Report: How SharePoint administrators manage their environments and solutions

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Administrator report cover imageWe are happy to announce the publication of our 2018 SharePoint administrator report. it provides an insight in to the management of SharePoint, the verification and testing of solutions before and after deployment as well as an admin’s primary role within their organization.

For many organizations, admins are a crucial part of an IT team overseeing the overall operations and health of their IT infrastructure. In the case of SharePoint, they are monitoring and overseeing solutions that are in deployment. Acting as a gatekeeper, they grant access permissions and monitor activity making sure that SharePoint applications run smoothly, and all parties have access to relevant data and information for their needs. This can also include the security of sensitive or confidential information.

Microsoft MVP and Head of Product at Rencore Waldek Mastykarz adds:

Image Waldek Mastykarz“SharePoint administrators ensure that SharePoint applications, no matter how small, do not negatively impact on the SharePoint environment. They act as a quality gate between the SharePoint environment and SharePoint applications, and while an admin’s exact set of tasks differ per organization, one thing is sure. SharePoint administrators help organizations benefit from SharePoint and its rich collaboration features.”

This recent report joins the catalog of other materials published by Rencore that aid SharePoint administrators, such as the free SharePoint Framework for Administrators eBook which guides admins through best practices, and the free SharePoint Application Risk Assessment that helps organizations discover application activity within their SharePoint environment.

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Lee Sellen

Lee is the Product Marketing Lead at Rencore. He writes about a broad array of topics ranging from corporate, solution and product news to high-level SharePoint and Office 365 governance, modernization and risk topics. Lee is in charge of Rencore's research and reports unit aiming to gain new insights into how users work with SharePoint and Office 365. A passionate writer in all areas, he also covers Rencore events, webinars and other online activities.