Today, we are pleased to announce the general availability of Desktop Analytics, a cloud connectivity service that integrates with System Center Configuration Manager to enable IT professionals to take a data-centric Windows endpoint management approach. Since releasing the public preview in July, thousands of organizations have leveraged the intelligence and insights generated by millions of endpoints that have already registered. We're working hard to provide new features and enhancements that address your feedback about the service. Insights and Intelligence with Desktop Analytics
The purpose of Desktop Analytics is simple. Make an accurate determination of the readiness status of the Windows endpoint. By combining your organization's specific data with insights from millions of Windows devices connected to Microsoft cloud services, you can:
- Get a comprehensive view of the endpoints, applications, and drivers you manage in your ecosystem.
- Latest Windows feature updates evaluate application and driver compatibility, provide mitigation recommendations for known issues, and advanced information about line-of-business apps.
- Use the following to optimize your set of pilot devices to properly represent your entire asset. The power of AI (artificial intelligence) and the Microsoft cloud.
What's New in Desktop Analytics
After releasing a public preview of Desktop, Analytics has been working to bring new features on a regular basis. . For example, in August, the workflow was simplified, as there was no need to manually evaluate applications known to be compatible with new feature updates (e.g., system components published by Microsoft). Then in September we offered one of the most requested features. The ability for customers to migrate existing data from Windows Analytics Upgrade Readiness to Desktop Analytics during the onboarding process.
In addition to this update, the System 1906 Release Center Configuration Manager integrates step-by-step deployment with Desktop Analytics to build on the status information of Desktop Analytics. To automate pilot and production deployments. In the future, onboard customers will be able to migrate their manager data. We also continue to invest in improving long-running services, such as improving performance and reliability.
Customers can upgrade to Desktop Analytics faster.
We hear from customers like Sandvik, who has integrated Desktop Analytics into the update workflow. "19659013" "Desktop Analytics provides valuable information and insights into your device, allowing you to move faster with Windows 10 feature updates. There is. "
—Ola Ström, Solution Sandvik Architects, Devices and Platform Services
Last talks with more than 12 customers over the past month consistently found that application and driver validations reached 40% and 60% of the time. I've heard that during the entire budget of upgrading to a new version of Windows, Desktop Analytics allows you to automate this task and eliminate most of the time and money
Start using Desktop Analytics now
As you can see, Desktop Analytics is based on what we've developed with Windows Analytics by adding more in-depth integration, providing a ring-based approach to deployment using status signals via Configuration Manager.
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