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Silverlight SlideShow Web Part for anonymous SharePoint Foundation 2010 sites (or why we eventually upgraded to SharePoint 2010…)

You may have not noticed it, but www.riolinx.com now runs on SharePoint 2010. You’re probably thinking “Big deal! The interface hasn’t changed that much, if at all”, and you’d be dead right. We certainly didn’t take advantage of the upgrade to re-brand our site, mostly because it’s time-consuming and not necessarily worth the effort at our stage. […]

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New Extradium Release (v. 2.1.6)

Extradium 2.1.6 has just been released, you can download it here. Improvements and bug fixes include: Fixed bug in Login Web Part (where entering a wrong user name or email would trigger an exception) Added mobile support to Extradium Login Page (_/1ayouts/exs/login.aspx, not to the Login Web Part yet) Removed red/white cross from Extradium Login Page […]

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Techtra and RioLinx Announce New Distribution Partnership

Techtra becomes the exclusive distributor of RioLinx’s flagship extranet solution for SharePoint Brossard (Québec), May 27, 2011 – Techtra, a winner of the 2010 Microsoft Partner Network IMPACT Awards and a leading provider of Business Processes Automation and Advanced Information Management solutions, announced a new distribution partnership with RioLinx, a San Jose-based provider of extranet […]

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Free SharePoint 2010 Upgrade Tools

Today, we’re happy to announce the release of 4 tools that can help SharePoint administrators in planning their SharePoint 2007 to 2010 upgrade. Best of all, those tools are completely free!  Just click on the following links to access documentation and download links: - SharePoint Custom Pages Auditor - SharePoint Web Parts Auditor - SharePoint Security Auditor - SharePoint […]

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SharePoint 2010 Upgrade Tool: SharePoint Security Auditor

Download Link   Purpose A SharePoint upgrade initiative is always a good time to do some house cleaning and the SharePoint 2007 to 2010 upgrade is no exception to this rule. Cleaning up a SharePoint environment typically goes beyond just deleting the obsolete content and should include a thorough security audit  to make sure that […]

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