Microsoft has consolidated all of its Office applications, cloud services, and security functions under the name Microsoft 365 since April 21, 2020. This platform is already available to many companies as enterprise license packages (e.g., an E3 or an E5 license). And that means they have access to Microsoft Content Services as well.
Category: digitize your business processes
A vital step of Enterprise Content Management is document ingestion, i.e. the processing of incoming documents. Paper documents need to be digitized, data has to be extracted, and – eventually – documents have to be filed and forwarded to downstream processes. If this sounds boring, it’s because it actually is.
Document ingestion is a tedious, highly repetitive task. And done in a classical way, it is highly labor-intensive. Hundreds of hours of manual labor are spent on manual data entry in order to (re-)capture information from paper documents that have started their lives as digital documents in the first place. And if this sounds absurd to you, it’s because it is.
SharePoint or Teams? Many companies have to address this question when they want to establish a platform for internal collaboration and document management. In the end, both Teams and SharePoint are from Microsoft. Are you wondering what the difference between the two of them is and which application you should use? Those are justified questions.
Who doesn’t know it – “I heard it through the grapevine”. Smiled at by many, but immensely important for companies. In addition to the classic gossip during the lunch break, important company information is brought into the company via word-of-mouth propaganda” and ensures better internal communication. What role does an employee app play in the communication?
An open and good internal communication culture leads to increased employee satisfaction in companies of all sizes. Always being informed about news, changes and trends is essential for the successful employment of employees.
The fourth step of the cloud migration journey involves tasks related to the procurement and cloud provider management, as well as iteratively measuring the success of the cloud.