It has been almost three months since we launched our free SharePoint administration tool, SPDocKit Pulse. So we've decided to show you some interesting facts and stats about its users and their SharePoint environments.
This article discusses configuring SQL Server for SharePoint and how to fine-tune the SQL Server in order to coordinate the two to play nicely together. For optimal performance, you should validate certain configurations by community best practices.
The goal of this webinar was to help our users master the most popular SysKit feature: User Activity Monitoring. During the demo, we show which SysKit reports you should be using to detect idle users, track remote connections, and create automated.
In this blog post I’m going to discuss how to track admin user backend actions in the new SharePoint feature, Administrative Actions Logging, with the help of SPDocKit.
All enterprises need tools and procedures to keep content secure. SharePoint comes with a powerful set of tools that help you control access to content, but without a proper understanding of permissions, this task can be complicated and difficult.
First of all, we would like to wish you a successful new year, and we hope you had a great start to 2017! 2016 is behind us, and we will remember it for many good things!
Remote server management with PowerShell provides advanced administration capabilities, saves time, and prevents human errors. In this article, you’ll learn about remote server management tricks, PowerShell scripting, common system administration.
In a few days, we will be saying goodbye to 2016 and welcoming a new year. It was a very interesting year for the SharePoint community. Microsoft launched SharePoint Server 2016 as well as Feature Pack 1. We conducted our annual survey to understand.
Last week, Silvio and Frane held a webinar on the subject of PowerShell usage in server management, and in this blog post we bring you a recap of all the things you can do with a new SysKit feature—PowerShell administration.