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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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Year 5 – Renewed as SharePoint MVP

Got my email re: 5th year as a Microsoft MVP for SharePoint Server today. Always strange to get it on April Fools but real all the same. Thanks to all for your support. “Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2013 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders …

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Sometimes you need to tell SharePoint Publishing–“Activate Damnit!”

Ok, I’ve run into this enough times, I figured I’d share it. What Today’s scenario was that I was using Metalogix Migration Manager (or rather, Content Matrix as it is now called) to move a SharePoint Site Collection to a new farm. During this move, SharePoint Publishing got, er, buggered, for lack of a better …

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Nintex BC Ferries Case Study Released

Check it out! BC Ferries wanted to revamp its manual methods for updating crucial policies and procedures to consistently follow best practices and comply with changing regulations. The company worked with itgroove to implement eFleet, an automated, searchable system based on Nintex Workflow and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. The system cost less than one-third of …

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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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SharePoint 2010 is not supported on Windows Server 2012

This is subject to change as this likely won’t stay this way forever as newer cumulative updates come out, but at this writing, this is still the case… Folks, One might assume that the latest version of Windows Server (2012, due shortly) would work with the latest version of SharePoint Server (2010) … but one …

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Muhimbi–A conversation with itgroove

Back in early 2012 we knew from our conversations with itgroove, a Microsoft consultancy specializing in SharePoint, that our PDF Converter for SharePoint was going to play an integral role in the major project they conducted for their client, BC Ferries. In June we were incredibly pleased to see this project become nominated for the …

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Nintex is to SharePoint, as IFTTT (if this then that) is to The Social Web

My friend Gerry at RenRe made the comparison, so I’m not pretending this is original but I thought it was relevant/fair/cool. Nintex is a “workflow” product but frankly more times than not, we use it at itgroove (and our customers) as a SharePoint “Automation” product. And with the new Nintex Live capabilities (actions from Nintex …

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