Microsoft Office 365 migration is all the rage these days. Everyone’s doing it. And while it’s natural to be excited about getting to taste the sweet nectar that is SharePoint Online, you have to be patient and plan your Office 365 migration.
Finding the right and prompt information about user activity in the vast expanse of your Office 365 cloud can be a real pain in the neck. You can spend minutes and even hours searching for the right Office 365 audit logs.
Audit logs are your go-to resource if you’re interested in what’s going on in your environment, be that managing Office 365 Groups, or what’s going on with your various resources on Azure, or even who is accessing and moving files around.
Office 365 Groups are spreading like wildfire, and as they become more and more important it’s crucial for Office 365 & SharePoint admins to have a firm grasp over them. To ensure that, Todd Klindt held a webinar “Demystifying Office 365 Groups”.
Your IT provider hooked you up with Office 365, but you're not sure everything is set up as it should be. Here are the top 10 Office 365 best practices every Office 365 administrator should know.
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.
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.
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.
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.