Office 365 Automation for Admin Efficiency and Effectiveness
The CoreFlow module automates O365 IT tasks through robotic process automation (RPA) workflows, replacing complicated manual tasks with one-click error-free completion.
Benefits of CoreFlow
Customizable IT admin process step can be run from the CoreFlow workflow engine. Steps can be chained together so they are performed in the proper sequence. All management actions can be part of a workflow, including custom PowerShell scripts, leading to unlimited scenarios.
Workflow templates automate provisioning/deprovisioning. With automation, IT ensures users have the right licenses to access the right infrastructure. IT can “clone” users or create them from template to reduce errors and speed provisioning.
Gartner finds that most successful cloud attacks exploit misconfiguration. Once you have a secure approach to configure, map it to a workflow so it is done properly each time.
Streaming administration through workflows takes the guesswork out of account management, license management, and security and compliance operations.
From our usage stats, we have found that 90% of External Users become inactive after 90 days. With automation, you can automatically block access and remove the user, or asking consent to the person or the manager who invited them. Any active account is an additional endpoint opened on your tenant.
Create and automate a process to reclaim licenses when a user becomes inactive, ask approval to the manager or IT or to start the process to buy additional licenses, automate the request to you LSP through a workflow when a usage threshold is reached.
Secure Operations with Automated Policy Management
Create, automate and apply policies that handle every aspect of Office 365 administration.
Protect and Update Active Directory (AD)
All enterprise customers have some AD maintenance in place. With CoreFlow, common AD management tasks can be automated, insuring they are done correctly – and on time.
Resources Related to CoreFlow
“Nearly all successful attacks on cloud services are the result of customer misconfiguration, mismanagement and mistakes.”