IT Documentation Helpers
thanksajdotcom last edited by
MediaWiki, Sharepoint's Wiki, OneNote are all decent tools for this.
OneNote on Office365 was what we used at NTG and it was great. Different folders for different clients, with credentials for the systems, network info, IP addresses, etc. Until I worked there, I thought OneNote was stupid. Overall, I still do, but I also have seen that it can be extremely useful in many ways.
scottalanmiller last edited by
OneNote definitely does some cool stuff, it's great for media heavy, very ad hoc documentation.
Problem with SYDI is that it is limited to Windows servers, no Linux or other support. Not bad, but an important limitation. Mostly it is Windows that is needing to be documented so it covers a lot of ground, though.
SYDI has a Linux tool. I haven't used it, so I don't know it's limitations though.