A new year means a new Device Cloud. And for this release, we’ve made a number changes to automate network management, simplify compliance with security standards, and even include a way to brand Device Cloud as your own. Here’s an overview of three key features that are available with the new release.
Device Profile Manager
The new Device Profile Manager feature is a powerful tool that enables Device Cloud users to ensure their devices are in accordance with a specific configuration. When a device does not meet the specified configuration, networks admins can set up notifications or automatic responses for Device Cloud to perform. For example, if an unknown file is uploaded to a cellular router, it will notify Device Cloud and it’s default configuration is resorted. This feature is a crucial component to any PCI compliant solution and makes it easier to meet other performance and security requirements.
Device Health Reports
In our September release, we introduced the Device Health Dashboard. This gives you a quick at-a-glance view into how your network is performing. Now, we have expanded on this feature and users are able to export device health data out of Device Cloud. So whether you need this data for SLA compliance or general troubleshooting, it’s just a few clicks away.
Device Cloud users can customize the user interface to their brand. This capability allows users to change the product name, logo, color scheme, and font style to be in-line with their brand guidelines. The hostname can also be modified so you can make Device Cloud your own and provide customers with a unified product to cloud experience.
If you already have a Device Cloud simply log into your account to access these new features. Not yet signed up for Device Cloud? Click here for a free Device Cloud Developer account and test out these new features for yourself.