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This week we wanted to share a great and often underutilized tool that Microsoft offers for its Outlook and SharePoint users.  As Microsoft gears towards establishing Outlook as their all-inclusive collaboration client, integration with SharePoint allows for very efficient access, preview, search and editing of document libraries. Instead of trying to do so myself, Microsoft does a great job of explaining how to implement and take advantage of the following features in their blog post Outlook & SharePoint – The Perfect Link.

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avatarMichael Baron
Technical Account Manager

Posted on May 20th, 2011. Filed under Popular Posts, Technical Education. 0 Comments

When you want to find out how to get somewhere, one typically pulls out a road map from the glove compartment – or nowadays the iPhone Map app. Regardless of the means, the objective is getting to your destination as efficiently and inexpensively as possible. You wouldn’t embark on a long journey without a map and you certainly wouldn’t jump into a business-changing technology decision without one either. In the IT services industry, this is referred to as a Technology Roadmap. It plots the state of your technology infrastructure as of today and where you would like it to be 2-3 years down the road. Before we go further down the roadmap, you need to first perform a network assessment. This evaluation of your systems determines what items need to be addressed today and which should be addressed tomorrow. Based on this information, you can integrate priority and timing into your Technology Roadmap – which together leads to phased IT projects.

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avatarMichael Baron
Technical Account Manager

Posted on March 18th, 2011. Filed under Compuquip News, Industry Updates, Popular Posts, Technical Education. 1 Comment