Project Cortex Update – July 8, 2020

July 9, 2020

The original article is published on the Microsoft Tech Community Project Cortex Blog.

We’re getting ready for our upcoming announcements for partners and customers at Microsoft Inspire this month.  Until then, here’s our latest set of updates.  See what’s next in our Office Hours series, see how organizations are using Intelligent Capture, tell us more about how you’ll use content connectors, learn how organizations use Microsoft 365 Content Services, and join us for more virtual events.

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More Office Hours meetings on their way…

We’re excited to extend the Project Cortex Office Hours series through the summer!

Tune in on July 22 (download invite) to hear Microsoft 365 and Project Cortex updates and news from Microsoft Inspire. And on August 12 (download invite) to learn more about the business case for Project Cortex.

Miss the last meeting? Visit the Office Hours series page for meeting recaps (like those below) and upcoming meeting invites.

Project Cortex spotlight

Watch the Microsoft Services roundtable on Project Cortex to see what Project Cortex is and how you can build solutions around it to solve real business challenges.

This roundtable discussion provides an overview and walk-through of core functionality and the architecture that drive these knowledge services. It also features a demo on how Project Cortex can be combined with other Microsoft 365 services, like Microsoft Search and the Power Platform, to build a purchase order dashboard.

Microsoft/AIIM Industry Watch 2020 on Intelligent Capture

Read the latest Microsoft/AIIM Industry Watch on four strategies to conquer information chaos with Intelligent Capture, assisted by AI. The report focuses on how organizations use AI to help automatically process and categorize incoming information in all forms as it enters the organization, and automatically extract the data and information that is necessary to initiate or drive core business processes. The report also includes 12 tips to set the right foundation for automated capture.

Want the stats to power your next conversation? View the related infographic: 10 things you need to know about Intelligent Capture.

Tell us more about content connectors

Are you using or planning to use content connectors to expand the types of content sources that appear in Microsoft Search results. If so, fill in this brief 10-question survey to tell us more about your interest in connectors – including building your own connectors.

Upcoming events

Hear more from Microsoft about Knowledge and Project Cortex at an upcoming virtual event.

Microsoft Inspire | July 21-22, 2020
Registration now open for Microsoft’s annual partner event!

Catch up on recent events

SIKM Boston: Overview of Knowledge in Microsoft 365 with Project Cortex (replay)

Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon (replay)

Galactic Collaboration Summit (replay)

GlobalCon2 (replay)

Learn about our customers and partners

Read our blog posts on how Microsoft Content Services partners help customers drive digital transformation and catch up on several customer stories from our partners:

Compliance and records management

Colligo Email Manager and Microsoft 365 enabled a global equipment supplier to inform responsive sales outreach

Information Leadership implemented Microsoft 365 at Central Hawke’s Bay District Council for widespread Public Records Act compliance grade EDRMS

Repstor helped National Grid use Office 365 to enable greater consistency and efficiency in legal matter management

Workflow and extensions

MondayCoffee helped R&M introduce a digital workplace based on Microsoft 365

Information Leadership helped Gisborne District Council develop a new Microsoft 365-based intranet

Adobe Sign and Microsoft solutions helped Iowa State University Foundation maximize investments

Mint Group is helping CIDB embrace digital transformation with Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, and Azure

For more related stories, see our Case Studies library on the Microsoft Tech Community Resource Center.

 

Visit the Project Cortex resource center to learn more.  Thanks.

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