Nearly eight months have passed since we introduced CloudKit 365, and now we have some great news: CloudKit 365 is officially out of preview!
Over the last couple of months, our CloudKit 365 team has been further developing this cloud-based solution to offer even greater features. May we add that due to our loyal customers’ suggestions and valuable insights into their user experience, we’ve been able to offer a more stable tool to accompany Office 365 administrators on their daily journeys.
Some of the core features haven’t changed, though we’ve added some new reports and upgraded the whole service. Among the changes, we’ve redesigned the CloudKit 365 logo.
The new logo depicts a purple whale and is in sync with our other products (SPDocKit, SysKit, and SQLDocKit) and their orange, blue, and green whale logos. Now, hold on a minute: why a whale? All of our tools have the term “kit” in their names, which is short for “toolkit”. However, our company is from Croatia, and in Croatian, “kit” translates to “whale.”
But let’s get back to the CloudKit 365 features.
You might find the improvements we’ve incorporated into the CloudKit 365 since its preview release pretty neat! They are as follows:
- Office 365 tenant snapshots
- Updated Office 365, Exchange Online, and SharePoint Online reports
- Freshly designed dashboards packed with the most important information
- License and subscription overview
- Office 365 documentation
- Permission Compare feature
Since the preview, not much has changed regarding the basics of how the CloudKit 365 service works. It’s an entirely cloud-based solution, and it doesn’t require any installation or database setup. To manage your Office 365 environment with the help of CloudKit 365, visit our page at www.cloudkit365.com and register for a free 30-day trial.
As far as subscriptions go, CloudKit 365 is priced per tenant and has four types of subscriptions: Starter, Business, Premium, and Partner. Custom quotes are available as well, so be sure to contact our support team.
Probably the most important thing to mention is that from now on you can host CloudKit 365 in your own private Azure environment using your pre-set security policies.
Are you as excited as we are to see CloudKit 365 grow?
To see what we’ve got planned for the future, check out the CloudKit 365 roadmap and stay ahead of the game.