These days, data security is a hot topic. Although SharePoint is a great team collaboration platform, it also brings significant security issues if it’s not used properly.
With the date of GDPR enforcement quickly approaching, many businesses need to prepare their SharePoint environments in accordance with the data protection requirements.
As a system administrator, you should be aware of who is doing what, when, on what server, and from where people are connecting in order to keep Remote Desktop Services (RDS) secure. So, to keep the environment secure, you need to perform remote.
SharePoint permissions are a very complex subject, mainly because there are so many permission types you can assign throughout your SharePoint environment. For SharePoint admins, IT person or site collection admin, to assign the correct.
SharePoint environments can vary from single server farms to dozens of farms made up of hundreds of servers, but they all have things in common - It’s really important to continuously monitor your servers, ensure maximum uptime, and most.
During the last couple of months, you have probably heard a lot about the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation which will apply from 25th May 2018. The GDPR is all about data classification, so you need to prepare SharePoint.
GDPR will affect almost all of the ways in which an organization processes personal data. Arm your organisation on time with essential tool belt to establish all the compliance obligations!
We are happy to start 2018 with exciting news for our company. We are announcing that we have sold our SQL Manager business to Redgate Software and that Redgate Investments has made an investment in our company.
Each year, we conduct our annual survey to get a better insight into SharePoint environments, explore the infrastructure plans for the upcoming year, and better understand how organizations use SPDocKit. View our infographic and explore results!