08 Apr

Exchange 2010 SP1 New Features

Microsoft has recently announced some new features that will be available with Exchange 2010 SP1 (anticipated in the summer timeframe of this year).  While a more detailed list is forthcoming from Microsoft, a few highlights can be found below: Archiving Enhancements – With SP1, you will be able to store a user’s primary mailbox in one Read more…

23 Mar

SharePoint 2010 / SQL Express Size Limits

The single-server out of the box SharePoint 2010 installation uses SQL Express, which comes with a 4 GB limit.  This is in contrast to SharePoint 2007 which used the Windows Internal Database, a version of SQL Express with no size limit.  If you’re upgrading an existing environment or planning to import a bunch of files, you Read more…

08 Mar

Simultaneous Editing in Office 2010 Web Apps: Only in Excel

Simultaneous editing for collaboration is one of the most hyped features in Office 2010, however it’s only supported over the web in the Excel 2010 web app.  For Word and PowerPoint simultaneous editing, you’ll need to have the full client versions of the Office 2010 products.  This will likely be a disappointment for people who were Read more…

02 Mar

SharePoint 2010: Office 2010 Web Apps

There has been a lot of chatter in the market about SharePoint 2010.    Kraft Kennedy is currently running the SharePoint 2010 Beta, and is in the process of seeing which features could most benefit our clients.  One feature that is not installed out-of-the-box (if there is such a thing as “out-of-the-box” with SharePoint) is the Read more…

17 Feb

How solid is your DMS Ethical Wall?

Security is always a concern in a law firm, and is especially important in the legal department of a corporation. Lawsuits sometimes include the company’s co-workers, competitors, or other sensitive information, where certain matter information needs to be completely hidden from all but a few matter assignees. Securing documents or DMS folders is often simply Read more…

17 Feb

SharePoint Redirection Options in Upload and New Item Forms

When you click “New Item” in any SharePoint list or “Upload” in any document library, SharePoint sends you to a standard form for creating the new item.  Behind the scenes, SharePoint also passes in two parameters to let the form know where to post the item and where to go after the item is posted.  Read more…

10 Feb

Patching your Windows Server Core 2008 Server with WSUS

One of our primary concerns here in the Support Practice Group is to maintain our clients’ networks in tip top shape, and this means regularly applying patches and hotfixes. At the moment, we are leveraging WSUS to monitor and deploy patches to servers and workstations at many of our clients, which allows us to select Read more…

29 Jan

Issue Transitioning to iManage 8.5 Update 4 from iManage 8.2

I recently performed an upgrade from iManage 8.2 to iManage 8.5 Update 4.    Update 4 was released on January 14th and resolves several issues regarding service stability and wildcard searching.  It adds support for the new WorkSite FileShare, iManage Workflow Manager, and iManage Digital Safe.  I plan on blogging about these modules soon, so keep an eye out Read more…

24 Jan

Useful Free Web Parts for SharePoint – Part 2

In a previous post, I discussed some useful free web parts for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.  In this article I’ll discuss two more very helpful solutions for building extranets in SharePoint and for building more advanced workflows in SharePoint Designer.

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