Asking your users to unshare files and teams that should not be shared anymore, is a monumental task, and one that is often not met with too much excitement. That's why we have created Tricent. You can simply set up automated policies that either work autonomously or by including the end users, and just like that, you are on your way to file and team sharing compliance.
There is nothing wrong with sharing, as long as you are sharing the right things, with the right people, for the right duration. It is our experience that your end users are probably the people who know best what falls into that category. With Tricent, we create an automated cleanup flow where end users are prompted by email to decide if teams and files should still be shared. If they do nothing, we will unshare automatically.
Get in-depth insights into your organization’s shared files and users’ sharing practices to better:
- Identify highly exposed files and teams, as well as who has access to them
- Audit teams, users, files, external users and domains, etc., in a matter of seconds
- Perform bulk operations to revoke access, assign new team owners, and modify expiration dates
- Revoke access to files created by former employees
Your users probably store files and information in various places. To make sure you can feel secure and be compliant, we support both OneDrive, Teams and SharePoint with our automatic cleanup policies.