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  • Migration - 3 Smart Ideas

    1. Only migrate the active and useful documents- Well, that’s easily said but hard to achieve in practice. Chances are the users won’t really know their content and secondly, there is a natural reluctance to delete anything. The smart way to deal with this dilemma is to promise the users you won’t delete anything by moving all the content they “probably” don’t need to an archive area. Access

  • Five steps to an effective migration strategy

    Migrating content to the cloud has many financial, operational and reputational benefits, but the costs are often underestimated. Over the years, we have seen many organisations turn to us for help when their migration has not worked as well as they would have hoped.

  • Five Common Migration Mistakes

    Moving to the cloud delivers many viable benefits; it can expand your business, increase efficiency and move you on the path to digital transformation. With this in mind, it is important to get it right the first time. Below are five common migration mistakes to avoid when making the move.

  • 3 business benefits of adopting metadata in SharePoint document libraries

    As a business, key information can be hard to keep track of. Often, information is stored across emails, desktops, Dropbox, team sites, One Drive, the list goes on… So why not consolidate your information in one place where the data can be managed and protected correctly?

  • Protecting documents and emails with Digital Rights Management (DRM) in Office 365

    2018 is the year of the data-conscious consumer. Customers are becoming increasingly wary of their data trail and how businesses are stepping up to the mark to protect their personal identifiable information (PII). Many businesses are using **Office 365** to capture and manage documentation and email trails, but it is the Digital Rights Management (DRM) technologies within **Office 365** that

  • Over a third of British citizens intend to exercise their right to be forgotten

    Computer Weekly's recent report indicates that over a third of British citizens intend to exercise their right to be forgotten. Are you one of those businesses likely to be affected and are you concerned about how you will manage the process of dealing with these requests?

  • Managing your data with AI technology

    If you are responsible for managing your organisation’s data/information/content then you’re probably facing a pretty daunting task nowadays. There’s an increasing demand to not only protect the data, but also to maximise its usefulness, regardless of which repository it is being stored in.

  • Preparing for GDPR with Office 365

    As of May 2018, all organisations, whether they are within or outside the EU, will need to manage and protect their customer’s data in line with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Any organisation transacting EU personal data, will need to implement a culture of privacy by design across their organisation.

  • Why is Office 365 Tenancy "Lock-down" an important first step?

    **Office 365** is like a Pandora’s box – if opened without any governance standards, your organisation will quickly lose control of how information is being used. Microsoft has made it simple for users to easily create **Office 365** environments to collaborate and share content. However, this creates challenges for organisations looking to improve search experiences, whilst applying security

  • Why Nintex Workflow Cloud?

    For many customers looking to automate and simplify complex business processes, **Nintex Workflow** products provide the answer to their questions. **Nintex** for **Office 365** provides an intuitive BPM tool that is quick to adopt and fits seamlessly into existing SharePoint practices and, with integration to a suitable search engine, will prove invaluable once the General Data Protection

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