Document Import Kit (DocKIT) for SharePoint 2007 v3.9 released!

Our flagship SharePoint migration product, DocKIT for SharePoint 2007 has come out with a feature rich new version. This new version of DocKIT for SharePoint 2007 v3.9 is a significant release from the solution’s usability standpoint. Usability is something that we keep constantly improvising on. Our DocKIT customers would now be bestowed with the following […]

ARK for Exchange Server v6.0 released!!

This week continues to be special as we have rolled out a major version of Admin Report Kit for Exchange Server (ARKES) v6.0. ARKES, a powerful reporting solution for Microsoft Exchange Server is the next to follow our SPListX 3.1 release. The new feature-rich ARKES version is certain to add value to your IT infrastructure. […]

SPListX for SharePoint 2007 v3.1 released!

We have made a significant and much improvised release of SPListX for SharePoint 2007 version 3.1 recently. We have included a powerful feature to export documents and list items from SharePoint lists based on ‘Search Criteria’ provided by the user. This new feature uses the built-in SharePoint Search facility in the background to deliver the […]

SharePoint migration of file shares and folders using external metadata

One of the most common scenarios in SharePoint migration is the migration of File shares and folders from various sources – file servers, desktops and other storage devices. While the need for migrating files and folders is quite common, the task of getting this accomplished becomes very complex if there are a large number of […]

NTFS Permissions Reporting

NTFS Permissions reports on Files, Folders and Shares using Admin Report Kit for Windows Enterprise. There are several powerful features available in Admin Report Kit for Windows Enterprise to generate reports on NTFS permissions on files and folders residing in servers and workstations across multiple domains in the network. All reports may be scheduled and […]

Importing Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet data to SharePoint

Businesses using Microsoft SharePoint technologies host loads of information that are constantly created, modified, accessed and processed by its users. SharePoint servers store this information in what are called ‘Lists’ that typically resembles an Excel spreadsheet. As you may be aware already, you can import Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet to SharePoint [In your SharePoint site, select […]