Organizations can now use Security Office 365 and Distribution Groups to delegate Admin Rights and segment the users of a V-Tenant.
Organizations using Office 365 with a single tenant that contains multiple departments, remote locations, sister-companies, and different agencies have a complex environment to support and manage. Most of them want to delegate administration rights so IT groups can manage their own business units independently but stop short of giving out Global Admin Rights to regional IT admins.
CoreView simplifies this entire process. To enable admin monitoring, reporting and account updates for these dispersed organizations, CoreView enables the portioning of tenants into smaller, more manageable sub-tenants, or what we call virtual tenants (v-tenants). All user accounts, licenses and activities can be grouped and segmented by common attributes in a v-tenant such as: Business Unit, Geographic Location, Department, etc.
This model makes the segmentation of a tenant feasible for large, distributed organizations. All accounts for a specific business unit are visible from the same CoreView interface and the IT administrators supporting that segment of users can perform bulk-actions across multiple tenants with a single click.
These partitions, or v-tenants, can now be defined using a Security Distribution or Office 365 Group, leveraging existing structure already in place in many organizations.
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