CoreView continues to reduce risk, make it easier for organizations with remote workers
CoreView produces a new release roughly each month, as we continue to evolve CoreSuite – the SaaS management platform for O365 and SaaS applications. This month focused on improved risk detection with a new sign-in report and expansion of the hybrid agent that supports O365, on-premises Exchanges installations, and mixed environments. These feature enhancements are accompanied by expanded support for multiple languages and by a variety of stability and performance improvements.
With many more folks working from home due to the pandemic, it is important to maintain visibility of who is getting into online accounts. To that end, CoreView added a new report on “Risk Detections” showing user and linked sign-in attempts. Data is collected using the recently released Microsoft API, which CoreView utilizes along with additional metadata (tags) to identify safe and risky sign-ins, both successful and unsuccessful. This powerful CoreView feature allows for enforcement of policies with automated controls to secure your O365 environment and its associated users and organizational data.
CoreView also continues to make it easier for IT to set up new accounts – especially for new remote workers. For IT, coordinating users’ identities between an Exchange Server on-premises and Azure Active Directory can be painful and time-consuming. However, CoreView provides a Hybrid Agent that can synchronize and make this coordination seamless, thereby enabling swifter transition to online access for remote workers.
Available as part of the CoreView Suite, or optionally unbundled, CoreFlow can automate the tasks of user provisioning and deprovisioning as well as making updates to user accounts. CoreFlow also now supports multiple languages.
CoreView products continue to evolve, not only with expanded functionality, but also in its capacity to support more types of environments of different sizes. Thus, we have improved stability and performance of the overall platform, especially as remote work increases dramatically.
|What’s New in 20.02||Release Notes Details (Release Date Mar-16-2020)|
|Reduce security risk with new report: “Risk Detections”||New report of “Risk Detections” of user and linked sign-in attempts. Data collected using the recently released Microsoft API which CoreView utilizes along with additional metadata (tags) to identify safe and risky sign-ins, both successful and unsuccessful. This powerful CoreView feature allows for enforcement of policies with automated controls to secure your O365 environment and its associated users and organizational data.|
|New Actions on Hybrid Agent for Group management||CoreView now manages the Distribution & Security Groups for Office 365, as part of configuring on-premises Exchange, O365, and mixed environments.|
|CoreFlow now available with Multiple Languages||CoreFlow now available with Multiple Languages CoreFlow, in addition to the full CoreView Suite, now supports multiple languages including French, German, and Italian to support customers around the world.|
|Improved Stability and Performance of the overall Platform||The CoreView platform continues to evolve, not only with expanded functionality, but also in its capacity to support more types of environments of different sizes.|
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