Greetings from Microsoft Ignite 2018. It’s already been a busy year for Content Services at Microsoft. Organizations large and small have turned to Microsoft for our content management solutions. Today, as we celebrate our customers’ success, we’re also please to share the news of our latest innovations:
Let’s take a deeper look at some of these.
The file card allows you to hover over a file name in Office 365 to explore new content intelligence, such as readability and key points found in the documents. Key points can also be edited directly in SharePoint. [Coming Q4 2018]
Images and other digital assets help tell a more dynamic story. SharePoint pages can already consume images and logos form Web search, file upload, and site assets. Now, the new central asset library lets you register one or more document libraries with images to be available anywhere in SharePoint for adding images – such as page headers, galleries, or web parts. [Coming early 2019]
The OneDrive mobile app is an easy way to scan documents and images into SharePoint or OneDrive. From on-the-go workers to traditional office locations, people need to be able to capture images for uses like site inspection, meeting notes, lab activities or event management. But integrating new documents into business processes often requires custom metadata to allow business process to run quickly and with precision – without waiting for someone to retag images inside a browser. Now, mobile capture on OneDrive lets you enter any default metadata when you’re saving files directly to a SharePoint library. [Coming Q4 2018]
Office 365 already provides data governance labels to establish rules for records management and retention. Later this year we’ll be augmenting those with hierarchical file plans, allowing you to manage a range of retention labels with identifiers, departments, categories, statutory references and more. File plans can be exported from Office 365 for easy editing in Excel, and then reimported to update label rules.
Establishing information rules is just the start of governance. You also need to measure the application and usage of labels to understand how your file plans are effective, and where they may require updates. Label analytics allows you to map and review the usage of retention labels, providing feedback to help continuously adjust and improve governance.
Microsoft has already had labels to establish retention and records management. Later this year, we’re releasing two new label capabilities:
We love coming to events like Ignite to hear more about our customers and partners’ success with Microsoft 365 and content services. We’re proud to be part of solutions that have helped City of London, USC, Robertson Group, Speirs & Jeffrey, Shoosmiths, US Federal agencies and many more. Learn how from our case studies published on the Content Services Resource Center. (https://aka.ms/odsp-cscs)
We are also honored to be able to announce the newest members of the Microsoft Content Services partner program for 2019. Joining the partners already announced earlier this year are Adlib, Agilisys, AvePoint, Bridgeall, Concept Searching, Fenestrae, HELUX, Information Leadership, Intelogy, K2 PSIGEN, Sword and VersaFile. Each partner has been recognized for their repeated, proven, and documented customer success with Microsoft Content Services.
You can learn more about each partner on the Content Services Resource Center. Congratulations to all!
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