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While cloud technology makes business more efficient, it comes with its own set of cons. One con to consider is the increased vulnerability that comes along with employees being able to work on the go. Since those employees can access internal data anywhere with any device, tracking everyday user events in your Office 365 setup becomes increasingly critical.
However, just auditing user activity is not enough, and the sheer amount of activity that happens on a daily basis can be hard to keep up with anyway. You need to configure real-time alerts to save time and effort. Download and start your 30-day free trial to know how O365 Manager Plus can help you.
Keep an eye on everything happening in your Office 365 environment by creating alerts for activities that need immediate attention. Configure alert profiles to send customized messages to administrators when selected actions happen inside your Office 365 setup. Include information on the severity of the action that triggered the alert, who performed the action, the time it occurred, and more.
Spam and malware filter policies are gatekeepers for external information, and they play a major role in security. The sudden disabling of malware filter policies without user input is a clear sign of an attack, and needs immediate attention. If an alert is set for this action, an email will be sent to the administrator immediately stating the details of the action.
Users delete files all the time without any negative consequences. But what if those files contain important data? Create a Deleted file alert under the OneDrive for Business category in O365 Manager Plus to automatically notify administrators through email whenever a file is deleted, what file it was, and who deleted it.
Monitor OneDrive sharing activities to get notified in real time when users share files. Avoid data leaks that might occur when users accidentally or intentionally share a confidential internal file publicly.
The list of alerts provided by O365 Manager Plus is given below: