AD360 enables you to securely manage users’ identities, control access to critical resources, audit changes, empower users with self-service, and more. You can integrate AD360's different components together based on your specific requirements.
This component of AD360 allows you to manage and get reports on AD, Exchange Server, Office 365, G Suite, and Skype for Business from a single console. It also features automation, workflow, and role-based delegation to minimize the administrative burden on IT admins and help desk technicians.
This component of AD360 provides real-time audit reports and alerts on critical changes made to your on-premises AD and Azure AD environments. This component also helps you detect insider threats, analyze lockouts, and comply with IT regulatory mandates.
By integrating AD360 with ADSelfService Plus, you gain support for AD self-service password management and single sign-on (SSO) for enterprise applications. It also helps secure your environment with endpoint multi-factor authentication and stronger password policies. ADSelfService Plus will reduce IT help desk tickets and rid end users' frustration of remembering too many passwords.
This component of AD360 provides all the information you need to optimize and secure your organization’s Exchangewhether it’s on-premises or in the cloud. And it's not just for Exchange—you can get granular reports on activities happening in Skype for Business servers as well.
AD360 provides exhaustive, preconfigured reports on Office 365 to help you perform complex tasks including bulk user management, bulk mailbox management, secure delegation, and more. AD360 monitors Office 365 services around the clock and sends you instant email notifications about service outages. AD360 makes compliance management easy with built-in compliance reports and advanced auditing and alerting features to keep your Office 365 setup secure. The following Office 365 services are covered by AD360:
Use O365 Manager Plus' refined features to manage Exchange Online with ease. Handle mailboxes in bulk to eliminate redundant actions and save time. O365 Manager Plus also provides features for contacts and public folder management. Learn more
Use O365 Manager Plus to substantially reduce the amount of time spent on management tasks by enabling administrators to manage users, groups, and licenses all in bulk. Learn more
Get an overview of mailbox usage with mailbox traffic reports, mailbox size reports, and mailbox content reports. Identify inactive and hidden mailboxes. You can also get detailed reports on shared mailboxes, room mailboxes, equipment mailboxes, and public folders. Learn more.
Get complete details on users, distribution lists, security groups, contacts, and licenses in your Azure AD environment. You can identify the soon to expire passwords and licenses in a single click, which helps to take necessary action to ensure a hassle-free working environment. Learn more.
Learn about the users, client devices used, and the peer-to-peer sessions happening in your Skype for Business environment. With the help of the user activities report, you can get details on PSTN usage, files and messages exchanged, last logon and last activity of the users, conferences users have organized and attended, and more. Learn more.
Keep track of user activities on files in OneDrive for Business. Get details on file uploads, file downloads, file modifications, and more. The OneDrive events log report gives the audit trail of user activities, which helps make sure nothing goes unnoticed. Learn more.
Read more about the reports here. You can export the reports to PDF, XLS, HTML, or CSV formats. You can even schedule these reports to be generated at designated intervals and have them emailed to the administrator. The built-in filters also enable customization of reports, so you can retrieve the required data.
Audit Exchange Online to keep mailbox issues, like spam and malware, at bay. Use O365 Manager Plus to audit not only mailbox accesses but public folder accesses, contact changes, and permission changes as well. Learn more
With O365 Manager Plus, audit failed logon attempts, password and license changes made by users, recently created, modified, or deleted user accounts, group membership changes, and more. Learn more
Audit OneDrive for Business to bring even the smallest file changes to light. Audit file activities, file sharing activities, and sync activities, such as files uploaded to or downloaded from the cloud, to keep OneDrive for Business undamaged. Learn more
With O365 Manager Plus, audit Sways created, modified, and deleted by users. Also get audit details on externally shared and duplicated sways, and those with modified scopes and permissions. Learn more
Compliance management is an arduous, but inevitable, task. Required audit details often need to be maintained manually. With O365 Manager Plus generate and maintain the audit details you need to meet compliance requirements such as SOX, PCI-DSS, HIPAA, FISMA, and GLBA. Learn more
Get notified about critical activities and changes happening in your Office 365 environment. O365 Manager Plus lets you create custom alerts for each Office 365 service. These custom alerts save you time by eliminating the need to constantly check audit reports for malicious activities. Learn more
O365 Manager Plus lets you:
Select any combination of reporting, management, auditing, and alerting tasks to create your own customized roles. Delegate miscellaneous tasks such as password reset, account unlock, address attribute changes, contact attribute changes, etc. to technicians so you can focus on more important tasks.
O365 Manager Plus lets you:
Recovery Manager Plus, a component of AD360, takes care of all your AD, Exchange Server, and Office 365 backup and recovery needs. Back up AD objects, Exchange mailbox items, Office 365 mailboxes, folders, sites, etc., and restore them to any previous version in a few clicks.
Back up all AD objects like users, groups, GPOs, OUs, Exchange attributes, DNS information, computers, contacts, group memberships, and more, and restore them either partially or completely.
Restore individual attributes of AD objects to any of their backed-up states.
Roll back AD to a previous backup point and undo all changes made to objects after that point in time.
Define a retention period for your backups, and assimilate expired backups into a full backup to reduce the amount of storage space used.
Back up all items in your Exchange Online tenant and Exchange server, including all users’ emails, calendar entries, contacts, journals, notes, posts, and tasks.
Restore entire mailboxes to a backed-up state or even restore individual items such as a single email, calendar entry, contact, journal, note, post, or task event from backups.
Restore backed-up mailbox items to the same mailbox, a different mailbox, or even a mailbox in a different tenant.
Define a retention period for your Exchange backups, and discard backups that have exceeded this period.
Back up all mailboxes in your entire Exchange Online environment, including all users’ emails, calendar entries, contacts, journals, notes, posts, and tasks, and restore them as needed.
Back up all site collections, sites, lists, and document libraries, and restore them when needed.
Back up all files and folders in your OneDrive for Business environment, and restore them quickly.