The month of September is always special for Microsoft lovers as Ignite is planed in the month of September for ever year. Microsoft announced few major updates and changes but nothing made Office 365 administrators happier.
AdminDroid has surprised its users with a big load of new features. It delivered 50+ new reports, 2 advanced analytical dashboards, and more awesome features with its post Ignite release.
Users & Admins Activity Trend
Using this powerful dashboard you can get detailed insights about active users and their activity pattern along with their daily activity trend.
We are sure that, after exploring the capability of this dashboard you will never visit Office 365 Security and Compliance Center to perform the audit log search.
Usage & Adoption of Office 365 Services
Find out how many active users are in each department, city, job title, state, country, etc.
This update greatly helps you to find how your Office 365 licenses are utilized across your organization.
Now every report will have context-specific smart filters.
These smart filters will help you to easily slice and dice the huge report data and see only the data which is important for you.
25+ SharePoint Online Reports
AdminDroid now helps you to easily explore your SharePoint Online environment.
More than 25 reports related to Site Collection, Site Usage, Users, and Groups have been added.
15+ Skype for Business Reports
Now it’s easy to get the statistics on your Skype for Business usage.
The new reports on active users, conferences, PSTN usage, call duration, file transfers etc.
10+ General Auditing Reports
General auditing reports have been added to give an overview of all the activities happening across different Office 365 workloads under a single view.
It includes the reports to track sharing & access information of anonymous and external user activities on SharePoint, OneDrive, Teams, and Groups Sites.
More detailed blog about each and every feature is on the way. Subscribe to our social media to get updates about our blog posts.
We are excited to release the auditing feature in AdminDroid Office 365 Reporter. We have added around 200 out-of-the-box auditing reports which cover Azure Active Directory, SharePoint Online, and Exchange Online currently. We introduced two new auditing dashboards which will greatly help the admins to visualize the activities happen inside their Office 365 environment in a clear way.
How AdminDroid offers more value than the native option?
Office 365 Security & Compliance Center provides audit log search option which unifies all of the activities performed in Office 365 applications in one place, but it never gives you the glimpse of the activities happened.
Admin has to perform many exhaustive searches to get into the details of what went on with their Office 365 environment.
You can get the weekly, monthly and daily activities trend along with the top 10 activities in each Office 365 applications.
There is a dedicated dashboard given for monitoring the failed activities.It helps you to analyze the root causes of the failed incidents and fix them as earliest.
Every analytics data available in the dashboard can be expanded further to get the broader detail of the statistics.
Overview about Office 365 Auditing Reports update
The following are the report categories are introduced with this auditing update. Addition to the reports, two new dashboards helps you to explore the overall auditing events and failed events. More dashboards will be added in the upcoming releases.
Azure AD Auditing
User Changes (5 reports)
User Logins (3 reports)
Password Changes (4 reports)
Group Changes (9 reports)
Application Changes (10 reports)
Directory Role Changes (7 reports)
Directory Changes (5 reports)
Policy Changes (6 reports)
Administrative Unit Changes (5 reports)
Device Changes (8 reports)
Exchange Online Auditing
Mailbox Access Activities (3 reports)
Mailbox Activities (5 reports)
Mailbox Management Activities (12 reports)
Public Folder Changes (6 reports)
Advanced Threat Protection (8 reports)
Role Changes (6 reports)
Group & Contact Changes (5 reports)
Mail Flow Activities (6 reports)
Mobile Device Activities (3 reports)
Exchange DLP Activities (2 reports)
SharePoint Online Auditing
Site Collection Changes (4 reports)
Groups Changes (5 reports)
Access Request Activities (4 reports)
Sharing Invitation Activities (4 reports)
Company Links Changes (4 reports)
Anonymous Links Changes (5 reports)
User Share Activities (2 reports)
File Changes (12 reports)
Folder Changes (8 reports)
Page Changes (6 reports)
SharePoint DLP Activities (3 reports)
How to update to the latest version?
Our product supports auto update functionality from version 188.8.131.52. So if you are having version 184.108.40.206 or later then you can check the new functionality inside the product without any manual update. To know the current version of your product, just navigate to support tab inside the product.
In case you are having the version prior to 220.127.116.11 then please uninstall the existing version and install the latest version from our download page.
You can check out the live demo to see all of the auditing reports and dashboards in action.
We know that every Office 365 admin has concerns towards the security and confidentiality of their reporting data before using any reporting product. Data security is our primary focus while building AdminDroid Office 365 Reporting tool. One of the most important aspects of the tool is, it won’t store your o365 data in the cloud or ask your administrator’s password, unlike other reporting applications.
Your Data is in your control
This product can be installed in your on-premise client /server machine. So it ensures that all of the reporting and analytics information about your Office 365 tenant is stored in the installation machine which is in your control.
No need to provide admin password
We will never ask your admin account password to collect the reporting data. As the product is built using Azure AD consent framework, with a few mouse clicks, you can grant the requested permission to the AdminDroid application on your Office 365 tenant.
Office 365 single sign-on
We threw away the classic login page and secured the application with the Office 365 single sign on. You can just log in with your configured Office 365 account to access this application.
Well, we are trying to figure out when we took that single step 🙂
Well, once we wrote a script for a friend of ours, who’s an IT admin. It solved his problem for which he treated us with a sumptuous meal at an expensive restaurant as an expression of gratitude!
That’s when we first found this thrill – the thrill of solving an IT admin’s challenges (and of course, going home with a full tummy 😉 Thus began our journey…
Nah!!! We’re just kidding!
We are AdminDroid, a company by erstwhile IT administrators, who are now IT solution makers.
Now, we are engaged in solving IT administrator’s problems. Our goal is to provide economic, quality IT solutions to IT administrators for complex problems, while providing as much as free tools whenever possible for issues that do not warrant complex IT tools.
We’ve been IT administrators in our lives. We have been in the trenches. So, we know EXACTLY what an IT administrator wants. Take a look at our flagship product – AdminDroid Office 365 Reporter – to understand how well we can cater info that IT staff look for.
NOTE: Hey, that part of a satisfied IT admin thanking us with a meal is true though 🙂 but we always had this idea of starting an IT company of our own while we scouted for IT solutions for our own problems 🙂