Protect and Manage Office 365 By Virtualizing Your Tenant
“All accounts — but especially powerful ones, like those for administrators — are rich targets for attack and require additional protection through higher trust authentication, typically involving multiple factors.”
Gartner Report: 5 Steps for Securing Office 365
Define Virtual Tenants To Safeguard Areas Of Your Enterprise
Divide single O365 tenant into independent tenants based on subsidiaries, business units, group or geographic location. IT can take the entire organization served by Office 365 and break it into logical groups, or sub-tenants, often based on Active Directory attributes. Once the organization is logically divided, regional admins can be assigned to the sub or Virtual Tenants.
Managing A Tenant With Thousands Of Users Difficult And Even Dangerous
Admin Privileges Are A Security Hole, And Should Be Isolated And Protected
Security is the biggest issue. If you have a single tenant with 300,000 users, an O365 admin can access data and settings from all 300,000 users. Every single O365 admin has that ability. If a hacker cracks an O365 admin’s credentials, they have that same power. Scary.
Native O365 Admin Center Has A Centralized Management Model Designed For A Single Tenant
With CoreView, you can combine different tenants and segment your users 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.
CoreView solves O365 problems and issues no one else can.
We fill Office 365 security holes our rivals can’t touch, making O365 itself your first line of defense.
O365 waste hundreds man hours on manual tasks while struggling to manage O365 right. CoreView manages O365 fast and right!
CoreView reduces SaaS license costs 30-56%, doubles productive use of SaaS apps, and maximizes ROI while reducing TCO.
“When we migrated, we made it a priority to make sure that if any of our libraries wanted their own email domain, they got it. Right now, we have 24 domains in the tenant. Since many of these domains are associated with a library, it was a simple thing to cut a virtual tenant based off that domain, and then assign administrative access for that domain and all the users under it to an IT administrator at the local library level.”
Jefferson County Library Cooperative, Inc. Birmingham, Alabama