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Installing Office 2010 Bundled with Office 365 via Windows Intune

Installing Office 2010 Bundled with Office 365 via Windows Intune

When moving small business to Microsoft’s Cloud-based services, being able to leverage Windows Intune to deploy software licensed via Office 365 provides value to the client by allowing them to fully leverage their cloud-based environment. The first requirement installing Office 2010 via Intune is to download the Office 2010 installer from the Office 365 … Read More

Microsoft Windows Server 8 and Active Directory Domain Services — If You Are a Fan of AD DS It Is Going to be a Great Year!

Microsoft Windows Server 8 and Active Directory Domain Services — If You Are a Fan of AD DS It Is Going to be a Great Year!

Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), and more specifically, its domain controllers, are the robust and reliable core of most our networks. While AD DS has always been amazing, network emergencies have always caused a drop in confidence for system administrators. For example, system state restores from backup haven’t always been as reliable … Read More

Salsa 2 – the latest and greatest from Salsa

Salsa 2 – the latest and greatest from Salsa

New Signature partner Salsa has announced the release of Salsa 2, which is a huge update that has many improvements over the last version.  Salsa emailed us to let us know about some of the improvements, including: Moving Salsa to the cloud using Amazon’s AWS service Adding more than 750 new features An updated … Read More

Changes to Events in jQuery 1.7

Changes to Events in jQuery 1.7

Javascript does event driven programming pretty well. Javascript was created, after all, to add interactive to webpages by responding to user’s clicks of the mouse, key presses, etc.  The events in Javascript are the glue that binds custom code to the user actions and browser changes. When jQuery first came along, events did not … Read More

Windows 8 Consumer Preview Launched

Windows 8 Consumer Preview Launched

Today Microsoft launched the latest version of their next-generation desktop operating system, Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Since the last developer preview, there have been a significant number of changes, including greater focus on mouse and keyboard functionality (for those of us not using touchscreens, yet), a new app store for Windows 8 applications, full … Read More