Device Panel Select Data Tab Centralize Crucial
The governance and security requirements of modern technologies are based on direct, easy and consolidated access to information. Unfortunately, this is a feature that’s not been available in traditional on-premises directories such as Microsoft’s Active Directory. At JumpCloud, we’ve improved our admin user interface (UI) to be in full alignment with what small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) need to perform and stay compliant with the introduction of a new Device Panel Highlights tab. The tab displays the full context of what impacts an individual device, what is happening with it, and who is accessing it.
Better user experience and time
IT administrators are usually required to invest time and effort to extract the necessary data they need from device management and IAM platforms to achieve anything from long-term reporting to simple day-to-day tasks . This can be a prohibitive amount of work, or just providing information that makes the resulting task harder than it needs to be. The problem grows in magnitudes when organizations need to perform audits (like PCI), and gather information to stay compliant, while performing their regular tasks.
With this release, JumpCloud administrators have device health and activity information at their fingertips. The users at once Note that all device health and activity information is available in one central place versus switching between tabs to complete the picture. This improved user experience saves time and makes governance/compliance tasks much easier for IT teams. The image below shows how easy it is to get started with adding a user, device group or policy using the new Highlights tab.
The Device Panel Highlights tab: offers users
- A central landing pad where an individual device is studied
- An overview of device activity and agent status
- A list of all engaged users
- Group and registration policy
- Hardware and network information
Your entire ecosystem in one place
The Device Highlights panel tab provides more than a better UX: it works across all device categories and operating systems. This provides visibility into all heterogeneous computing environments, not just a single operating system, and without the constraints of (Read more…)