In this blog I want to highlight 13 December 2022 – the date when Microsoft support for .Net Core 3.1 ends – and why it’s important for all Atlas customers to upgrade to Atlas 4.0 before that deadline.
And then there's the issue of security; after all, many of those documents and interactions between you and your clients contain sensitive financial and business information and neither party could afford to have that information go astray.
Knowledge management is an increasingly key focus in business, which makes sense given how knowledge management correlates to productivity and efficiency, and current concerns about looming financial storms. Smart businesses are bracing themselves, and much of their preparation hinges on more effective knowledge management.
In late 2020, Microsoft released SharePoint Syntex. A Microsoft 365 content service, SharePoint Syntex adds Artificial Intelligence content service capabilities to SharePoint document libraries, creating content understanding models that automatically classify the many and various documents in those libraries. Essentially SharePoint Syntex enables businesses to efficiently use the information stored in its documents.
Right now, as a global tightening of the belt takes place, anything that optimises your organisation’s ability to make the most of its hard-earned collective intelligence and to improve productivity, is going to be attracting greater attention.
(Ha. Who would have thought that SharePoint document libraries would become a sexy tech topic – again?)
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Casual interactions are a natural way for humans to connect, especially in an office environment. Whether it’s grabbing a coffee in the kitchen first thing, or throwing around concepts over the office water cooler, some of the most creative, profitable business ideas have come from these interactions.
Is employee knowledge sharing and management software to be a priority? Some companies might be inclined to put knowledge management software in the “nice to have” basket, but think about the impact of employee knowledge sharing or lack of it, especially in connection with high staff turnover.
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