Mobile Device Analytics: Don’t ignore the insights

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    Data-driven decisions are driving the business world. When a company deals with a large number of enterprise devices with users working from several different locations, device data analytics plays a humongous role in ensuring that these devices are being optimally used. Certain mobile device management solution providers like Scalefusion offer mobile device management as an additional feature to enable IT, admins, to extract actionable insights about the enrolled devices including data like usage patterns, user actions, device health, apps, content, and network usage, device performance, and a lot more crucial information.

    What is Mobile Device Analytics?

    When bundled with a Mobile Device Management solution, Mobile device analytics acts like a virtual reflection showing device performance and general health along with the usage pattern of other aspects like enterprise apps, content and corporate data, configuration policy, network and compliance issues and so on.  Device analytics enhances the capabilities of the MDM solution by providing rich and critical insights to drive improvements in device performance, user productivity and uptime insights that analytics companies like Redbird also emphasize. Using mobile device analytics, organizations can perform root cause analysis in case of a device crash, prevent slowdowns, and detect anomalies in case a device behaves different from its originally configured state, abnormal data usage, non-compliance with organization policies, or installation of unauthorized apps that could pose security risks.

    Scalefusion DeepDive: An intelligent Mobile Device Analytics

    Scalefusion as robust mobile device management comes powered with DeepDive, an intuitive mobile device analytics capability that allows your IT admin to get quick and wide insights into your device inventory across all OSs. DeepDive device analytics offers clear and real-time visibility of platform-wide device inventory and general health, security policies, data usage details and compliance-violation information through a simple yet intelligent interface. Vital device-related information can go a long way in helping the company IT and decision-makers to take fast and effective actions driven by a 360-degree overview of the entire device inventory.

    So, what are the components of Scalefusion DeepDive?

    Scalefusion’s DeepDive feature has proved to be a hit amongst the customers for its simple yet transparent interface that allows the IT to have a real-time bird’s eye view and control over all the managed devices across all platforms (Android, iOS, and Windows 10).

    Following are the DeepDive elements:

    Mission Control: Here you can have an overview of the platforms or OSs and can view which are the active or inactive platforms depending on the total number of devices deployed under the platforms. You can also have an idea of all the add-ons that are activated or deactivated within the managed devices. IT admins can also check the remaining days left for free trial and the device license status.

    Mission Control – Device Overview

    Inventory Snapshot: This gives you a comprehensive view of the entire platform summary and the device vitals against different platform. This part also includes information about the total number of managed devices under each deployed platform, the total number of enrolled devices, as well as the total number of locked, unlocked and unmanaged devices.

    Inventory Snapshot

    Device Details: Get a comprehensive view of all your devices and their states. You will be able to see devices that are active (or inactive), policy-compliant (or relaxed), and even the ones that have been removed. You can the overall platform version summary, device type, device make and other details like available storage and battery.

    Device Details

    Compliance violations: Be sure of your device security as you get detailed insights on compliance violations by devices. So, a geofence breach, any security incident, or sim swaps won’t go undetected. You can even see how many devices are enabled with password protection and security encryption.

    Compliance Violations

    Data details: This part shows the data usage pattern against the total number of devices and also gives details about the last data connection, which allows the IT admins to understand if the data has been used optimally for work purpose and if there is any intrusion due to unsafe network connectivity.

    Data Details

    Enterprise store/content management: This part allows the IT admins to view and manage the available storage space for the enterprise apps (both enterprise APKs and play for work apps) and corporate content on your enrolled devices.

    Enterprise Store / Content Management

    In simple terms, Scalefusion DeepDive empowers company IT admins to gather crucial information about the devices in use and the users to take informed decisions in real-time to accelerate user productivity, facilitate device performance and sometimes to avoid security breaches led by data or device misuse. Mobile device analytics can make your MDM more proactive by detecting and/or preventing device failures, work disruptions, and employee (or user) disappointments, thereby making your employees more productive.

    The scope may vary from one solution to another depending on customer expectations and business requirements. Get a holistic view of your devices with Scalefusion DeepDive analytics feature.

    Sonali Datta
    Sonali Datta
    Sonali has an extensive experience in content writing, marketing, and strategy and she has worked with companies where she was involved in the 360-degree content production and editing. An avid reader and animal lover, she loves to cook, take care of her plants and travel.

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