Talk of OneDrive has been on the lips of many SharePoint and Office365 users recently. Microsoft has announced a substantial list of improvements and updates that will be made to OneDrive by the end of this year.
Last year, Microsoft launched Microsoft Teams—a tool that raised a lot of dust. Teams, part of the Office 365 pack, bring together all the functionalities of other Office 365 tools to create a unique collaboration and communication hub for teams.
By default, every user from your organization has a right to create an Office 365 Group. It’s a big plus for collaboration, but it’s an even bigger headache for management.
We are excited to announce the latest release of your favorite SharePoint security management tool. With this newest version of SysKit Security Manager, controlling the growth and security of your SharePoint environment is easier than ever.
There are many ways to create Office 365 Groups, some of which people are still not aware of. That may lead to the accidental creation of Groups, which can cause unnecessary consumption of resources. Here's a list of 8 ways to make your Groups.
External sharing in Office 365 and SharePoint Online makes collaboration between companies, clients, and partners easier than ever before. It allows unlimited collaboration, with people inside and outside your company. So it's extremely important.
One of the key benefits of living in the SharePoint Online cloud is the ease of collaboration, not just with your co-workers, but also with all the partners and vendors. External sharing gives people outside of your organization access to certain.
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.
During the last couple of months, you have probably noticed a lot of buzz from the community about Office 365 Groups, what they do, why they are great for your team, and their pros and cons. Basically, Office 365 Groups bring a powerful toolbelt.
In this blog post we’re focusing on last week’s webinar given by Toni Frankola and Maja Blazek in which they introduced SPDocKit 7 and its new features.