Content management

An Introduction to Microsoft Project Cortex

An Introduction to Microsoft Project Cortex By Jason Burian on February 6, 2020 Microsoft Project Cortex brings enterprise-class knowledge management, powered by AI, to M365 that categorizes and unlocks all an organization’s information. The Microsoft Project Cortex AI analyzes information in Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange, and Teams and then organizes this content into easy-to-use, wiki-type topic…

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KnowledgeLake’s Secret Weapon: The Data Gateway

KnowledgeLake’s Secret Weapon: The Data Gateway By KnowledgeLake on January 27, 2020 Most cloud service providers commonly suffer from a lack of connectivity to the data in on-premise systems that provide the information necessary for integration. This presents a problem for organizations that have security concerns around hosting all of their data in the cloud…

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Four Key Findings of the AIIM Office 365 Industry Watch Report

Four Key Findings of the AIIM Office 365 Industry Watch Report By Tori Cameron on January 17, 2020 Regardless of how you feel about it, most organizations use Office 365 and/or SharePoint in some capacity. But are they using it as effectively as they could be? This idea is central to the most recent industry…

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Cloud Content Management: The 5 Biggest Benefits

Cloud Content Management: The 5 Biggest Benefits By Tori Cameron on November 22, 2019 It’s like that time you attempted to “fist-bump” a coworker but he tried to “high-five” you instead. Many organizations are finding themselves in a similarly awkward position. While the technological needs and corporate culture is shifting, some organizations haven’t budged from…

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The Top 5 Benefits of Using a SaaS Platform

The Top 5 Benefits of Using a SaaS Platform By Tori Cameron on October 28, 2019 If you’re researching any new software tools to help your organization, chances are it’s a Software as a Service, a SaaS platform, or application. SaaS is a software licensing and delivery model allowing businesses to “subscribe” to a software…

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Why Become a KnowledgeLake Partner?

Why Become a KnowledgeLake Partner? By KnowledgeLake on October 24, 2019 KnowledgeLake seeks out talented, trusted organizations who share our passion for delivering modern solutions to support our clients’ evolving needs. Working with an ecosystem of diverse partners helps KnowledgeLake transform the way organizations tackle their document processing and management challenges. When joining forces with…

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How Automating Your Document Workflows Can Benefit Your Organization

How Automating Your Document Workflows Can Benefit Your Organization By KnowledgeLake on August 15, 2019 Once upon a time, the concept of a document workflow consisted of sliding paper documents into a manila envelope or accordion folder and then scrawling the name of the next person to review the information on the back. The contents…

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Document Digitization: Turning Data Into Knowledge

Document Digitization: Turning Data Into Knowledge By KnowledgeLake on August 8, 2019 Differentiating Between Data, Information, and Knowledge We often hear that organizations are drowning in data but aren’t quite sure what to do about it. The first step to solving your problem is not only understanding the difference between “data,” “information,” and “knowledge” but…

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Data is More Important Than Ever: A Microsoft Ignite Recap

Important Data

Data is More Important Than Ever: A Microsoft Ignite Recap by Brad Porter on Oct 12, 2018 Microsoft Ignite was all about using your data The energy of Microsoft Ignite is still in the air here at KnowledgeLake. The use and access of data seemed to be one of the biggest themes at the conference…

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7 Aspects Ensuring Successful SharePoint User Adoption Plan

SharePoint

7 Aspects Ensuring Successful SharePoint User Adoption Plan by KnowledgeLake on Jun 26, 2018 There is more than meets the eye when ensuring successful SharePoint usage in your organization. Simply launching the platform and sending out an e-mail to the prospective users practically guarantees a “shelfware” scenario. A business system like SharePoint needs to be embraced by…

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