Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes is something we like to hear in a song, and we do not like to see in our Office 365 tenant. Well, no worries, no more unwanted changes, with the new version 7 of SysKit Security Manager.
“There is a Flow which publishes on Twitter the name of every file that someone uploads into our document library, and I don’t know where it is, who made it, and how I should delete it!”.
This week, we held a webinar with the one and only Todd Klindt about Office 365 Groups management. We all know how tough Office 365 Groups administration can be. All those orphaned Groups, guest users, and dead Groups content make admins cringe.
Nobody likes SharePoint farm documentation. I'll take that back, everyone loves documentation when they need to read it, no one likes to write documentation.
SysKit Monitor is one of the first products from SysKit. As such, it has been present on the market for many years now and it has served many happy users.
Our SysKit Security Manager development team keeps impressing us – the new version of your favorite Office 365 admin tool is out and its ready to rock!!
The SharePoint infrastructure can be quite overwhelming. It takes a lot of time and experience to understand how everything within it works. And even then, much of it remains a mystery. Precisely because of this uncertainty, we are quick to jump.
When we first launched SPDocKit, it was a tool that helped SharePoint administrators and consultants generate farm documentation in just a few easy steps. It was a time-saving gem that people instantly recognized and loved. Now, just a few years.
Office 365 Groups are one of the most popular Microsoft tools. There are many places inside the Office 365 platform where you can click a “Create a Group” button. On top of that, anyone with the Office 365 license can create a Group without.