Welcome to another exciting issue of our monthly Newsletter!
Each month, we try our best to bring to you content that is relevant and beneficial for you. So, if you would like us to cover any specific SQList feature or if you want to learn more about any SharePoint feature then please do let us know.
What has AxioWorks been up to?
The main focus of this month has been the SQList update planned to be released by the end of September 2021. In order to deliver the best possible product, we need to hear back from our customers, so the past one month we have been gathering feedback to help us establish the customers’ needs and preferences. We have been fortunate to hear that our product has been beneficial to a large variety of industries, and we will keep working hard to make sure that our customers’ needs are met accordingly.
Another exciting focus for AxioWorks this month has been our team expansion. We are proud to introduce the hiring of two Software Engineers through AcuGMS, as well as a brand new Sales and Marketing Manager. Welcome to the team, Ella, Akshay, and Uttam! With their help, we will be be able to close new partnerships, provide better customer service and product support.
Focus blog entry: SharePoint Spaces: Empowering enterprises to build Virtual Reality solutions
The World is moving towards virtual reality which is considered by most tech gurus as one of the technologies of the future. The capabilities offered by this somewhat magical technology are beyond the realm of the traditional way of how we perceive the designing of websites/pages as it will allow the site users to be fully immersed in the VR-enabled site pages. From an end-user perspective, this means rich interactions and capabilities which were not possible before, and from a website designer point of view, it will provide a completely new real estate to work on and they will no longer be bound to a 2D canvas which means they can be a lot more creative and innovative with their designs.
Read all about it in this month’s article: SharePoint Spaces: Empowering enterprises to build Virtual Reality solutions.
SQList feature of the month: Service Monitor Dashboard
Previously, the only way to check the status of lists which are being replicated via SQList was through Event Logs which was a bit tedious specially if you have multiple lists in each replication. Similar, it was difficult to troubleshoot if you have any errors in one of the lists being replicated as well.
In SQList 7.0, we have introduced a new feature called Service Monitor Dashboard which gives you a bird eye view of all the lists which are being replicated along with their progress. It also provides a quick way to see if there are any error during the replication process. You can also access the event logs for any specific list by double clicking on the list in case of any error(s).
If you want to know more details about this feature, check out the video blog explaining how it works: AxioWorks SQList Service Monitor Dashboard
Here is a small selection of interesting articles from the net.
Optimizing SharePoint performance in Microsoft 365
With great backend service power comes great productivity. Over the years, we’ve tuned SharePoint in Microsoft 365 to deliver turbocharged experiences. We’ve invested billions of dollars across research and engineering to drive massive improvements to the capabilities, performance, scalability, and security when working with documents, sites, integrated email, and chat content experiences, plus fast, efficient desktop sync.
Site templates are coming to SharePoint Online
Microsoft is introducing scenario-based site templates in SharePoint online. This new SharePoint release of scenario-based site templates will help you expand what’s possible with content, pages, and web parts while helping you quickly get started building your own site.
Top 80 SharePoint Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2021
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