Dashboard reports in the 'Reports' module of the suite give you a complete bird’s eye view of everything happening in your Office 365. You can get Top users by mailbox size, mail traffic, mail count and so on. You can get a series of "Recent" reports about all recent activities in your Office 365 tenant such as Deleted users and groups, Password changes etc. A Summary report display important statistics on mailboxes, users, groups and so on.
Exchange online Mailbox reports gives you a variety of reports on mailbox details, mailbox permissions, folders, attachments, non-owner access and so on. You can get reports on mail items on individual mailboxes such as Read and unread mails, junk mail items, mail items based on importance etc. Several mailbox Usage reports, such as the Mailbox Activity report and Statistics report, are also available for you to track mail usage in Office 365.
SharePoint online Security Reports give you the most relevant reports for your Office 365 SharePoint online Audit and compliance tracking. You can assess the security of your Sites in multiple dimensions, by analyzing effective permissions of users and groups or permissions by sites. You can determine group ownership and lists and sites with no securable objects. You can identify sites with limited access permissions.
OneDrive Reports give insights into security of Users One Drives. You can get which OneDrive users are sharing their folders / files with whom and understand the security implications of sharing their content. You can also get a report on users who are Site Collection Administrators of any particular OneDrive personal site.
You can document your entire inventory of Office SharePoint online sites and lists along with how your sites and lists are configured including templates, workflows, Content types, Columns etc.
Office 365 Security Reports - Being on the cloud, you need to have complete control on the security of every accessible piece of data in your Office 365. This means, you need to audit all your mailbox permissions, mailbox folder permissions, group memberships, distribution groups, Administration roles, One Drives and so on. You need to get a comprehensive report on how users are impacting your security especially when users come and leave. The Security impact report for users gives you all of these and more.
OneDrive Security Reports lets you analyze One Drives of users for potential leakages of corporate data. Security issues that cause corporate data thefts happen when users share their one drive content. While most of the sharing happens due to legitimate and practical needs of business functions, Office 365 administrators still need to review who is accessing what on one drives. You can get reports on OneDrive users who are sharing their folders / files with other users. You can also get a list of Site Collection Administrators of any particular OneDrive personal site to understand unwanted access rights that may have been granted for various reasons.
Office 365 License Management - You can manage licenses in bulk after you migrate your users over to Office 365. You can analyze the usage of your licenses to assign, reassign and remove licenses for save on licensing costs. Controlling the use of licenses within the organization, besides reducing licensing costs, helps cut down Helpdesk support calls by assigning the right types of licenses to various users and groups. You can automate license provisioning based on various user attributes in your Azure Active Directory or your on-premises Active Directory.
Office 365 Mailbox Permissions Management - Once your Office 365 mailbox migration is complete, you will need to verify if mailbox permissions have been set properly as they existed in your On premises mailboxes. If your migration process did not cover mailbox permissions, such as Full Access, Send As and Send on behalf, you will need to reassign such mailbox permissions for the migrated mailboxes. You can also manage Mailbox Folder permissions to assign or remove permissions such as Owner, Publishing Editor, Editor, Publishing Author, Author, Non-editing Author, Reviewer and Contributor.
Office 365 Mailbox Permissions Migration - If you are looking to migrate only your mailbox permissions after your mailboxes have been moved over to Office 365, you may use this tool to selectively apply permissions from your on-premises Exchange server mailboxes to your Office 365 mailboxes. This tool is also useful when you need to move permissions in a phased manner when you are following an iterative migration process with proper verification and correction mechanisms in place.
De-provision Users - When someone leaves the organization it is important that you secure any confidential data and archive all associated corporate data for future use. This usually involves a series of tasks that have to be done manually. With De-provision users feature, the administrator can use a predefined set of essential tasks to perform before removing a user account from Office 365 tenant. The administrator can choose any of the required tasks such as Reset user password, Remove access from user mobile device, Replace user account with another account, Archive user OneDrive content, Remove email forwarding, Forward user incoming emails to another mailbox, Convert user mailbox to shared mailbox, Remove user from Distribution groups, Remove user from Admin roles and Delete user account. These predefined de-provisioning tasks are based on some of the best practices followed by Office 365 Administrators.
Manage Users and Groups – Manage users and groups in bulk using an elegant tabular interface, by assigning / modifying group members, group owners, admin roles and user properties like Name, Department, Designation, etc. Saves time instead of having to modify properties on each user or group one by one individually.