OneNote can now search closed Notebooks

January 21, 2016

Yep, been waiting for this one.  The OneNote team are being a little coy about this one, either because they are super modest or don’t want to make a big splash until they’ve worked out some bugs. Check it out. You can now search OneNote notebooks (at least today in iOS) even when they are Read More

Office 365 Upgrades

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

January 21, 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 Read More

Inbox Zero - What to do with emails

Inbox Un-Insanity – Follow Up and editing previous emails

December 24, 2015

What I thought I’d share a “Pro Tip” today. Perhaps it doesn’t work for everyone but here’s the “Why” for me. I’m an “Inbox Zero” kind of guy and strive to get there every day. I do most days, so pat on the back to me 😉 However, I don’t like the “weight” of tasks. Read More

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Windows 10 Edge now supports browser drag and drop

December 8, 2015

Well, look at that. I discovered (purely by accident, I was dragging and dropping *I thought* into IE11 but no, it was Edge!) that Windows 10 EDGE browser now supports drag and drop. I couldn’t find much out there in regards to an announcement (Sneaky, I guess while we the public test it ;). But Read More

Office 365 Video

Video in the enterprise goes ‘beyond the portal’

November 17, 2015

Mark Kashman from the Microsoft SharePoint Team asked for folks to spread/share the Office 365 Video love. And being that I’m a firm believer in “a picture is worth a 1000 words” and the fact Mark is rocking a killer mustache lately, I’m happy to oblige. This infographic highlights the many ways Office 365 Video Read More


OneNote, Office and I’m loving ‘agile’

August 12, 2015

You know what, I think I love this agile stuff. It’s like Christmas every few days. I’d much rather get incremental improvements, that keep pace with the industry and get to know them one at a time than relearn a product every 4 years and try to figure out what has changed. Exciting times ahead Read More

Dead Email - NDR Exchange Online to Exchange 2003

Office 365 can’t deliver email to Exchange 2003 Servers

August 5, 2015

What The issue was that the clients Exchange 2003 Server (32bit, on Windows Server 2003) was no longer receiving emails from Office 365 (Exchange Online) accounts.  It would take days to be aware of the issue as TLS connections would “hang/time out” but Exchange Online would continue to try and deliver the message until the Read More


Our Support Platform is Complete – Power Admin for the Win!

August 1, 2015

What Over the years, we have used dozens of management products. They’ve all tried to shoehorn us into delivering IT “their way”. You know, Managed Services, MSP, blah blah blah. Well, Victoria has demonstrated repeatedly that they don’t want this type of service (and in this Cloud First world, nor do many others up to Read More

Robert Dick. itgroove's Old Prospector

Pumped for Windows 10?  Are you running a business?  itgroove has some recommendations for you

July 3, 2015

Are you running a business or are you in charge of IT decisions for your company?  Our own Robert Dick, or as I refer to him “the old prospector” has some good advice before jumping into this awesome new Operating System. Test. Test. Test.  Then Enjoy.  It’s gonna be good. Check out Roberts video below. Read More

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