Try Out Windows Analytics Device Health Now


Last month we announced Windows Analytics Device Health, the latest addition to the suite of Windows Analytics functionality designed to ensure employees have the best possible experience with Windows 10.  Through the proactive insights provided by Device Health, we believe we can help you save time and money by reducing helpdesk calls and keeping employees productive.

Today, we are happy to announce that the public preview of Windows Analytics Device Health is available for you to try.  Initial functionality will focus on device reliability to help you reduce OS crashes in your organization, as well as Windows Information Protection (WIP) App Learning to help you tune your WIP policies to ensure the apps your end-users need have appropriate access to work data, with additional functionality to be provided in the coming months to provide even more insights.  We hope that you will try it out and provide feedback, and follow along through the preview process as we add more features.

If you are already using Windows Analytics or are an existing OMS customer, you can easily add Device Health to your existing workspace.  If you are new to Windows Analytics, it’s easy to sign up.  Either way, visit the Windows Analytics overview page for more information and to take the next step.

For more detail, also check out the blog post by Marc Shepard, Principal Program Manager Lead for Device Health, as well as all of the other posts available on the Windows Analytics blog.

You can read more about Windows Analytics Device Health in the available documentation, and we look forward to receiving your feedback through the Windows 10 Feedback Hub – look for the “Windows Analytics for Enterprises” category.  (Remember too that you can use Azure Active Directory accounts to submit feedback associated with your organization.)

 


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Comments (2)

  1. Peter says:

    I already added Device Health to OMS last week for customers already using Update Compliance.
    At Update compliance I see the devices, at Device Health still no data.

    1. See the Getting Started topic in the Device Health docs. The main requirement for Device Health over the other Windows Analytics solutions is for “enhanced” telemetry; only devices with this enabled will show up.

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