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Tag: document management

  • Colligo Claims It Improves Office 365 Content Sharing

    With a new upgrade its iOS Engage app, Colligo gives Apple users the ability to copy content between the app and SharePoint, Office 365 and other cloud file repositories. Along with the integration of additional data repositories, the Colligo Engage iOS App v7.

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  • Doc Mgt Roll-Up: Improving Productivity

    Doc Mgt Roll-Up: Improving Productivity

    Microsoft has upgraded a number of apps that give workers more efficient ways of creating, accessing and buying document related software. The big announcement this week was the launch of Office for Android phones, which went into preview five weeks ago and are now generally available.

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  • 15 Years of E-Signatures: Time to Toss Your Pen?

    15 Years of E-Signatures: Time to Toss Your Pen?

    Get out the birthday candles. June 30 is National E-Sign Day and the 15th birthday of the US National E-Sign Act, which declared paper signatures and electronic signatures equal under federal law. The act didn't set the world on fire.

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  • Doc Mgt Roll-Up: MS, Box Grow Closer

    Doc Mgt Roll-Up: MS, Box Grow Closer

    There have been a lot of changes at the executive level at Microsoft in the past week. But one thing that hasn’t changed is the pace at which Microsoft is upgrading or adding new functionality to its Office products.

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  • Want Your Office 365 Files Back? Ask Vera

    Want Your Office 365 Files Back? Ask Vera

    Inside Office 365 and inside the firewalls, it’s relatively easy to track files.  But what about content created in Office 365 apps, but stored outside OneDrive for Business? Or what about files beyond the firewall? Palo Alto, Calif.-based file security vendor Vera claims it has the solution.

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  • Facing the Facts About Information Management

    Facing the Facts About Information Management

    In the comments on my last post, someone lamented that it didn’t seem to matter too much whether you stayed on shared drives or moved to an enterprise file synch and share (EFSS) product like Box or Dropbox, that SharePoint seemed to be universally hated and that no one was

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  • Can AvePoint Boost SharePoint Adoption?

    AvePoint today announced a general release of Office Connect. The product pulls Microsoft applications together and consolidates content to simplify its migration to SharePoint.

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  • Doc Mgt Roll-Up: Microsoft, More

    Doc Mgt Roll-Up: Microsoft, More

    A month after Microsoft opened up Office 2016 to general preview, the company claims more than one million customers have signed up to test it — and adds that it has kept pace with updates and upgrades. Some of the most interesting features focus on document collaboration, including: Real Time Presence: This allows

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  • The Beauty of Analogies over Jargon

    The Beauty of Analogies over Jargon

    During the course of this file share clean up project, I meet regularly with everyone: my IT partners, the department focal points (i.e. Super Users), as well as the content custodians. My contacts are both locally and globally located.

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  • What If the Founding Fathers Had E-Signatures?

    What If the Founding Fathers Had E-Signatures?

    Say what you want about the merits of e-signatures. But in this hypothetical case, one thing is certain: had they been around in the summer of 1776, they would have changed the course of history — if not for the United States, at least for John Hancock.

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  • Alfresco Taps Microsoft Exec for Public Sector Job

    Alfresco has the public sector in its sights. No major surprises there: the company has been working with the public sector for a long time. However, Alfresco has shifted its gears recently with the appointment of Austin Adams as its vice president of public sector business.

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  • News You Can Use: MaritzCX, The Document Foundation

    News You Can Use: MaritzCX, The Document Foundation

    The latest in viewing and appointments from the Divided City and the City of the Saints. Look But Don’t Touch The new Android app for LibreOffice teases a bit.

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  • Goodbye Outlook.com, Hello Office 365?

    Microsoft is making good on hints it revealed at its Ignite conference earlier this month: It's moving its email service Outlook.com closer to its other productivity apps, notably Office 365. Outlook.com will run on Office 365 technology with an Office 365 interface, Microsoft announced today. Moving Outlook.com In this morning’s blog post  from the

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  • Alfresco Brings BPM, ECM Closer Together

    Alfresco has taken another step to close the gap between its enterprise content management platform (ECM) and its business process management (BPM) offering. It's enhancing both platforms — Alfresco One and  Activiti — with the release of new modules for analytics and media management and upgraded BPM capabilities.

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