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Cloud adoption is a fact. Also for content management. We see a growing number of organizations that have made the choice to move their content and content processes to SharePoint online. This road towards the cloud isn't always easy, and many challenges arise from migration requirements. Xillio has seen them all and created an as-a-service white glove approach to safely move your content into office 365 from any source. Or secret ingredients are adding value by selection only the valuable content, restructuring and enriching based on the requirements of the users. Another important aspect is reporting on all migrations steps to ensure compliancy. Basically you can sit back and relax and watch it all happen. Trusted and easy.
In this presentation, learn how Gimmal and Stoneshare collaborated to provide a records and information management platform for Canada’s ninth-most populous municipality that simplified administration, made compliance with local and federal mandates easier, and extended the value of information. With integrated email management and a simplified user experience, the City of Brampton can rest assured that vital municipal records and other content are managed, retained, and disposed of according to a predefined information lifecycle.
Let's take a high level look at how SharePoint can help to organize, filter, find, and present your content. There are a variety of ways to leverage SharePoint managed metadata capabilities and other features such as default folder metadata and document sets. With these tools you can meet specific needs and accommodate your organization’s information management and information consumption preferences.
Centering on global top 40 law firm Eversheds Sutherland's approach to exploiting Office 365 for matter management, we hear how the firm focused on its need to give each fee-earner the ability to access and share case documentation readily across locations. Fusing Outlook, case management and Office 365 Eversheds Sutherland has maximised fee earner time and transformed transparency by giving them access to their matters directly within Outlook, whether on- or offline, while enjoying rich email management, document management and search capabilities all directly within their familiar Outlook environment. Other example use cases of Office 365 for Case Management will be highlighted and cited.
Digital workflow and content automation for O365 replaces manual and paper-based processes by integrating tools, automating hand-offs and replacing other repetitive tasks. An emerging discipline tied to the larger trend of Digital Transformation, digital workflow and content automation (WCA) for O365 transforms business operations by replacing manual and paper-based processes with digital workflows, automated document generation, and real-time process analytics. It is a key step on the path to becoming a fully digital business.
SharePoint's always been a great home for managed content and teamwork. And in the cloud we bring unparalleled capacity and performance alongside security and productivity innovations. Learn how Microsoft Content Services in Office 365 provide simple powerful tools to empower creativity and teamwork with world-class management and governance. Create, manage, and deliver content at scale with Office 365.
Join Dustin Ray, Business Process Analyst at McKinley Irvin as he shares insights into how this legal firm overcame slow paper-intensive processes and un-auditable email requests, with the no-code FlowForma BPM tool for Office 365. Learn how Dustin quickly brought processes online such as employee onboarding and payment approval. Discover how McKinley Irvin’s adoption of a low code workflow tool has helped this firm realize impressive process efficiencies, freeing up the brain time of their legal staff, letting them focus on client needs, rather than time-consuming day-to-day tasks. Hear too how the firm is meeting important regulatory requirements, all while maximizing their existing Microsoft investments and advancing their digital transformation strategy with FlowForma BPM.
Engaging users is one of the most difficult parts of any information management implementation. It’s not about the technology, but there are things that the technology can do to help make the job of engaging your users easier. We’ll look outside information technology to understand how people decide to adopt things and what we can do to encourage it. Along the way we’ll learn what doesn’t work for motivation, and how to trick the users into the behaviors that you want.
Microsoft® SharePoint® and Office 365 are widely used for enterprise-wide collaboration and communication in order to boost user productivity. However, enterprises need to integrate collaboration and content into ERP, CRM and other critical business processes. OpenText™ Extended ECM for Microsoft® SharePoint® provides this integration, as well as a 360-degree view into structured and unstructured content.
Rob Bogue will share his thoughts on how the architecture of your SharePoint implementation can be maximized for information management efficiency. He'll address questions like:
- Why is information architecture still important in a world of fast search and seemingly limitless storage?
- What is the most important thing to learn about information architecture?
- How will hub sites and communication sites change information architecture in Office 365?