The Benefits of CoreDiscovery
CoreDiscovery to improve productivity shows which applications are popular, and which are neglected. For instance, IT pros in the learning space can see that Skype use dominates, while Teams still languishes, and build adoption and video learning campaigns to reverse that imbalance.
Organizations pay for O365 licenses, but do not know if that investment is maximized. CoreDiscovery to improve productivity shows the percentage of active users for each service, and the amount of activity performed within each application. This is critical for ultimately driving greater adoption of key services such as Teams.
Office 365 has a number of service-specific vulnerabilities and security issues. Find mailbox security flaws, the level of multi-factor authentication, and data leakage and intellectual property theft issues. You also learn if end users are complying with corporate usage and security policies.
The License Dashboard shows how many and what kind of licenses the organization has, how many are inactive, unassigned or oversized, and how much money the company is losing through license waste. It shows licenses by department, SKU, subscriptions expiring in 90 days, and forecasts used vs. license losses over the next three years.
CoreDiscovery enhances Microsoft’s Office 365 Secure Score with more data and deeper filtering. Learn where you stand on identity, data, devices, apps and infrastructure. Discover areas of improvement for your tenant.
Metrics tracked and reported on include operations and administration, license status and optimization opportunities, application usage, security and compliance including mailbox security, and authentication status.
CoreDiscovery to improve productivity performs a complete Office 365 Health Check scan and details the status of the entire O365 tenant. The CoreDiscovery solution then follows up these findings with real-time and near real-time analysis and updates.
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“CoreView provides deep insights into the Office 365 usage details that truly matter for IT management.”
JOSHUA FRITSCH – ACCUWEATHER VP OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY