RecordPoint uses labels for rules, categorizes content and applies events across multiple labels and systems to enhance event based retention in Office 365.
RecordPoint shows how the new event-based retention feature works in Office 365 and what it means to your Office 365 implementation.
One of the easiest ways to show a return on investment is to reduce costs. Read more on how to reduce your records management costs and improve your bottom line.
All organizations want to increase end-user productivity. Human capital is often an organization’s greatest asset, and it pays to maximize this benefit. However, often compliance can get in the way of increasing productivity.
Complexity is the enemy of productivity. If something is too difficult people will procrastinate and avoid it. The best way to escape this is to create processes and interfaces that are easy to use and enable the end users to accomplish tasks that are core to their job descriptions. RecordPoint has made it our mission to reduce the complexity of records management for your organization.
RecordPoint can modernize your organization’s documents and records lifecycle, reducing risk and makes the records management process more efficient.
We’ve always seen records management as something that occurs within a content system. We’ve carefully ensured that records were stored in the Records Management system, in the correct place, with the correct category and retention schedule. This way of thinking hasn’t changed much despite the advances in technology. But what if there is a better way to manage records?
In this presentation, we will take a closer look at the end user adoption work stream on an Office 365 project, and the associated roles, responsibilities, and tasks for the project plan. We will also review case studies to demonstrate how these differ based on the size of the project and the specific needs of the organization.
Microsoft Teams introduces yet another collaboration option to Office 365. It joins a full suite of tools designed to increase productivity and facilitate people working together. How is Microsoft Teams different than these options? How is it the same?
Microsoft Teams is the chat based collaboration solution from Microsoft, included with most Office 365 plans. We’ve had a lot of questions form customers and the community about this functionality. It’s easier to show Microsoft Teams, rather than explain it, so enjoy this 10 minute overview of the basic features of Microsoft Teams!