What’s new in SharePoint server subscription edition

Explore the brand new SharePoint version with Microsoft MVP Todd Klindt, and see how SPDockit 12 can help you upgrade.

Discover the highlights of the newest SharePoint and how SPDockit 12 fits in

On November 2nd, Microsoft announced the release of the long-awaited SharePoint Server Subscription Edition. We at Syskit have an announcement too! SPDockit 12 is out and supports this brand-new SharePoint version.

What you will learn

Explore new features

Some of the most important novelties are the option to upgrade from SharePoint Server 2016 directly and support for the OpenID Connect (OIDC) 1.0 authentication protocol.

Discover the new subscription model

The new SharePoint version comes with subscription-based licensing. This is a significant change from previous versions based on a perpetual license model.

Check out how to upgrade with SPDocKit

No matter what server you are upgrading from, be it SharePoint 2016 or 2019, SPDockit will help you plan your migration and control what content you migrate.


Todd Klindt
Todd Klindt

Microsoft MVP

Todd Klindt is a Microsoft MVP specializing in Infrastructure and Administration topics for SharePoint and Microsoft 365. He has spoken at countless technical conferences all over the world and has written several books on SharePoint. Todd has had the pleasure of working with SharePoint farms both large and small. While SharePoint is his first love, Todd isn’t a one-trick pony, he also works with other technologies like PowerShell, SQL Server, Microsoft 365, OneDrive, and Azure AD.