Improve the security and privacy of your hosted data
Advanced Office 365 reporting capabilities and powerful, flexible data search enable you to stay aware of all changes made to SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business and Exchange Online. Track changes to SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business configurations, sharing and security settings and content. See what happened to Exchange Online groups, mail users, mailbox permissions, policies, public folders and management roles. Track and report on access to SharePoint Online lists and documents, including files from OneDrive for Business, and non-owner access to Exchange Online user mailboxes.
"Netwrix Auditor is the excellent tool all IT personnel and IT auditors need in order to better maintain their network infrastructure and get quick and accurate insight into the applied configuration and changes. We previously had been using the Dell (Quest) tool, but decided to switch to Netwrix Auditor due to many reasons."
George Kazan, Technical Manager & Partner,
Active Networks SAL
Ensure that anybody who needs audit information has access to actionable intelligence
Enable your peers, managers, executives, assessors, data owners or anyone else to get the information they need by subscribing them to any particular audit report – it will be automatically delivered by email or put into a specified network folder according to the schedule you define. Or offer them the convenience of the Netwrix Auditor client console, which provides access to all Office 365 audit information any time it is required. The Netwrix Auditor client can be installed on an unlimited number of computers within or outside of your organization.
"We use Netwrix Auditor to monitor changes for potential breaches of policy and security. It also helps us monitor our Exchange environment. Netwrix Auditor saves me more than 10 hours of work weekly, and it makes audits about 24 hours shorter and far less stressful. We are very happy with the application and plan to continue using it for the foreseeable future."
Adrian Iwanczuk, Chief Technology Officer,