Catapult, a Quisitive company, is a Microsoft-focused solutions and services firm that specializes in imagining, building and sustaining digital transformation and cloud-based solutions that people love to use. Catapult has consistently been recognized as a leading Microsoft Partner with 10 Advanced Specializations and 17 Microsoft competencies. Recent accolades include 2020 MSUS Partner Award Winner Azure – DevOps, Top Microsoft 365 Security Partner for FY20, and being named a finalist of the Data Analytics 2020 Microsoft Partner of the Year Award. Catapult has offices nationwide.

Catapult Systems to the Rescue!

A data loss prevention company recently engaged a Microsoft partner for an Office 365 implementation. Unfortunately for the client, the partner sent in a SharePoint consultant who was not at all fluent in Office 365, and took six months to complete a project that should have been done in two weeks. After a long trial…

Time Service Configuration

  Overview Starting with Windows 2000, the operating system installs a time synchronization service by default, no external apps are required. The display name on English systems is "Windows Time Service" and the short service name is "W32Time". This service should be set to Automatic startup via Group Policy. If any firewalls are between the…

Catapult Helps Client Save $100k with Microsoft System Center 2012

A Houston-based energy company was paying $100k annually for McAfee Anti-Virus. As a Microsoft EA customer, they wanted to better leverage their Microsoft investment and replace McAfee Anti-Virus with System Center Endpoint Protection. Catapult initially presented a robust solution based on System Center Endpoint Protection for the protection, monitoring, and management of laptop, desktop, and…

Social Business

Social technologies are not only changing the way we interact with one another in our personal lives, they are transforming the relationships between businesses and their communities of employees, prospects, customers and partners. The term “social business” has emerged to describe this new dynamic, yet most executives are struggling to understand its application and impact…

replication for SYSVOL

Using Pipes in PowerShell (Tip #1)

  A pipe is a connection between PowerShell commands. Think of it like an assembly line: start with raw materials; pick, choose and modify; then finally package and execute. If you’re moving files around, start with the raw material, your SharePoint site. Next get the lists and document libraries in it. Then pick out…