3 Reasons SharePoint Email Integration Makes Sense

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Email is of course omnipresent in everyone's daily business life. On average, knowledge workers send and receive more than 25,000 emails per year and spend as much as one to two hours per day reading and responding to those messages (source).

This problem has spread directly to the world of information governance as it is estimated that 10% of those emails should be classified as a record.

The infographic above spells out a potentially troublesome situation when it comes to email records. Let's discuss how SharePoint email integration can be beneficial in any organization.

Topics: Exchange , Email , SharePoint

December 9, 2016 by Andrew Borgschulte

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