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.
Every year we conduct a survey to get a better picture of how organizations use our SharePoint administration tool SPDocKit, and to get an insight into their SharePoint environments and their plans for the forthcoming year.
SysKit Insight 2.0 has been released. We have conducted thorough research and numerous interviews with SharePoint admins to find out what most troubles them. While it became very apparent that SysKit Insights was the favorite SharePoint.
Microsoft just announced the official release of SharePoint Server 2019! It brings an entirely new user experience and new modern sites, lists, pages, and libraries. Those of you who are responsible for SharePoint administration and architecture,.
SPDocKit 8 is live! After months of our extensive surveys and research, we created what true SharePoint heroes—admins and consultants—said they need. The new version has powerful auditing, analytics, and content reports.
It has been quite a ride since 2009 when SysKit (then Acceleratio) first started out. Imagine … two young fellas, wearing worn-out sweatpants and working out of their bedrooms, wanted to make some monitoring tools. No, no, you’re not reading the.
SharePoint empowers tens of thousands of companies around the world, including 80 percent of Fortune 500 companies. With a huge portion of businesses relaying on SharePoint for a constantly increasing amount of content, many administrators find.
In order to troubleshoot and properly fix the problems in any application, administrators needs to use logging systems. SharePoint's logging system is called ULS log (also known as the diagnostic logging in Central Admin, among few other names) .
I’ve been working with SharePoint since 2002, and really been up to my elbows in it since 2006. Every time I hear about a new version coming out I still get all excited like I did on the first day of summer as a kid. Last month, at the SharePoint.