Office

Safety Management
for Office 365

Keep your students safe on school-provided Microsoft Office 365 accounts, protecting them from self-harm, cyberbullying, pornography and other harmful situations.

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Content Analysis

Machine learning technology reveals potentially harmful content in Outlook, OneDrive, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Yammer.

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Expert Review

Trained professionals evaluate content 24/7/365, alert school officials of unsafe situations and can event contact local law enforcement.

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Insight & Analytics

School or district administrators receive access to an interactive dashboard for insight into incidents and to help keep students on track.

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Security

Optional email and Microsoft OneDrive archiving helps you reliably meet requirements of eDiscovery and Open Records laws.

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Safety Management Dashboard

Deep insight and analytics on violations and incidents when students use Office 365.

  • Gain insight into student behavior
  • Sort incidents by severity, school or tool
  • Create a positive school climate
  • Decide where to direct digital citizenship
  • Investigate incidents within your schools
  • Ensure students use Office 365 correctly
  • Increase student achievement
  • Access the dashboard from anywhere

Professional Development

Understand and manage integration of Gaggle Safety Management with Office 365. Courses are available in-person or via a webinar and include:

Understanding Gaggle Safety Management for Office 365

Managing the Gaggle Integration with Office 365

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"Any school district
that uses [Microsoft] Office 365 should really use Gaggle Safety Management.”

Jim Peterson
Chief Technology Officer, Bloomington School District 87 (IL)

"Gaggle allows us to make sure any notifications go directly to our building contacts, whether that’s a principal, counselor or someone else.”

John Crum
Director of Technology, Plainfield Community Schools (IN)

John Crum

“Without Gaggle, we’d have to review the bad language words and try to keep up with the new and interesting ways kids say things."

Kim Garcia
Educational Technology Coordinator, Georgetown ISD (TX)

Kim Garcia