CoreView Release 20.10 Now Available: Improved Governance and Management of Microsoft Teams Voice

Improved Governance

  • Scheduled Reports are a simple and effective way to share information with automated notifications, and solve problems automated remediation. One example is “check daily for external Guest users inactive for more than 30 days, then send me a notification and delete immediately [remediate]”. These Scheduled Reports are shareable inside the organization, so anyone can subscribe and retrieve them with just one click.
  • A new status has been added to User password settings to show who has Conditional Access configured, allowing easy setup of KPIs, scheduled activities, or fix configurations, such as enforce MFA on all M365 applications.
  • Distribution Groups have been improved to become subject to delivery management policies and approval of messages prior to them being sent to Distribution Groups, allowing for appropriate governance and review.
  • Any actions to Remove Guest Users can now be reviewed and approved and done more efficiently via bulk changes.
  • Custom PowerShell actions can now leverage SharePoint module

Management of Microsoft Teams Voice

When it comes to managing voice networks, universities and dispersed organizations have requested and been excited about the recent series of enhancements CoreView has made to create a strong voice management offering with the flexibility needed to manage these networks across departments and geographies. These features include:

  • Naming Convention Policies have been added to allow configuration of Call Queues and Auto Attendants on PSTN within your Tenant.
  • Extension of Virtual Tenants to voice networks. Virtual Tenants are enhanced with:
  • New sections for device and phone number. You can now filter the data in the CoreView portal using this new section.
  • Virtual Tenants can be used for reporting and management of Auto Attendant, and Call queues, as well as SharePoint sites.

Improved Security Monitoring

  • New Reports under the Audit Events allow the analysis of Microsoft Power Apps audit logs, extending the breadth of audit logs consolidated in CoreView.

Easier Automation

With its focus on automating management tasks – whether provisioning users or scaling your custom PowerShell scripts – CoreFlow now makes it easier and provides much more flexibility. To achieve this, the following have been added:

  • A new grid view that allows better filtering and sorting for:
  • New workflow list experience
  • New workflow execution list experience
  • New schedule experience and new scheduling capabilities via CSV files from URL/FTP/FTPS/SFTP
  • Bulk action to export or deactivate workflows, plus the ability to delete or restart failed executions

Broad management of SaaS applications

  • New management actions for Zoom (activate, change password, suspend, delete, update to change license plan)
  • New Discover (suggested products) experience that allows to bulk add Managed Products