Microsoft cloud content services

Enterprise content management ECM

The next wave of ECM

Content Services is a core offering for Microsoft in Office 365, OneDrive and SharePoint.  Our tenets:

  • ECM needs to embrace a holistic approach to managing the entire lifecycle of document creation, sharing, consumption, reuse, knowledge, and records management, archiving and disposal.
  • Content Services covers the first mile as well as the final nine of a document’s lifespan. We call this content velocity – as content moves through an organization it gains value as it accelerates information discovery.
  • Content Services is people-centric – allowing for personal management (copy/move, hashtags) and organizational management (knowledge management, retention and records management, information lifecycle management).
  • Policy and security: intelligent, simple, and automated – protect content at all phases of its life

The content services lifecycle - harvest, create, coordinate, protect

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Harvest

Intelligently analyze, discover, reuse, search, dispose of content
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Create

Create, collect, and classify the documents you need to get work done
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Coordinate

Share, discuss, and coauthor content using groups, metadata, taxonomy, Teams, Flow, and PowerApps
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Protect

Manage compliance and reduce risk with lifecycle, information architecture, auditing, rights management, and eDiscovery

White paper

Need to know more?  Download our white paper “Modernizing Enterprise Content Management with Microsoft Content Services” and learn more about our broad range of content capabilities.

Security and compliance questions? Just look at our white paper “File Security in SharePoint and Office 365” for an overview of security and compliance best practices.

eBook

Get started by downloading our free eBook about content services in Office 365.

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Learn more about Microsoft’s Content Services in our new interactive Sway presentation – with enriched videos and graphics.

Microsoft Mechanics - Enterprise Content Management updates in SharePoint

Ignite 2017

Harness collective knowledge with SharePoint and OneDrive content services (ECM)
See firsthand how we continue to push Enterprise Content Management (ECM) forward into the modern content services world. In this session, we review our investments and roadmap to help you create, coordinate, protect and reuse content.

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Customer Stories

Hershey enhances global brands and productivity with cloud technology

Case study spotlighting use of Office 365 for content creation and sharing to generate new content with internal and external partners for creative briefs.

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Cummins powers a modern workplace with Office 365 Content Services

“Today, we have an enterprise data management solution that adheres to our document classification and retention policies using Microsoft SharePoint Online.” - Josh Littrell - Director of Corporate IT

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Security & Compliance

Office 365 Trust Center

Learn about all the compliance and industry certifications offered in Office 365.

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FDA GxP Qualification Guideline for Office 365

This white paper assists Microsoft’s life science customers in establishing a qualification strategy for Office 365. We outline the responsibilities shared by Microsoft and its customers for meeting the regulatory requirements of the FDA.

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eBook: Security you can trust, control you can count on

This eBook provides an overview of Microsoft SharePoint and OneDrive for Business security and compliance capabilities designed to address the modern workstyle

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Demos

Manage Content at Scale with SharePoint Libraries

Learn more about how to manage large pools of content in Office 365 with this self service demo. It's a tour of OneDrive publishing, Flow, metadata editing in Word, the filters pane, file previews, attention views, bulk editing, data governance labels, and communication sites.

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SharePoint Conference 2018

Watch the keynote from Microsoft at SPC North America in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 21, 2018.

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