Automate Manual Tasks & Reduce IT Bottlenecks Using RBAC

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Get the most out of your IT resource by utilizing role based access controls and automating labour intensive and time consuming IT administration.

By using dynamic user groups, employees email signatures, SaaS licenses and approval processes can all be controlled from a centralized platform. Administrators can assign individuals and groups role based access controls, granting them permission to perform basic approval and access requests. This allows the marketing team to manage email signatures, or the HR team to control asset requests, helping reduce the strain on busy IT departments, whilst avoiding any negative impact to the business.

How Roles Work


Roles allow you to group a set of permissions together that will provide users with all the tools they need, meaning that all of your staff can complete their to-do lists without delay.

Role Templates

Role Templates make it easy to get started on building permissions groups. When creating a new role (or editing an existing role), use these templates to add all the basic permissions that you might need for a certain role (e.g. Email Signature Manager or First Line Support), and still assign or remove additional permissions, as required.

Domain Management Access

Allow administrators to access multiple domains across your entire organization, empowering IT and HR facilities to promote consistency without compromising on security.

An external user or group can be assigned custom roles on your domain so they can access and manage specific aspects such as email signatures or security policy.

1,000,000 + Users

managed on the CloudM platform

8,000 + Organizations

using CloudM

107  Countries

using CloudM

Uni Of Maryland

University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business, USA

Christopher Gleeson, Systems & Network Engineer

"I love that I can set access levels as to what information users can edit by OU or by individuals. I could designate HR with the rights to change nearly all features of a user's profile, while restricting the user rights to their own profile."

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