Raise your hand if you’re migrating to the cloud but are still managing a hybrid landscape. 🙋 How about if you have some Microsoft 365 apps in the cloud, but identities still on-prem. It’s a long, tedious process that needs to be done right. Either way, this doesn’t mean that you can’t improve your IT Operations quality and performance by automating processes.
Incorrect user provisioning can have a direct impact on user productivity, while mismanaged deprovisioning can open the doors to potential data breaches.
What are you doing now to prevent it?
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Hybrid infrastructure is becoming the preferred method, although different organizations are at different maturity levels of their hybrid Microsoft infrastructure journey.
There are four different levels to consider when categorizing the management of Microsoft infrastructures within organizations. They include;
Hybrid Microsoft infrastructure requires dual management. From its set up to the management of users and groups in the Cloud, the hybrid system requires effort from both ends. This then brings up the question of the importance of Azure AD Connect and the solution that it provides.
With all the management processes from both ends, there’s a higher chance of encountering management issues such as incorrect user provisioning that can have a direct impact on user productivity, or overall mismanagement that can lead to potential data breaches.
Change is inevitable, and the future of IT infrastructure is likely to kick out OnPrem Active Directory. To ensure that you get the best out of your hybrid experience, it’s important to implement tools that are designed to manage your IT infrastructure in the best possible way.
CoreView is a platform that runs on Azure and is designed for Microsoft 365. The platform pulls out your organization’s information from Microsoft 365 to its platform and then provides reports, views, and management capabilities across all the services.
CoreView extends its functionality to both Cloud control and OnPrem directory within the same infrastructure. It has an efficient automation capability that can distinguish the information that it receives and determine databases based on the origin of the directory.
It’s important to point out that CoreView isn’t a replacement for Azure AD. Rather, it allows you to start standardizing your administration and processes, so if there’s ever a need in the future to fully transition to Cloud, there’ll be very little change required, as you’ll essentially be managing your processes in the Cloud.
CoreView also provides its users with Virtual Tenants that provide organization for the 365 Azure Active Directory that comes with just a single tenant. The virtual tenant helps in limiting what delegated administrators are able to see within the tenant.
CoreView has workflow management actions that delegates some specific actions to the CoreView platform. As a user, you don't have to give any elevated permissions to your 365 tenant in order to grant these permissions.
At the heart of everything that CoreView does is efficient reporting. There are over 200 reports available on the platform. They provide you with the visibility required when you run a report, so you can take the required action on the items retrieved in the report.
With CoreView, there are three key areas of focus. They include full value, full oversight, with the ability to go full speed with your Microsoft 365 environment. It also allows for the detection of security gaps within the IT system. We run periodic audits that make sure that our clients are still in compliance with the rules.
CoreView integrates fully into Microsoft 365 and cuts down on any possible chaos you may experience.
Request a demo today and see how CoreView can help you create perfect privileges, eliminate wasted licenses, drive adoption, and automate all repetitive tasks.