harmon.ie SmartAssistant™

Bringing Emails to SharePoint and Microsoft Teams Conversations

Bringing Outlook, SharePoint, and Teams together

Business conversations are increasingly disconnected. Correspondence and document attachments occur with people outside your organization using Outlook, but internal storage and conversations happen in SharePoint and Teams. With harmon.ie SmartAssistant, now you can effortlessly drag and drop emails and attachments directly to SharePoint or Teams channels, so everyone’s on the same page.

How it Works
Smart Information Management

Classify both emails and documents quickly, easily, and accurately using SharePoint metadata, giving you greater visibility over their business value. You can also fulfill compliance requirements with our Retention Labels feature - all in a single step when you drag and drop content into SharePoint or Teams.

In-Place Records Management

While you work in Teams, emails remain in Exchange or SharePoint, and attachments are stored in SharePoint. harmon.ie enables you to apply retention labels to all content effortlessly, so compliance policies are fulfilled in the normal course of business.


You’re in Good Company

Join the thousands of organizations of all sizes who already use harmon.ie to manage emails and documents with SharePoint, Office 365, and Teams. See our customers here.

Latest News and Insights
Email Management with Teams: What You Absolutely Need to Know for Remote Working
The current lockdown hit you like a bolt of lightning. Your team wasn’t prepared to work from home… and the lack of notice sure didn’t help.  And you certainly didn’t have the tools in place to ‘work together while working apart.’ So, staying productive has been a huge challenge. Luckily, you had Microsoft Teams deployed. Unfortunately, people weren’t using it. Now they are, and it has been a godsend for keeping the team on the same page via its chat and meetings capabilities. On the other hand, integrating documents and emails into the remote work process continues to be a challenge. Document drafts are flying all over the place, bouncing back and forth between colleagues and outside parties like customers, suppliers, and partners.  Conflicting document versions and overlapping edits are rampant. But the real problem is email. While some of team continues to use email to communicate internally, everyone is using email to communicate with external parties. And while part of the business discussion is taking place in Teams conversations, a concurrent discussion is taking place in Outlook. Yikes. The good news is Microsoft Teams has tools to address this challenge, but you have to know how to use them AND you need to make the process easy for your employees, so it will ‘work as advertised.’ To learn how to bring email, documents, and Teams conversations together coherently, join the upcoming webinar entitled Email Management with Microsoft Teams: What You Absolutely Need to Know for Remote Working. During this joint harmon.ie / Solutions2Share webinar, David Lavenda, harmon.ie Chief Product Officer, will flesh out the underlying challenges in fusing email with Teams conversations; he will then show a practical solution for addressing the collaboration challenges, so you can ‘focus on work rather than on tools.’
May 2020 | harmon.ie Team
harmon.ie Awarded “Microsoft Verified Publisher”
harmon.ie is excited to be awarded “Verified Publisher” status by Microsoft at this week’s Microsoft Build Conference.  The announcement came as part of the launch of the Publisher Verification program, during which the following premier verified publishers were revealed: Why This is Important Publisher Verification helps customers verify the authenticity of app developers who use the Microsoft identity platform (Azure AD) to sign users in and call APIs like Microsoft Graph. When an application is marked as publisher verified, it means that the publisher has verified their identity using a Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) account that has completed the verification process and has associated this MPN account with their application registration. How Can You Know? A product that has been verified displays a blue "verified" badge on the Azure AD consent prompt and other screens. Here is how you will see that harmon.ie has been verified by Microsoft, when you authenticate for harmon.ie products: Why This is Important to Your Organization In addition to your own peace of mind that the apps you are using have been verified by Microsoft, there are benefits for your organization to using verified products. Publisher Verification gives IT administrators increased transparency into which apps being used by their organization are verified and unverified, and they can now configure consent policies based on verification status.  For example, admins can allow end users to consent to applications that have been publisher verified and require admin consent to apps that have not been publisher verified. To Learn More To learn more about the program, attend one of these Build sessions, entitled “Creating Trustworthy Applications with Microsoft Identity.”: aka.ms/M365INT108A (5/19 8:15PM PST)  aka.ms/M365INT108B (5/20 9:00AM PST) aka.ms/M365INT108C (5/21 2:15AM PST)
May 2020 | harmon.ie Team
harmon.ie Selected Microsoft Content Services Partner
harmon.ie is proud to have been named a member of the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program. The Microsoft Content Services Partner Program is designed to help organizations get the capabilities and control they need in their everyday work, with an end-to-end content solution, through services delivered by select Microsoft partners. These partners assist organizations around the globe deploy the innovative Microsoft Content Services platform across Microsoft 365, SharePoint, and Microsoft Teams technologies. As a long-standing Gold Partner in the Microsoft Partner Network, harmon.ie is proud to achieve this prestigious milestone. harmon.ie helps organizations get the most from their Microsoft 365, SharePoint, and Teams investments by making it easy for knowledge workers to capture, classify, and find important emails and documents. Finding emails and documents quickly is particularly important to Microsoft customers during the current pandemic crisis, when multitudes of workers are toiling remotely from home and they need to be self-sufficient. “We’re excited to be named an Associate Member of the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program,” said Yaacov Cohen, harmon.ie CEO. “This recognition represents harmon.ie and Microsoft’s joint commitment to help customers transform the way they work by simplifying and expanding enterprise email and document management using Teams and SharePoint, so organizations can meet their business directives.  Ultimately, we make it easy for users to focus on work by finding important information fast, which is important now more than ever, when people are increasingly working remotely.”
May 2020 | harmon.ie Team

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