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What’s New in Office 365 April 2016

Another month, another batch of updates to Office 365. At this month’s SharePoint User Group, I shared all that is new in Office 365 for the month of April, 2016.  This month we saw changes in PowerPoint, new stuff in Forms and Flow and OneDrive for Business … and all sorts of goodies. vSharePoint – …

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Office 2016 and the mystery of the missing Document Information Panel

Doing a quick scour of the Interwebs, it seems nobody has really posed this question or answered it. A little surprising too… So let’s do this… What The Document Information Panel (DIP) is missing/unavailable/gonzo/absent/gone/AWOL in Office 2016. Yep, it ain’t there. Usually Microsoft “deprecates” this functionality and provides some time to get used to the …

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Office Apps for iPad updated today

Microsoft is staying “Agile” with Office (for iPad at least) and released some new functionality today for Word (for iPad), Excel (for iPad and PowerPoint (for Blackberry … Just making sure you are paying attention…).

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First round of updates for Office Apps for iPad – Print Baby Print

While it might have seemed strange to not include printing support in the first wave of Office for iPad apps (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), I guess you had to stop and deliver a 1.0 at some point and frankly, the Office Apps for iPad didn’t disappoint. That said, there was feedback and as of today, …

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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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What are your “Pain Points”? We’d like to help.

itgroove is a business technology solutions provider. We have lots of tools and technology available that can be used to solve any number of business issues. And we have the knowledge and experience to map the solutions out for you, as well as the skills to implement the needed hardware, software and procedures. You have …

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