To start exploring features and reports, navigate to Office 365 Groups and select your tenant.
You will notice an All Groups overview and Single Group reports. Each report has two tabs. All Groups or Group Members respectively and an individual Audit tab. While you can observe and perform drill actions from Snapshots, Live dropdown selection is where other management actions become available. Some actions are globally related to Office 365 Groups and others are contextually related to the selected object/s. Which means users can click on a checkbox to fill Actions Toolbar with actions related to the selected item/s.
Create Office 365 Group – Create new Office 365 Group in your tenant.
Add Owner – Add owners to a given Office 365 Group.
Add Member – Add members to a given Office 365 Group.
Go To Site Collection – Open associated site collection for given Office 365 Group.
General overview of connected Office 365 Groups. The report will show you the display name of all the groups, as well as their date of creation, number of members, owners, guests, activity, privacy and so on.
Remove Group – Remove Office 365 Group from SysKit Security Manager.
Delete Group – Delete Office 365 Group from your tenant.
The Audit tab on the All Groups report will show you recent events related to the Office 365 groups in your environment. Most organizations want the self-service group creation enabled for certain pool of users, because it makes collaboration process flexible and efficient. Maintain your Office 365 manageable and monitor creation, updates and deletion of the Office 365 groups. Easily identify security changes which can pose a security issue, this includes membership change actions such as, group member added, group member removed, the same applies for modifying the owner of a Group.
A detailed overview of a single Office 365 group. The report will show you the users' Display name, email, username, and role.
Remove – Remove the selected user from the Office 365 Group.
The Audit tab on the Single Group report will show you recent activity for the selected Group. Here you can explore all analytics, security and configuration events that happened. Most organizations want the self-service group creation enabled for certain pool of users, because it makes collaboration process flexible and efficient. Maintain your Office 365 manageable and check when a specific group was created or updated. Keep track of all the recent activities and actions performed by the users. Check if sensitive content has been shared outside the organization, when and by whom.
Audited activities include:
File accessed, shared, modified, deleted, malware detected …
Added members to group, removed …
Sharing access invitation, blocked, anonymous links …
Office 365 Groups With Guests – Shows all Office 365 Groups that have guests or external users as owners or members.
Orphaned Office 365 Groups – Shows all Office 365 Groups that don't have any active owners.