Microsoft 365 governance features bolstered by ProvisionPoint Permissions

ProvisionPoint’s new user and permissions governance solution provides an overview of all Microsoft 365 user permissions from a single console. Armed with this greater insight.

This platform reveals how data is being accessed to control any unauthorised access to sensitive content, and protect organisations from internal or external threats.

Authorised users can be responsible for the permissions within their own Microsoft 365 workspaces. This on-going management streamlines governance for Microsoft 365 workspaces, reducing pressure on the IT team, while continuing to promote user self-service, responsibility, and empowerment.

Centralised permissions management, administrators can control permissions on a larger scale across multiple workspaces from a single view, greatly reducing the effort previously associated with tenant-wide permissions management. With ProvisionPoint Permissions, it’s easy to add, clone, or change permissions for site, team, or group members in bulk, or even remove or reassign multiple users at once. These bulk permission operations can save hundreds of hours of manual intervention per year and notably reduce the workload of the customer’s IT team.

“It has never been more critical for organisations to keep Microsoft 365 workspaces secure. With the increase in remote working and demand for greater collaboration surrounding Microsoft 365 workspaces, it can be challenging for businesses to track user activity, audit permissions, and prevent unauthorised access,” explains Seb Matthews, Chief Strategy Officer at ProvisionPoint. “ProvisionPoint Permissions solves these challenges, by providing a cross-tenant overview of a customer’s Microsoft 365 user permissions along with a set of intuitive features, allowing effective prevention of security breaches and improved compliance with organisational policy.”

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