vSharePoint September Edition

  • September 18, 2014 · 11:30 AM
  • Capital Regional District (CRD)


Presentation #1:
Timesheet Approval Process -
Kevin Dube, System Analyst, City of Langford
(20 minutes - PowerPoint slides + Live Demo)

Presentation #2:
VisualSP - The SharePoint Help System for End Users
- Kelly Marshall & Keith Tuomi, Training Consultant & SharePoint Consultant, itgroove
(20 minutes - Live Demo + Q&A)

Door Prize: one-year free subscription to access 800+ SharePoint Training videos courtesy of SharePoint-Videos.com.


Feel free to arrive at 11:30 for networking & refreshments;
Presentations start promptly at noon.



Timesheet Approval Process: The city of Langford has a homegrown timesheet entry system. This system has been integrated to SharePoint 2010 for submission and approval.  This presentation will show how the submission (via code) and approval (code – less) are implemented.

Kevin Dube has been working with SharePoint since 2008 for the City of Langford wearing many hats (support, administration & development). 

Kevin’s blog site is: http://www.greenroomsolutions.ca/blog/


VisualSP - The SharePoint Help System for End Users: Designed to reduce the load on the IT department/help desk team, VisualSP integrates support and training materials (including videos, documents, and images) directly into the SharePoint Ribbon to empower end users. Presentation will include feature comparison between paid (full featured) and free (lite) versions. Keith will address technical questions related to installation.

Kelly Marshall first met SharePoint in 2009, but didn't fall in love until 2013. She is passionate about inspiring others to get excited about technology, and researching tech tips to ease end-users frustrations.

Kelly’s blog site is: http://oh365eh.itgroove.net/

Keith Tuomi is a two-time SharePoint MVP with a background in development and a focus on building, tuning and troubleshooting SharePoint systems. He has been immersed in technology since the dawn of the internet era in the early '90s prior to receiving his formal training from the esteemed BCIT.

Keith’s blog site is: http://yalla.itgroove.net/

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