Public sector orgs need 7 sub-tenants on average to support every different agency sharing a single tenant. A Global Administrator for each of your agencies, departments, or schools is likely a necessity in your M365 tenant.
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Microsoft 365 is an extremely cumbersome and complex solution, with many different applications and workloads, large environments, and sometimes single or multi-tenant.
For many organizations in a hybrid environment, the issue is how to comprehensively manage this robust solution and ensure that we're having a collaborative experience across the organization.
CoreView takes all of this rich analytical information and provides it in one single pane of glass. Combining this rich data with management communication automation engines ultimately allows your team to work at full speed, get full value out of your Office 365 investment, and get full oversight of your tenant.
Many of our government clients will take their single-tenant environment and segment it out by department, agency location, and campus school, called Virtual Tenants. The Virtual Tenants can be sliced and diced using any of the Azure Active Directory attributes.
But what if you want to delegate administrative rights to certain roles? CoreView provides perfect permissions and allows you to assign exactly the right types of permissions, and privileges that you want to give to your different operators.
And more importantly, what they can accomplish is allow your team to improve the operational excellence of how they serve their internal clients.
We also have hybrid components to our technology, so we enable the IT teams to perform the update both in the cloud and on-premise.
We are aware that, as a result of Microsoft's unmatched power, security, and user experience, wise IT leaders place Microsoft 365 at the center of their SaaS stack.
Additionally, savvy IT managers want to guarantee that each user receives the appropriate license, that the licenses are used, and that the appropriate team members have complete knowledge of the (significant) expenses involved.
CoreView is unique because we can monitor and identify all of the active licenses, but also inactive and unsigned licenses. We can help you reclaim, reharvest, and reconfigure license pools to better control the distribution. And control how the licenses are being utilized within the organization. Get control over you Office 365 license management today.
These folks were overwhelmed with the complexity of Office 365, having over 50,000 users in 30 plus departments, across 50 plus agencies.
At that time, they were in a multi-tenant environment, with some being fully in the cloud, others hybrid, and some on-premise.
They were looking to consolidate their multiple tenants into one to have a better collaborative experience, but they needed to allow for local administration of these different entities.
In addition, they wanted to automate onboarding and offboarding and get instant and accurate reporting in Office 365.
As they began consolidating tenants into one migrating agency at 365, they implemented CoreView to create Virtual Tenants by an agency to separate visibility into those organizational entities.
They're able to use CoreView to delegate limited administrative rights and permissions and automate specific workflows for those specific users and agencies.
So currently, this organization has numerous what we call "CoreView operators" that can manage the local entities or agencies.
Those virtual tenants drastically reduce the burden on central IT, which still have a holistic view of the entire office 365 tenant.
Essentially, improving the satisfaction of the internal customers that they're supporting.
We allowed them to consolidate the multiple tenants. We helped accelerate the migration of the various agencies at 365. And then we ultimately allowed them to achieve a secure least privileged access and zero trust model.
So now the central IT team is comfortable because they have all the control and governance over the entire tenant where they can now start focusing on more important projects. Not the day-to-day administrative functions, from a university perspective.
This university wanted a way to allow the localized campus, IT teams to manage the resources, and the licenses affiliated with that specific campus. They needed to be able to ensure that they allowed specific rights and privileges to not only the specific campus but also the various users.
Deploying CoreView allows them to migrate to a single consolidated tenant, segment it into 38 virtual tenants by each campus, and then empower the centralized IT team to manage users across the multiple virtual tenants.
Implementing a delegated permissions model for the specific campus, it staff to only manage and govern the users within their specific tenant.
This eliminated the IT bottleneck of managing hundreds of thousands of faculty and staff members across a single tenant. They were able to automate thousands of management actions as well as the entire provisioning and even deprovisioning process.
So ultimately, this has allowed the university to migrate everyone to 365, improving that entire collaborative experience without losing that governance and control.
CoreView gathers information from Office 365 and provides insights like the audit reports, which give us every single user transaction, and the application information from the graph API.
Then there is also security information like conditional access policies and multifactor authentication. All that data is collected and stored in Azure. If you're in the commercial cloud, we're in the commercial cloud as well. To find out more schedule your demo today.