It has been about 7 months since our last major release, so what has the SPDocKit team been up to?
Last week we asked users of the Documentation Toolkit for SharePoint to share with us their thoughts, satisfaction and other feedback in order to make our tool even better. We are thankful to everyone who responded and filled the survey.
When you work as a consultant or as a SharePoint administrator, there are many things that you need to set up to get the best SharePoint performance. Moreover, you need to be very careful in planning the infrastructure and testing.
Many users wonder how much database space our SPDocKit takes. Willing to maintain our high support, we decided to test the application and find precise numbers.
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We have shipped the Documentation Toolkit for SharePoint 4.1.0. This is a minor release with a couple of improvements and bug fixes.
We are looking forward to our next European stops and two conferences that we plan to attend this May - meet us at:
In this post, we’re going to overview the components in SharePoint 2013’s Search Topology which can be very complex to configure. Here you will also find an overview and some useful instructions how to configure, monitor and document them.
We are working hard on new features that will help SharePoint administrators simplify the governance process of the entire SharePoint farm infrastructure.
In the first part of this article we talked about SharePoint role assignment, now we are going to cover other important segments of the permissions management in SharePoint 2013 - groups and permission levels.