We have shipped SysKit 2016 R2 - 8.2.0. This minor release brings new features and improvements.
The holidays are coming and the SPDocKit team decided to surprise you with a new, totally awesome and above all, useful application to autodetect SharePoint farms in your domain aaaand *drums* wait for it… monitor farm performance in real time.
Have you ever faced an issue where you had no clue what was going on with your SharePoint environment, let alone what changed and what suddenly went wrong?
A week ago, Microsoft launched Feature Pack 1 for SharePoint Server 2016. This set of new features brings support for hybrid scenarios, some novelties for developers, as well as some useful stuff for SharePoint administration. This is why we.
We have shipped SPDocKit 6.3.0. This is a minor release which brings support for SharePoint 2016 Feature Pack 1 to the table - the new report for administrative actions, enhanced MinRole classification, as well as some bug fixes, are now officially.
In this webinar, we took a closer look at one of our latest feature – SharePoint performance monitoring. We divided this webinar into several sections so we could cover the main SysKit segments with an emphasis on how to effortlessly monitor.
The new SPDocKit 6.2 brings some brand-new features and important updates, as well as redesigned and re-engineered options. I’d like to discuss one of these, SPDocKit alerts. The big hype is about our alerts, which alongside SPDocKit help you.
In this blog, we’re going to describe how you can upload to a SharePoint library autogenerated documentation that you’ve gathered with SPDocKit.
SPDocKit 6.2 is officially available, and yes, we call this release a minor one, but let's be honest and leave all the modesty aside—nothing about this release is actually minor!