In this 4th blog in a series of posts about Endpoint Analytics we’ll continue with Recommended Software, which one of the four main pillars (Startup performance, Proactive Remediation, Recommended Software, Application Reliability) of Endpoint Analytics.
As mentioned before Endpoint Analytics aims to improve user productivity and reduce IT support costs by providing insights into the user experience. The insights enable IT to optimize the end-user experience with proactive support and to detect regressions to the user experience by assessing user impact of configuration changes.
Independent of your hardware estate, which may very per organization, there are a number of fundamental principles underpinning to achieve an optimal score with Endpoint Analytics. Your hardware, applications & services largely determines how end users experiences their workplace. With new hardware, imperfections can go unnoticed without negative effect, however as hardware ages, this will change and become more tangible.Continue reading “Part 4 – Improve endpoint user experience with Microsoft Endpoint Analytics: Recommended Software”