The ESPC community once again recognized SysKit and the quality of our solutions, and this year we have two finalists in the prestigious ESPC Awards 2018! The European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference is one of the largest conferences and communities of its kind, and it gathers experts from around the world, this year in Copenhagen, November 26-29. The ESPC Community Awards promote, recognize and celebrate innovation and outstanding contributions in the community – voted by the panel of independent judges.
This year we are proud to announce that we have two finalists! Check out who is in the spotlight:
- In the Most Innovative SharePoint Solution category – “Disrupting SharePoint monitoring and troubleshooting with SysKit Insights”
- In the Best Management Solution category – “SysKit Security Manager – your SharePoint and Office 365 security ally”
Dear reader, we have decided to replace SysKit Security Manager with a brand new tool. Check out SysKit Point, a cloud-based Office 365 governance solution that offers even more functionalities!
SysKit pushes towards changing the way you do business with easy-to-use administration tools for SharePoint and Office 365. We are excited and honored to be a double finalist at ESPC Awards this year!
Don’t forget to stop by our SysKit booth during the conference, share your admin problems, get a demo tour of our products and get some cool stuff from our crew.
Sneak peek behind SysKit doors
SysKit is a software development company focused on creating high-quality enterprise monitoring and administration solutions for SharePoint, Office 365, Windows Servers, Remote Desktop Services, and Citrix environments. Our products are used by administrators and consultants all over the world and help them simplify server administration. Today, more than 50 smart and talented people work on our products which have been used by more than 3000 customers in more than 75 countries!
“No self-respecting SharePoint Administrator’s toolbox is complete without SysKit!”
Todd Klindt, SharePoint Architect, Microsoft MVP & SysKit Evangelist