We have made a number of enhancements to 365 Analytics in PyraCloud to provide you with more visibility and control of your Microsoft 365 environment. This article will walk you through the new and improved look and functionality.
PyraCloud 365 Analytics Overview
PyraCloud 365 Analytics enables you to review, analyze and take actions on your Microsoft 365 environment. 365 Analytics also provides insight around security and utilization so you can optimize your Microsoft 365 environment.
Watch our quick 1-minute video below to see an overview of the new 365 Analytics look and functionality.
How to Customize your Dashboard
You can customize your 365 Analytics Dashboard to display data that is relevant to you and your business. You are able to add a number of pre-defined widgets as well as configurable charts that show you completely customizable information.
Watch our quick 1-minute video below to see how you can customize your Dashboard in 365 Analytics.
How to creating Custom Reports in the new 365 Analytics
365 Analytics has a number of useful pre-defined reports that you can choose from. You can also create custom reports to provide you with specific data that is of interest to you and your business.
In the 2-minute video below, we create a report to show potential users that can be downgraded from an E3 license plan. Identifying these downgrade opportunities could save your organization money and help you to optimize your Microsoft 365 environment.
What has changed?
If you would like to see a full list of feature changes from the old 365 Analytics platform to the new 365 Analytics platform, please read this article.
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What data is collected? – This article explains the importance of creating a Service Accounts for 365 Analytics, what data is collected and what security measures are in place.
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