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Dad. Husband. Drummer. Learner of Things.

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And then there was one (handset)

And then there was one… Microsoft Teams Voice for the Win! We love our Microsoft Teams based phone system.  We have just ONE handset left and that is simply to ensure we have a phone someone could pick up in a hurry to make a 911 call.  Outside of that, everyone is enjoying a combination …

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The Cloud Disruption Story – itgroove moves to QuickBooks Online

Hey folks, I’m doing a 20 minute presentation next week (Thursday, April 20th) at the Office 365 User Group (free pizza, if you register!) where I’m going to talk about why and how we moved from QuickBooks 2016 (the desktop software) to QuickBooks Online.  It isn’t going to get terribly technical but I’m aiming to …

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Bye Bye Wallet, Hello Wallet Phone Case

I’ve been on a quest for some time now to reduce all the clutter in my life.  And I’ve just about got it all tricked out.  OneNote and SharePoint up until this point is the central theme in just about anything and everything that has led to my organized happiness, both business and personal. This …

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Nintex Mobile 2.3 for iOS corrects issues with File Attachments not uploading

There is a new build of Nintex Mobile (2.3) out yesterday that adds some new functionality but most importantly, corrects a pretty disruptive bug. The Bug Error Message: “Invalid number of attachments for document” The previous Nintex Mobile App for iOS had an annoying bug. I couldn’t upload attachments anymore and it stopped us from …

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OneNote for IOS gets an update

Nifty. OneNote got a similar “iOS7 Style” update a few weeks ago and today it rolled out to the iPhone, at least for us peeps up here in Canada, eh? A Quick Summary iOS7 Looks reduced app size by 20% Section Tabs are now configurable Office Lens – Scanner in  your pocket Quick Notes with …

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SharePlus gets a face lift

I’ve evaluated probably a dozen iOS apps for SharePoint and my favourite is still SharePlus. Several reasons factor into this including reliability, ease of use, support for blogs (a rarity it seems) and support for pretty much any relevant mobile device. And now it has the iOS 7 look and feel (or rather, it has …

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OneNote makes me smile. Today it’s more iOS love and respect

Man I love me some OneNote.  And every time I notice the client in iOS gets updated, I just have to have a look.  This week, Microsoft introduced version 2.2 and pretty much only pointed out that it was “beautifully redesigned for iOS 7”.  I need to agree, as some of the attributes of the …

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Nifty tool for showing iPhone and iPad screens on the PC

Stumbled across this nifty tool, ReflectorApp today while looking for a solution to provide better support for my family. You see, I convinced everyone in my family to get iPhones so that I wouldn’t have to help them.  This backfired a little as it seems even the iPhone can be complicated for newbs and now …

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Outlook Web Access (OWA) for iOS

Microsoft is sure churning out the apps for iPad/iPhone and other mobile devices. This time it is OWA (Outlook Web Access) for iPhone/iPad The Good I don’t love using the iPhone/iPad mail client to connect to Exchange/ActiveSync. It gets the job done, but it isn’t “great” Slick/Tidy/Clean. It’s all “Metro, er, Windows 8 UI, er, …

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