Create Granular M365 Admin Permissions with Virtual Tenants
Replacing a single, monolithic M365 tenant with Virtual Tenants (or sub-tenants) improves IT efficiency by giving admin reasonable workloads, maximizes SaaS ROI by allowing non-IT pros to perform admin tasks across the Virtual Tenant, and mitigates risk by isolating one tenant from another.
Replace the Centralized Single Tenant Management Model with Granular Rights
With CoreView, you can divide different user groups, acquired companies, subsidiaries or even departments into new groupings, or Virtual Tenants, for more efficient management. Once you have those segments configured, you can grant a subset of actions to administrators who will ONLY be able to monitor and manage that subset of users.
By breaking into smaller groups, often based on Active Directory attributes, you can restrict what users can see and act on, making it much easier to manage than having to tackle the entire organization in one bite.