The KnowledgeLake Team Blog
I couldn’t be more thrilled to join KnowledgeLake just twelve days before we jump into two of the biggest Microsoft events we attend each year. The Microsoft SharePoint Conference has a special place in my heart as it was item number four on a statement of work of mine for the SharePoint team way back in 2005. I am so proud to have been a part of this event’s inception, and to have produced it for Microsoft until we handed it over to Dynamic Events.
Are you trying to make sense of the information chaos within your organization? Are you seeking ways you can minimize risk and costs while optimizing the value of your content across your enterprise? We all know that the ability to efficiently and effectively govern the information lifecycle of all records throughout the enterprise is critical. Just managing the growth and variety of content and its locations alone is a complex process that can leave you feeling overwhelmed.
It Is Time to Combat The Chaos and Get Organized
The full KnowledgeLake suite of ECM products is now Office 365-ready with the release of KnowledgeLake Imaging for Office 365. Our solutions for Microsoft Office 365 enable information workers to easily and efficiently onboard, search, find and access paper or electronic content.
Welcome to the third and final installment of my humble guide to help you make your wildest feature request dreams comes true. If you missed one of the two previous posts, you can click one of these links to get caught up.
Tip #1: Help the vendor understand the problem you are trying to solve—not necessarily how you would solve it. Part 1
How do I manage my organization’s documents before they enter my Document Management repository? Sounds like a trick question or an oxymoron, right? Well, that’s a big part of what the Capture process is all about. Documents come into the organization from many different channels whether it be by mail, fax, email, EDI, FTP and other means.