Manage, secure and report on your collaboration platforms — all from a centralized dashboard
Organizations are expanding beyond traditional on-premises infrastructures to hybrid and cloud models. You need to be ready to manage that increased complexity without impacting users or requiring additional resources. Take control of your Office 365, SharePoint and OneDrive for Business management and administration.
Using the Administrator for Office 365 centralized, intuitive console, you can quickly and easily empower IT to:
With Administrator for Office 365, you’ll be able to slash your collaboration platform management time while securing the data within.
Use a single pane of glass across Office 365, SharePoint and OneDrive for Business to manage your entire messaging organization.
Proactively manage usage to maximize utilization of assets, minimize costs and maintain license compliance.
Quickly and easily automate the creation and removal of user permissions in Active Directory to reduce slow, manual processes.
Analyze and monitor trends in site/user activity, data growth and historical usage from a single dashboard.
Analyze, create, edit, copy and manage term stores in SharePoint and Office365 to ensure your managed metadata is up to date, organized and relevant.
Use detailed reports to identify users, permissions, accessibility/security issues across multiple SharePoint site collections and farms. Perform complex remediation actions with the touch of a button.
Easily create, manage and restore backups of site collections, sites, lists/libraries, content, views, permissions, etc. Backups can be saved locally or to Azure and Amazon S3 with one-click restoration.
Use the Administrator for Office 365 visual design tool to easily manage your SharePoint information architecture offline and synchronize the desired changes to the live SharePoint environment.
Generate reports on OneDrive for Business that provide insight into where your data is being accessed, how it is being shared and who is accessing it. This prevents data leaks as well as ensures better control over your content.
Create, manage and restore backups of OneDrive for Business content as well as complete user accounts locally or to Azure and Amazon S3 cloud storage. Backups can be performed individually or in bulk from a single, central location.
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