We have been making many improvements to Omnicontext standard reports over the past few months. Combined, they are substantial enough to be worth a summary that outlines all new and improved capabilities. They follow our long-term objective of delivering full adoption and productivity insight, plus comprehensive service monitoring and usage reports.
With its most recent updates, Omnicontext is now fully capable of answering the key questions asked by organizations that deploy Office 365:
To obtain meaningful answers to these questions, we re-organized our standard reports and added new data sources. The reports integrate activity and usage data to create a holistic view of how working time is used and how more value can be produced in less time. There are dedicate analytics on time lost because of unavailable services, and also on losses caused by too much time and effort consumed by new technology itself.
The pre-defined analytics are divided into three areas: Personal, Productivity, and Operations. All of them use every available data source, as it has always been in Omnicontext. The Office 365 data as of now cover these apps: Exchange Online, OneDrive, Teams, SharePoint Online, Planner, PowerBI. For all these apps we collect assigned and used licenses, detailed usage patterns, real-time services status at the user location, and service quality trends over long periods of time. This information is combined with on-premise data on email, telephony, instant messaging, databases, web sites, networks and platform infrastructure. So, not only cloud-based workplace is analyzed, but also the side-by-side view of Office 365 and in-house services.
Omnicontext web application has now a new contemporary look and feel with a choice between light and dark mode, and with an ability to create custom themes using your own fonts and colors.
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