A drag and drop action within an app, without switching context and being compliant, is a game changer action for employees. This is especially true for Outlook emails and attachments that are deemed records. The intent, and requirement, is to put these “records” into SharePoint for enhanced tracking along with content collaboration improvements – without leaving Outlook.
The Intrazone continues to spotlight Microsoft partners, the people and companies who deliver solutions and services to empower our customers to achieve more. In our 10th partner episode, we talk with David Lavenda (Chief Product Officer | harmon.ie) and his customer, Daniel Stuch (Senior project lead – app dev | Bosch).
In this episode, we figuratively dig through Bosch’s emails, specifically their solution for how emails and attachments are now saved to SharePoint - readily available for future audits and e-discovery. The combined SharePoint plus harmon.ie solution helps Bosch manage millions of daily emails, including active business records that need to be accessed, shared, and worked on by numerous colleagues.
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