Does Your Microsoft 365 Environment Fit Your Business Model?
Large organizations are faced with managing complex, often disparate Microsoft 365 environments.
Typically, this either means managing everything in one centralized Microsoft 365 tenant – and having to support everything through central IT, or managing many separate tenants and the headaches that parallel environments can bring.
In a centralized model, the IT team must support and fulfill requests from numerous regions or departments for users numbering into the hundreds of thousands. For larger organizations, this quickly becomes unmanageable - not to mention costly.
In a decentralized model, the IT team must grant permissions to others so they can manage their own users or support – but can only use a limited set of standard roles and can’t effectively align user permissions with their business model. Worse still, the solution to this problem is often to grant overly broad permissions, which means far too many users are given admin rights.