The Executive Dashboard showcases the key components of completed management for your fleet. This dashboard presents information around device management operations such as maintenance items that run recurringly, system updates that keep machines secure, and monitoring items responsible for alerting and remediating any issues.
The Executive Dashboard consist of the following components:
- Policy and Filters
- Portfolio Score
- User Sentiment, Productivity Gains, and Potential Gains
Policy and Filters
Addigy Dashboards allow for extensive filtering of device data. You can filter the information on the dashboard down to a specific policy, by filtering by a device fact such as the macOS version and also by timeframe. We also designed the page to make it easily readable when printed as a PDF.
The portfolio score gives you a high-level view of your current systems stat. More information can be found here:
User Sentiment, Productivity Gains, and Potential Gains
The User Sentiment, Productivity Gains and Potential Gains section highlights how your users feel about services provided to them via Addigy, productivity gains achieved by utilizing automated remediations to issues within your environment, and potential gains that could be achieved by utilizing more automated remediations. You can set up your estimated billing amount value in the Account > Settings page.
The devices section gives you a high-level view of the asset types that you are observing on the dashboard. The Device models are clickable and apply a filter to the page. This section also highlights information such as if your device is enrolled in MDM or a Policy, both required to create a seamless management experience.
The monitoring section presents us with the total amount of resolved monitoring items at the top and then list all monitoring items below, this includes items that are configured in the policy but have no ran yet as well. Monitoring items will have a number next to them indicating how many times they have run in the selected time frame. Clicking the "See All" link will take you over to our monitoring page where you can close, mute, and rearm alerts.
The maintenance section presents us with all the maintenance items have that been running on a recurring base or that are applied to a policy. By clicking "Events" you will find your self at the Maintenance modal where you will have access to your organization's full maintenance history and results.
The updates section presents us with all a list of the Software updates that have been applied to policy and a grand total of those that have completed successfully.