Once logged into CoreView, you will see the page that was configured for you as a start page. CoreView dashboard is set as a default start page. The dashboard provides an overview of all Office 365 workloads over the past 30 days.
From here you can verify the last data import processing date & time as well as the subscription version, expiration date and the number of consumed portal licenses.
Moreover, if you are in trial you can try different SKUs to compare them and decide which ones you would like to use. To try them click on ‘Try different SKU’ close to TRIAL.
The tables that appear on the dashboard are action-enabled, and you can click on them to see additional details. You have the ability to print an individual graphic on a dashboard in order to be shared
On the right side of the screen, under ‘Reports’, you can view the following dashboards:
The OneDrive dashboard provides an overview of your OneDrive usage over time, identifies top OneDrive users, and shows your ratio of unassigned licenses to total licenses/services. To see more details, click on the OneDrive Usage table.
The OneDrive Usage Over Time table is action-enabled and can be filtered by clicking the labels in the legend to add and remove elements from the table.
The Exchange dashboard provides an overview of your Exchange mailbox sizes, user activities, and top senders/receivers. The Exchange dashboard’s tables are action-enabled, and you can click on them to view additional details.
The Skype dashboard provides an overview of your Skype peer-to-peer sessions, conferences, and user activities. The Skype dashboard’s tables are action-enabled, and you can click on them to view additional details.
The Consumption dashboard provides an overview of users’ activity on various workloads. The table shown below, for example, shows user activity per workload. This table is action-enabled, and you can click on it to view additional details
This dashboard provides you a detailed overview of the associated licensing Cost and Loss across your tenants, considering all factors, including the assigned licenses which are not used and the licenses which are unassigned. You can obtain a detailed view by Company, Country, Department or Domain.
Conducting a cost analysis can help you discover oversubscribed license fees, to begin optimizing your license inventory.
The License Dashboard shows how many and what kind of licenses the organization has, how many are inactive, unassigned or oversized, and how much money the company is losing through license waste. It shows licenses by department, SKU, subscriptions expiring in 90 days, and forecasts used vs. license losses over the next three years.
The dashboard shows a detailed overview of the security of your organization. You will be able to easily evaluate the security posture of your organization, see machines that require attention and you will find recommended improvements actions.
The dashboard provides an overview of the product usage per workload on a monthly bases.
This dashboard provides an overview of Teams activities and usage. For example, you will be able to see the number of groups created or deleted in the last 7 days, the inactive groups, the inactive and active users in the last 30 days, etc. See more in the article Understanding Teams dashboard
This Dashboard shows a graphic representation of the KPI showing the operational status of the Tenant. They are grouped by category, service, and severity. Filters can be applied in order to provide a more detailed view.
This Dashboard shows a graphic representation of the KPI showing the security status of the Tenant. They are grouped by category, service, and severity. Filters can be applied in order to provide a more detailed view.
The dashboard indicates the volume of data stored. There is an overview and then details of data usage in Exchange, OneDrive and SharePoint, as well as users blocked or deleted from access them, along with users’ backup status. See more in the article: Understanding Storage Dashboard
KPI Dashboard and Custom Dashboard
KPI Dashboard and Custom Dashboard can contain customizable KPI with information tailored for your environment. Whatever KPI (Key Performance Indicators) are important to you and your organization can be monitored, include examples like the number of users not using O365 or Teams, haven’t been in Teams meetings, hours of Teams meetings per week, or more security-focused number of inactive or guests accounts that are inactive. This dashboard shows a graphic representation of the results coming from the KPI reports saved. They are grouped by a category chosen during the creation of the reports. See more in the article: KPI Dashboard and Understanding KPI Dashboard
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