gartner. “The mobile app should make work faster, and better, for the employee, as well as less expensive,” advises Van Baker, Research Vice President. But not all enterprise mobility apps are made equal. Having to look for the right information can drastically hamper efficiency. IDC …

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Using SharePoint to Mobilize Workers Can Save Time, Money & Mitigate Security Risk

Investing in mobility continues to top the IT agenda for 2017. According to IDC’s 2016 Mobile Enterprise Devices, Security, Services and Solutions Survey, 65% of enterprises plan to increase mobility spending this year, purchasing mobile devices for employees, while adding application security and content security solutions. While investments are going up, IT will need to …

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The Results Are In: 100 Experts Weigh In On SharePoint Mobility

As anyone who recently boarded a plane – or is a parent to a teenager – can attest to, people everywhere are fixated on their mobile devices. There is no doubt that our personal lifestyles are fundamentally changing in this era of rapidly increasing mobility. But what does this mean for your business? In a recent …

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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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Inside SharePoint 2016 with Chris McNulty | On October 25 Find Out What’s New for ECM & Your Mobile Workforce

SharePoint 2016 offers valuable new functionally for enterprises looking to regain control over business content. And while organizations are increasingly looking to leverage SharePoint for enterprise content management (ECM), many are unaware of what’s new this year to help them reach their information governance goals. Let’s change that. According to AIIM’s latest SharePoint report, The Impact …

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Is SharePoint the Right Home for Your Email Records? AIIM & Microsoft Say Yes!

“Given all of the attention placed these days on the content contained within email messages, one would think that email management would be a major focus,” noted Bob Larrivee, Vice President and Chief Analyst of Market Intelligence at AIIM International, in his recent report The Impact of SharePoint – 2016. “Yet 76% of our respondents …

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Mobility Represents a Major Opportunity to Drive SharePoint ROI According to AIIM Report

All the research points to mobility as a major opportunity to drive business success. Today information workers are mobile, period. According to Radicati, the number of mobile users worldwide will reach 6.1 billion this year (with 11 billion mobile phones and tablets in use in 2016). It’s wise for enterprises to assume that every information …

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AIIM Reports Many SharePoint Projects Don’t Reach their Full Potential. Why?

This summer, AIIM surveyed its members. While 28% of information managers reported that their SharePoint projects have been a success, 55% indicated quite the opposite. The Impact of SharePoint – 2016 study explained that “most enterprise projects suffer from high expectations and low outcomes, so it is of no surprise that respondents view their SharePoint …

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