The Castle in the Cloud

July 11, 2017

Cloud Computing It has been over a decade since the term “cloud computing” started appearing periodically in conversations about technology. Today the industry consensus is “the future is cloud”, yet many organizations remain leery of the transformative effects of using the Cloud for business, despite its many advantages. The Castle in the Cloud The Craigdarroch Read More

How to Find Out if my Office 365 Storage is in Canada

July 4, 2017

Some people who setup their Office 365 accounts back in the day are curious about where there data is being stored. The “Where is my data?” Office 365 interactive data maps are great for showing where types of data live (such as Yammer only lives in the USA) however the map does not show where someone’s specific tenancy lives. You Read More

Should I Worry about Moving My Data in Office 365 to Canadian Servers?

July 4, 2017

Recently someone in asked me about where to store their organization’s data. They didn’t understand whether Canadian servers is a thing they really needed to worry about. In an attempt to not drown them in detail and be as high level as possible, I wrote this little summary: The Short Answer is: Find out if your organization is Read More

Technology Initiatives Help BC Citizens Engage with the Political Process

June 21, 2017

I’m really proud that our team at itgroove is helping the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia with various projects and initiatives to increase citizen engagement in our province using technology solutions. Here are two recent examples of work we’ve done to get things working for LABC: The LABC Public Website One of the most interesting parts of Read More

Custom Intranet Enhancements Allow Site to be Used for Project Management

June 15, 2017

When M’akola Development Services first approached itgroove, they were looking for someone to come deliver training on the most effective use of Office 365 for file and information management. I joined Alec for the initial session, as well as Sean for the follow up session, then delivered a few 1-1 sessions on my own. In the Read More

OneNote Online – Can You Spot the Difference?

June 1, 2017

Can you spot the difference? I don’t go into OneNote Online very often because I keep almost all of my OneNote Notebooks open in the Microsoft OneNote 2016 desktop program. Today we were preparing for some new hires that start next week so I found the Onboarding Notebook to see the Onboarding checklist. And something Read More

How to Sort Pages Alphabetically in OneNote

May 31, 2017

Question:  “Is there a way to sort pages within a section in a Microsoft OneNote Notebook other than manually dragging and dropping?” Use Case: A person has one OneNote Notebook to store recipes. Every page is a recipe. They sort their recipes alphabetically from A to Z. When they add new recipes to the Recipes Notebook (by scanning in recipes Read More

What is Onetastic for OneNote and Why Should I Care?

May 30, 2017

What is Onetastic for OneNote? Onetastic for OneNote is a multi-purpose add-in for Microsoft OneNote. It has been around for over five years (November 2011) and is extremely popular among Microsoft OneNote Power Users. It works with the OneNote desktop program (OneNote 2016, OneNote 2013, OneNote 2010). It does not work with the OneNote for Windows 10 App.   Read More

Quick Tip for OneNote Sync Issues on an Android Phone

May 29, 2017

Situation: My technology-literate friend was working with a OneNote Notebook stored in her work OneDrive for Business. She was using a PC laptop with OneNote 2016 and an Android (Samsung Galaxy) phone with the OneNote App installed. The Issue: Her changes did not sync between her phone and her computer. New content she added to the OneNote page via her phone Read More

Organizing Pages in a Section in Microsoft OneNote

May 9, 2017

When you start to use Microsoft OneNote to store all of your notes, the number of pages in a Notebook can become overwhelming. Visual clutter has a negative effect on my brain. I compare it to having 16 tabs open in an internet browser. It’s hard to focus. After a while you start looking for ways Read More

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