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.
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.
With the date of GDPR enforcement quickly approaching, many businesses need to prepare their SharePoint environments in accordance with the data protection requirements.
SharePoint permissions are a very complex subject, mainly because there are so many permission types you can assign throughout your SharePoint environment. For SharePoint admins, IT person or site collection admin, to assign the correct.
During the last couple of months, you have probably heard a lot about the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation which will apply from 25th May 2018. The GDPR is all about data classification, so you need to prepare SharePoint.
We are delighted to announce that SPDocKit won the Best Management Solution in the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Community Awards 2017!
In this article we’ve included all the things you should keep an eye on before going into SharePoint permission management. These best practices we refer to both SharePoint on-prem and SharePoint Online.
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.
In this article we’ll be focusing on broken inheritance and unique permissions in a SharePoint environment, and how the lack of central permissions management can lead to a totally messed-up permission hierarchy and security breaches..