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Colligo Deepens Its Integration with Microsoft Azure
The Colligo Engage Mobile Content Management Platform now uses Microsoft Azure Active Directory to deliver single sign-on; Microsoft Azure Stream Analytics; and Microsoft Azure API Management.
Posted Feb 16, 2016
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Colligo, a provider of mobile content management (MCM) solutions for Microsoft SharePoint, Office 365 and OneDrive for Business, has integrated additional Microsoft Azure capabilities into the Colligo Engage Console to enable businesses to integrate, implement, and operate Colligo's mobile content management platform as part of their overall SharePoint/Office 365 deployments.

"Today's enterprises focus on agile software development that responds to ever-changing customer demands," said Dan Mills, chief technology officer at Colligo, in a statement. "As part of the recent enhancements to our Colligo Engage platform, we've incorporated a number of additional Azure capabilities to ensure that our customers can easily integrate and operate our platform within their existing system infrastructure."

Colligo Engage supports federated identity management, ADFS, and Microsoft Azure AD, between its Console and companies' on-premises, cloud-based, or hybrid user directories. This new capability provides users quick access to Colligo apps through a single sign-on across all of their devices.

As part of its mobile app analytics strategy, Colligo has incorporated Microsoft Azure Stream Analytics into the Colligo Engage Platform to provide more robust app usage reporting capabilities. With Azure Stream Analytics, the user behaviour and content activity data captured by Colligo apps is continuously analyzed and made available to IT administrators for monitoring user engagement and compliance.

Colligo is working with the new Azure API Management, Microsoft's turnkey, cloud-based API management solution. This means that IT departments will soon be able to use their existing infrastructures to deploy and manage Colligo apps.

"The future of mobile content management hinges on vendors' ability to continually help their customers improve their systems to drive end-user adoption," said Nicole Herskowitz, senior director of product marketing at Microsoft Azure, in a statement. "Colligo is an example of how Microsoft works with innovative businesses who make use of our platforms and services to address the critical customer challenge. We anticipate Colligo will continue to partner with us to deliver innovate solutions to their customers."


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