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OneDrive for Business – Q2 2019 Edition

In a nutshell, OneDrive for Business is your organizational home drive (personal files storage for users within your business). But it’s also much more than that. There are lots of intros to OneDrive for Business out there but the product keeps evolving and improving and as such, when I was asked to put together an …

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Office 365 – What’s New and Changed – January 2016

Special thanks to Alec (check him out over here – Alec’s Blog) for delivering this presentation today while I stay at home and nurse an epic man cold. Every Victoria Office 365 User Group, we recap/highlight what’s changed (’cause stuff is always changing) and this was my slide deck.   This is an embedded Microsoft …

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Egad. Microsoft Security Bulletin MS14-022 – Critical for SharePoint

Hey folks We’ve come across a SharePoint security concern that, if you are not already aware of, requires your attention. To be clear – we’re not fans of fear mongering. SharePoint patches pop up frequently.  We’ve identified this one as particularly critical. We are currently applying this patch internally to protect ourselves and to develop …

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Office 365 – The Basics, Canadian Edition, eh?

I presented the following today at the first (of many monthly) Office 365 User Group meeting in Victoria.  It seemed natural that after talking about Office 365 and Office Online, it made sense to share the slide deck embedded via PowerPoint Online.

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Victoria Office 365 User Group – Coming Soon!

We’re pretty excited here in the office as we are gearing up to announce and support a local Office 365 User Group.  Watch this space: and sign up.  The more the merrier!

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Office 365 Observations from a grizzled veteran of the SMB Space

As a big SharePoint fan and recently self-diagnosed Bob Ross of SharePoint, I’ve been watching and actively participating in Microsoft’s swift transition of key software and services into the Cloud. While BPOS was great, the name didn’t exactly mean much to customers. But with the words “Cloud” and “Office 365”, interest is increasing rapidly and …

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Office Web Apps 2013 and Project Server Licensing

Thanks to Robert in our office who took care of answering the following questions for me (thanks Rob), and now I’m sharing them with you… Here’s the questions (and answers) I asked Rob: Office Web Apps 2013 In 2010, if you had volume licensing, for each user you bought a volume license for, you could …

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Fix for The WebReady Document Viewing service has been disabled by the administrator for your organization

I got Exchange wired up with Office Web Apps tonight for previewing supported documents right inside Webmail but had to fight a strange issue. Your mileage may vary but thought I’d share the fix that worked for me… Reference Article: Before The WebReady Document Viewing service has been disabled by the administrator for your …

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I so need the cloud … or do I?

Everyone nowadays talks about “the Cloud” as being the next big thing that ALL companies should be looking at as a part of their IT infrastructure planning. The problem is that the term “Cloud”, has become so ambiguous and attached to so many things that it is hard for most companies to get a handle …

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