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.
In an ideal world, we would build our SharePoint Online tenant from scratch, following all the Microsoft best practices and life would be easy.
In this blog post, we'll cover some security checkups and best practices that every SharePoint admin should include in his administration process.
The new version of your favorite security management tool is out! A couple of exciting new functionalities await you: check the health of your Office 365 and SharePoint from a single report and manage your permissions much faster!
One of the core features of Microsoft Teams, as a collaboration hub, is a file-sharing function. In this blog post we’re gonna cover a few situations when file-sharing takes place, and show how to handle them.
SharePoint Online allows you to modify the document library by adding additional fields to expand the view for the library. One of these is called “Shared With.” If you wonder what it shows, look no further: here is a detailed explanation.
Recently we needed to retrieve a list of SharePoint site collections associated with our Microsoft Teams.This proved more difficult than we anticipated and could not find a straightforward solution. So in case somebody else stumbles upon this.