Microsoft Cortex paves the way for AI-enabled knowledge management

If ever there was a reason to swap legacy legal document management systems for mainstream Microsoft 365-based matter management, this is it.

The potential for artificial intelligence, and machine learning in particular, to transform enterprise content management has been clearly identified. And no sector stands to gain more from this capability than the professional services world, which is so closely bound with hefty and complex documentation. So it was amid great anticipation that we welcomed the recent unveiling of Microsoft Cortex.

Project Cortex is a suite of new Microsoft AI tools, designed to analyse content created across the Microsoft 365 platform, and shared across teams and systems – to form an on-demand ‘knowledge network’ across the enterprise which is organised and updated automatically in connection with common topics. (It also offers the facility to automate processes based on content discovered and extracted from incoming documents, with the potential to save busy knowledge workers a great deal of time scouring files for the critical information they contain – something I’ll cover in my next blog.)

AI for all

For the professional services world, and for legal teams in particular, the arrival of Cortex is potentially transformational. Up to now, AI-based tools for legal teams have tended to be expensive, niche products designed for specific tasks such as automated contract assembly or document content analysis. But now that Microsoft is championing AI-based content services, richer and more diverse capabilities will come with reach of entire enterprises, potentially spanning multiple use cases -including all kinds of legal applications. And it’s these legal uses cases that Repstor will be homing in on and making easy and intuitive for busy professionals.

So what can we expect in the way of improved knowledge management?

With Cortex, any client or matter-related content or information created or passing across the Microsoft 365 platform will be able to have AI techniques applied to it – so that it can be identified, categorised and discovered more readily, via smart automation.

This isn’t just about content itself, but about the wider picture – for example identifying the relevant people working on a particular client matter, the experts in a particular field, and/or the key documents linked to a given topic.

Powered by the Cortex AI tools suite, Microsoft 365 will be able to distil themes and key attributes from email, documents and teams activity to determine distinct topics and important materials and information linked to them, drawing all of this together so that it can be found instantly. Better still, teams will be able to guide Cortex in its learning so that it becomes more accurate at determining what’s important, or the topics to which materials and experts are linked.

Exponential efficiency gains

For legal teams under pressure to be more productive and contribute more directly to the business, Microsoft’s new smart knowledge management capabilities will save substantial time spent looking up related email threads; previous matters or contracts; or legal experts involved in similar or adjacent cases.

Although Microsoft may not have specific credentials in legal content management, this is where Repstor comes in – bringing the best of proven, mainstream, Microsoft IT to the intricacies of legal matter management. Put another way, we enable legal teams to benefit from the billions upon billions of dollars that Microsoft has invested in the latest, smartest and most secure content management, collaboration and business productivity software.

Content technology analysts such as Gartner are hailing Microsoft as a visionary leader in the field. It is no coincidence that Microsoft has invested billions and achieved industry leading set of patents on AI.   Repstor has fairly exclusive access to ongoing plans for the platform too, as an official Microsoft content services partner. This, coupled with our deep legal sector expertise, positions us perfectly to bring AI to bear where it really matters. So watch this space.


Repstor Continues to Convert the Legal World to Microsoft 365 for Matter Lifecycle Management

Enviable legal sector talent on both sides of the Atlantic along with Repstor’s Microsoft Gold partner and Content Services Partner status drive big-name client wins with corporate legal teams and private law firms in the UK and the US as the urgency around digital transformation intensifies

Belfast , UK –  September 14th,  2020 – Repstor, the Microsoft 365-based matter management specialist, has seen demand for its Custodian for Legal™ matter lifecycle management and interest in its new Repstor for Teams™ solutions soar in the wake of the global lockdown, as more legal teams seek more intuitive and mainstream ways to collaborate on their caseloads across distance.

Repstor’s clients around the world include North American law firm Charthouse Lawyers; international firms Adams & Adams and Konexo; Anthony Gold Solicitors, gunnercooke and Boels Zanders Advocaten in Europe, plus the in-house legal departments of UK Power Networks, National Grid, Wellcome Trust and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) All have turned to Repstor’s Microsoft 365-based legal software to deliver greater agility, visibility and efficiency as they progress and monitor client matters.

Repstor has bolstered its senior teams in the US and the UK in response to the explosion in demand for its legal solutions. Among the latest appointments are Kevin Bley, US Sales for Corporate Legal in the US – an experienced VP of sales with strong business development skills in IT and services, particularly linked to Software as a Service (SaaS). He joins Bryan Ferguson, Director of Sales for the Americas.

Heading Repstor’s global Legal Solutions organisation is co-founder Sheila Gormley in Belfast, UK. She is joined by Deirdre Sweeney, Repstor’s recently-appointed Head of Operations responsible for customer success. Deirdre has worked in the IT industry since graduating from Trinity College Dublin in 1987. Another highly-experienced member of the UK team is Principal Consultant for Legal & Professional Services, Leigh Smith, who joined Repstor from global law firm Eversheds Sutherland in 2018.

Repstor Custodian for Legal provides legal teams with a secure matter lifecycle management Solution for Microsoft 365 and Microsoft SharePoint incorporating document & email management and collaboration. Its soaring success with both corporate legal teams and private law firms is down to its accessibility, affordability and easy integration with existing systems.

Repstor recently launched a timely new solution, Repstor for Teams™, allowing legal teams to coordinate and progress all matter management in a secure, ordered and traceable way from within the mainstream collaboration hub, Microsoft Teams. The new Repstor solution comes in response to the sharp rise in Teams adoption seen during the COVID-19 lockdown, as dispersed colleagues have sought more spontaneous ways to stay connected and keep matters moving outside of the office.

“Repstor’s success in the international legal market has been phenomenal, and is a strong indication that the profession is no longer well served by complex, expensive, proprietary document management solutions,” commented Alan McMillen, the company’s CEO.

“Legal teams are voting with their feet and switching to software that’s intuitive, close at hand, and used by everyone. Repstor meets that need, giving legal professionals a single window through which they can monitor and manage matters right through to completion, in a fully compliant way, with everything they need to hand. Demand for our Microsoft 365-based matter lifecycle management solutions is stronger than ever, and with our expanding and deeply experienced team on both sides of the Atlantic, our clients couldn’t be in better hands.”

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Accounting 2020: accelerated digital disruption gives way to new national growth opportunity

Digital disruption in accounting: it started with cloud-based accounting software; received a boost from government digital tax initiatives; then COVID-19 came along to compound the imperative – for accounting firms to become more digitally advanced in their operations. This, in turn, is going to pave the way for huge, irreversible change for the industry – something firms need to be ready for, while it still presents an opportunity for them to differentiate their services in new ways.

Accountancy Age has been charting the acceleration of digital transformation across the sector since the arrival of COVID-19, noting the growing sense of urgency for firms to update their capabilities.

This is not just because clients expect it, or even that the current climate demands it. The wide-scale acceptance of digital ways of working also presents an opportunity for accounting professionals to think about what they do in new and innovative ways.

A new era for accounting

Post lockdown, accounting firms and their clients have realised that remote collaboration works perfectly well and saves everyone a lot of valuable time. This realisation, coupled with now-widespread familiarity with Zoom and Microsoft Teams, has set new expectations about how accounting work should be managed in future.

For clients, it is a relief not to have to keep track of paperwork as digital records become the norm. When they can submit documents online at their own convenience, knowing the details can be retrieved and reviewed at any point (via a client portal, for instance), there is new efficiency and peace of mind. No one likes meetings, especially if they are paying for the time involved.

For accounting firms, advanced document and process digitisation makes it possible to improve margins, as professionals are able to recoup time previously spent attending client meetings or chasing paperwork.

Moreover – and this is the exciting part – they can start to think about growing the business geographically.

Location no longer matters

In a post-COVID world there is no reason why a small firm in Leeds couldn’t go after business in Hertfordshire. If everything can be done very efficiently at a distance, location ceases to matter.

But this is where firms need to be clever. As physical boundaries dissolve, competition between service providers will soar – and it will fall to each firm to find new ways to differentiate its services. At one end, this is likely to include driving costs down through new process efficiency, enabled via automation and client self-service (eg letting clients upload their own documents or retrieve their own records). At the other, opportunities will be linked to smarter analytics and new value-added services.

It’s why we’re seeing such a surge of interest in Microsoft 365 as a default platform for organising and running accounting operations.

Invest where the innovation is

Microsoft 365’s core functions and means of navigation are already familiar, comfortable and used every day by almost everyone – including clients. So, rather than spend a fortune on special software to support digital reinvention, accounting firms can simply meet clients where they already are.

There’s so much more to Microsoft 365 these days, too – and Microsoft is enhancing and adding to the platform all the time, with the very latest technology. Beyond Outlook, SharePoint and Teams, tools like Cortex, PowerBI and Power Automate make it possible to streamline and optimise workloads. For an accounting team, the ability to rapidly retrieve the details of any clients advised on previous HMRC updates could allow professionals to proactively target these accounts next time there’s an update to tax requirements, for instance.

Repstor can provide direct integration with existing business systems, providing vital links with existing document and information sources, so these are readily discoverable from within Microsoft 365 applications. By helping professional services firm move from costly, bespoke or ‘best-of-breed’ solutions to this powerful, extensible and commonplace platform, we help them take advantage of the billions of R&D dollars MS has invested in it – to transform the way they work, compete and win.


Repstor to launch Repstor for Teams™ at ILTA>ON 2020

As well as providing easily customisable security and information compliance controls, the native Microsoft 365 solution unlocks Teams’ potential as the default central hub for all matter activity

ILTA>ON, August 24-28th, 2020 – Repstor, the Microsoft 365-based matter management specialist, has chosen ILTA>ON 2020, a major international event for the global legal technology community, for the formal launch of its timely new solution, Repstor for Teams™.  This enables legal teams to coordinate and progress all matter management in a secure, ordered and traceable way from within the mainstream collaboration platform.

The rise & rise of Teams

Repstor has created its latest native Microsoft 365-based solution, Repstor for Teams, in response to the sharp rise in Teams adoption seen during the COVID-19 lockdown, as dispersed teams sought more spontaneous ways to stay connected and keep matters moving once outside the office.

Designed specifically for law firms, in-house legal teams and other professional service providers, Repstor for Teams enhances the Teams experience for users, so they can default to the platform as a hub for their everyday matter work. Intensifying pressures on legal operations, including the need to support more dispersed teams and pursue new operating models, have exposed inefficient practices including modes of document sharing and client collaboration as part of ongoing matter management, and now more than ever Teams addresses that gap.

“Teams is being keenly adopted right across the legal sector, to the point that pretty much everyone has it now,” notes Fergus Wilson, Repstor’s CTO. “It’s the natural way to stay connected with peers and clients – but there is so much more to it than its collaboration capabilities. And it’s that potential that our product is designed to unlock for legal teams.”

Where other Teams ‘companion’ products focus predominantly on basic teams creation and lifecycle management, as well as security controls, Repstor for Teams goes further. “Deriving full value from Teams is about so much more than information housekeeping – tracking conversation threads and deleting content when required,” Fergus explains. “Repstor’s expertise with the Microsoft 365 platform allows our integration to go so much further.”

Beyond compliance: creating a single window on all matter activity

As well as allowing organisations or individual departments to tailor their own security settings, teams lifecycle management and information compliance controls, Repstor for Teams provides direct links to firms’ existing systems of record as well as time management and billing systems, providing a single window into all client activity while closing the loop on document and email filing.

“We make it easy to create teams with all the right parameters and controls, the right look and feel for the given purpose, intuitive dashboard navigation, and direct links to core systems – from document management/systems of record, to time and billing systems. This means busy lawyers and administrative assistants can quickly find everything they need via a single viewpoint.”

Repstor for Teams offers substantial efficiency gains for legal operations. When Forrester reviewed Microsoft Teams for its potential in 2019, it noted that many of the savings associated with using Teams were linked to people having everything they needed available in a single space. It identified that information workers could save more than one hour per week by not having to switch between applications. “Access to third-party and line-of-business apps inside Teams from any device benefits all workers, especially remote workers,” Forrester’s report noted. During the COVID-19 lockdown, these findings bore out for all kind of professional services providers.

Poyner Spruill is an early customer of Repstor for Teams. The firm’s CIO, Ellen Kinsinger says, “The great thing about Repstor for Teams is that it takes our use of Teams to the next level – and we can feel relaxed about people using it extensively in their work because Repstor makes it so easy to set up the right controls for each use case. Teams is fast becoming our de facto way of working and, thanks to Repstor’s intuitive controls and navigation, that will have a very positive impact – both on people’s productivity, and on morale.”

Repstor will be demonstrating the new product at this year’s virtual ILTA>ON international legal technology event, which takes place online between August 24-28, 2020.

About Repstor

Repstor is the Microsoft 365-based Matter Management company. We specialize in optimizing Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams productivity and information control for law firms and in-house legal teams.

We enable legal teams to coordinate and progress all matter management in a secure, ordered and traceable way from within Microsoft 365 and Teams. Harnessing the investment already made in these platforms, we offer substantial efficiency gains for law firms and legal operations.

Firms including Adams & Adams, gunnercooke, Boels Zanders Advocaten, and legal teams within major brands such as IATA and National Grid are among the many organisations globally that enthusiastically use our solution, Custodian for Legal™, which is cloud-hosted, affordable and very easy to deploy.

For more information, visit or find us on Twitter at @Repstor1.


This year’s ILTA>ON, aimed at the global legal technology community and hosted by the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), will take place virtually – online. The five-day conference, taking place August 24-28, 2020, will offer comprehensive peer-driven programs, educational content, and face-to-face virtual networking. It will see industry experts and the legal community come together to discover and evolve successful legal operation strategies for today’s transforming legal industry. ILTA is the premier peer networking organization, providing information to members to maximize the value of technology in support of the legal profession.

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Accelerating digital transformation post-COVID: what next?

A practical guide for professional services firms looking to consolidate their content access and collaboration capabilities to support more diverse and dynamic working models.

The COVID-19 lockdown has been a tough test of professional services firms’ agility. Whether dispersed teams have been able to quickly access the right content, exchange the latest information with colleagues and clients, and keep consistent and compliant records that can be traced back after the event, depends a great deal on their IT setup.

Many firms immediately ran into problems.

Inevitably this has intensified the urgency around digital transformation – particularly to fill gaps in provision for remote working and dynamic collaboration. It is no coincidence that professional services organisations, small and large, have become bolder in their ambitions – and are now looking purposefully at ripping out bespoke content management systems in favour of a simplified, consolidated, cloud-based platform strategy.

Find out more here. 

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The big clear-out: content platform consolidation will be a legacy of COVID-19

As I’ve noted previously, the COVID-19 pandemic has intensified the urgency around digital transformation. Many professional services firms aren’t simply reviewing their IT now. They are talking purposefully about ripping out the legacy of bespoke and stovepipe content management systems in favour of a simplified, consolidated platform strategy.

No half measures

We hear it in almost every client interaction today – with small legal teams, mid-sized accounting practices and Big-4 consulting firms. All accept that ways of working will never be the same again. Microsoft Teams has become so intrinsic to everyday practice that managers never want to revert to former means of collaboration. If ever there was a time to go ‘all in’ with Microsoft 365, it is now.

One of our newest customers expects to save more than 50 per cent of its IT costs by consolidating all of its activities on MS 365. As well as reducing costs and simplifying its IT estate, bringing all users onto the same platform accessible from anywhere, defaulting to MS 365 will pave the way to all sorts of new state-of-the-art content management capabilities and features as these become available.

The rise & rise of Microsoft 365

The uptick in more widespread use of the Microsoft platform is palpable. By mid-June, MS Teams use was up 894 per cent on mid-February – further boosting take-up of MS 365 which had already recorded 58 million additional seats in the six months to March.

Crucially, Microsoft no longer positions MS 365 as an ‘office suite’, but as a cloud-based platform underpinning an extensive suite of integrated applications – as well as smart business/process analytics, and continuous access to cutting-edge innovation.

All of this has huge appeal in the professional services sector, where we know from direct conversations across the spectrum, from the big 4 right through to medium and smaller professional services firms (and also legal firms) are busy rethinking their operations.

Take Microsoft Cortex, which will pave the way to automated knowledge management and instant information discovery across entire global organisations. For an advisory firm, this could help teams call up examples of relevant previous project delivery, and leverage successful work in future engagements – accelerating outcomes, improving the client experience, and boosting margins.

As more firms consolidate their content management on MS 365, Repstor provides an essential bridge – enabling tight integration and intuitive content management exchange with core business systems.

We can also help distil greater insights about working practices, as organisations explore scope to be more efficient – by being smarter in their resourcing, or by digitising and automating more processes.

Microsoft Teams isn’t just for collaboration: It’s the ideal everyday workspace

Teams ‘companion’ products that focus solely on information compliance are missing a trick. Getting the best from the platform means setting it up in a way that feels natural and helpful to users, so that it becomes a one-stop desktop and dashboard for entire workloads

As I’ve noted in recent blogs, use of Microsoft Teams has proliferated beyond all expectation especially since March. The platform’s ready availability, intuitive ease of use, and inherent compatibility with other everyday Microsoft 365 tools, have made it an instinctive way of bringing together a diverse range of dispersed people to work productively in perfect synchronisation.

To prevent associated information chaos, Repstor and others have been promoting solutions that help bring content management under compliant control. For legal firms and professional services providers, freedom to collaborate is a mixed blessing. Without appropriate levels of security, and without systematic filing and traceability, there is a risk of sensitive content finding its way into the wrong hands, for instance. Critical updates to the status of content, or of client accounts, could be missed, too. Fortunately, with the right solution, these issues are easy to address.

A single point of coordination for all client work

Firms’ optimisation of Teams should not begin and end with compliance, however. Teams is not just a collaboration tool: seeing and treating it as such is to massively underestimate its potential. When Forrester sought to quantify the benefits of Teams, it noted that many of the savings associated with using Teams were linked to people having everything they needed available in a single space – or, more specifically, the reduced need to switch between different applications to look for information needed to complete tasks:

Forrester found that information workers save more than one hour per week by not having to switch between applications. “Access to third-party and line-of-business apps inside Teams from any device benefits all workers, especially remote workers,” it noted.

We go further – so your people don’t have to

Making Teams work harder and deliver more for legal organisations and professional services providers is our priority at Repstor. We tick all of the compliance, security, lifecycle and content management boxes that information managers require too of course – but we go much further.

We strongly believe Teams has the power to transform the way professionals work on client engagements and legal matters, by acting as the coordinating central window to and control panel for all of the work involved. We facilitate this by providing direct integration with existing systems of record, as well as practice management and resource planning systems – plus other time-saving Microsoft 365 tools like Planner.

We also make it easy for organisations or specific departments to customise the way Teams looks and feels – and provide intuitive dashboards that help pinpoint teams quickly by client or activity.

The great thing about Teams is that its use is already almost universal, so convening everyone on the same platform and coordinating the way they work has never been easier, or more affordable.

The challenge now is not to limit what professional service providers and legal firms do with it.

Discover more

We have demostrated the unique capabilities of Repstor for Teams and provided some handy ‘tips from the field’ in our previous practical, bite-sized webinars – to watch these on demand click here

Reinforcing business continuity post COVID: lessons professional services firms have learnt

There is nothing like a global pandemic to test organisations’ business continuity plans, and when whole countries locked down almost overnight earlier this year, it exposed the gaps in their provisions – something I touched on in my last blog.

How well-equipped were staff to work from home, in reality? How easy was it for them to access the latest client and engagement/project/matter information, collaborate and maintain productivity, when whole teams were dispersed suddenly?

While some were quick to improvise, many professional services firms were caught on the hop. Not all staff had laptops; nor secure access to files stored at the office. Many had to resort to workarounds to pass files back and forth in order to progress client work. All the while, IT departments and information compliance teams have had the huge headache of how they might bring everything back together if and when ‘normal practice’ resumes.

As that process begins – as businesses continue to reopen, and managers map out a post-pandemic workplace (which supports social distancing, and caters for those team members with underlying health conditions/who may be shielding vulnerable people at home) – firms are looking with a new sense of purpose at where their business continuity provisions fell short and how to plug any gaps.

Speed matters

BUT this is not a time to map out ambitious IT projects with two-year timeframes. As the COVID lockdown highlighted, successful adaptation is about speed – and Repstor, harnessing the familiar MS 365 tools people already use every day, is perfectly geared up to facilitate this.

When Kari Vislosky, Canada’s VP of People Solutions at Baker Tilly, recently reflected on the rapid transition towards remote work during lockdown, she described it as an exercise in ‘getting the job done’ – in contrast to the usual process of assessing all the options from every angle. In the light of COVID, she notes, the firm will be reviewing its relationships with technology.

Baker Tilley is far from alone in this, something we’ll  come onto in our next article – a reflection on the accelerated digital transformation and platform consolidation efforts the pandemic has inspired.

De-risk staff turnover or unavailability by freeing email’s treasures

Success relies on making it ‘trivially’ easy for colleagues to capture, share & find the latest discussions or documents linked to a client activity as part of routine behaviour

As lockdown continues to ease and employees return to the workplace in some capacity, managers must consider what happens next. This is in an industry where, already, a 20 per cent annual staff turnover is not uncommon – and many employees will have been reviewing their priorities and future options over the last few months, just as employers must now rethink the workplace.

All of this exposes firms’ dependence on email as the primary means of discussing client engagements/projects/legal matters and sharing associated documents. As soon as someone moves on, or isn’t available for any reason, any important correspondence with a client or information about the latest status of an account or decision is rendered inaccessible to anyone not included in the most recent email thread.

Transformation that harnesses the way people work already

When there are so many new and dynamic collaboration platforms and tools to choose from, it seems incredible that email remains as prominent as it does today for passing files back and forth. Yet this is the reality. The practice speaks volumes about the way users work habitually, and what comes most naturally to them. This is something organisations need to try to work with, rather than against, as they strive towards more productive and reliable collaboration.

Too often, content management solutions require that users engage take special action, or open a new window to store the latest version of a document or information from the associated narrative -so that its contents become accessible to authorised colleagues. If this interrupts that person’s immediate activity, some level of resistance is inevitable. This is especially true as long as individuals are able to quickly search back through their own email inbox to find whatever it is they need.

Filing content in context

To get users on board with consistent, shared-access document and email filing, firms need to make it ‘trivially easy’ for them to comply with the desired default method. For the content to be meaningful and useful for any authorised user, meanwhile, documents need to be stored along with the latest commentary: in other words, the email threads accompanying the latest attachments.

Microsoft 365 paves the way for exactly that. Boosted by Repstor technology, it enables and encourages users to store project-related emails and attached documents in preferred shared file stores without having to leave the familiar environment of Outlook.

Better still, machine learning helps the system to recognise related email threads, so the appropriate folder is flagged automatically as the destination repository.

Why not see for yourself?

Failing to tighten up email activity is not an option. As long as valuable information is locked in individuals’ personal email folders, productivity will be compromised.

We’ll be showing just how easy it is to transform email and document storage with Microsoft 365 in conjunction with Repstor technology in our next bite-sized webinar on July 30th. Register here.

Transform how your firm handles email & document management

Engage users in compliant content filing, however and wherever they discuss and collaborate with documents

It’s the age-old problem, which was magnified a thousand-fold during the lockdown. How to get users to adhere to a standard, agreed way of managing content across the lifecycle of client engagements, legal matters or other projects.

Even today, co-workers tend to default to email as their primary means of discussing, circulating and collaborating on documents and related status information.

A risk-free reset

Sometimes it’s easier to accept that this is the way that works best for users, than to try to change people’s entrenched behaviour. If Microsoft Outlook is the favoured way of communicating, why try to force users to switch to other applications to manage content? It will feel unnatural, and could interrupt workflow.

But, even if Outlook serves as the default window to content, there does need to be some control over where the latest versions of documents and related correspondence are filed. Otherwise, firms end up with multiple, siloed emails and documents – strewn across hard drives, Exchange, and document management applications.

At the same time, this chaotic approach to content management can result in preferred document repositories such as SharePoint or specialist document management systems suffering low adoption. This undermines the organisation’s investment in those systems, and means users can’t fully trust the content stored there – ie whether they are looking at the latest content or related information.

Equally, users will be missing out on MS 365’s inherent document collaboration capabilities – if these haven’t been rubber-stamped as an approved vehicle for everyday content exchange.

Make Outlook the enabler

The good news is that Outlook-driven content management best practice is well within companies’ grasp, and doesn’t require any major upheaval – or for organisations to abandon existing systems.

Because actions speak louder than words, we’re going to show you how to make a success of all of this in a new bite-sized webinar on Thursday July 16th.

In this short, practical session we’ll demonstrate how, using Repstor technology, you can make Outlook the default window on content, while simultaneously enforcing controls over where matter/project/client engagement-related email correspondence and documents are retained and accessed.

So that latest versions are always easy to locate and refile, from within the familiar everyday Outlook interface.

See for yourself

Watch and learn how to:

  • Bring emails and documents together in SharePoint;
  • Expose new capabilities in the familiar environment of Outlook and everyday workflow;
  • Make light work of filing emails and attachments;
  • Promote routine email and document management best practice – harnessing the way users already work instinctively; and
  • Provide a consistent experience on demand, whether users are working on their desktops, mobile devices, or offline.

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