Self Service Provisioning for Office 365
Improve Office 365 Adoption
Successfully delivering Office 365 Self Service provisioning can greatly improve adoption. This is because user empowerment is one of the key components of a successful Office 365 adoption strategy. Furthermore, Office 365 Self Service reduces the demand for insecure cloud services by making the request process simple and efficient.
Users best understand when a new object should be created in Office 365. Whether this be for a project, external collaboration or intranet portal. This is in contrast to IT who do not necessarily understand the business need and can be slow to respond.
ProvisionPoint enables Office 365 Self Service for authorised users. They are able to easily request new SharePoint Sites, Office 365 Groups or Microsoft Teams.
Office 365 Self Service with Request Forms
In ProvisionPoint users can request a new Office 365 object via a request form. They are able to choose from a selection of templates to create SharePoint Sites, Office 365 Groups and Microsoft Teams. These templates, called Service Definitions, can be configured by administrators to include various organisation settings.
In contrast to native Office 365, only authorised users can create new Office 365 objects using ProvisionPoint. Administrators can restrict some users to only being able to create certain Office 365 objects. As result there is a reduction in the risk of information chaos and data duplication.
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