LAUSANNE, Switzerland–(BUSINESS WIRE)– End-user analytics is changing the way IT directors and business executives understand and align IT with the business and end-user requirements. With the innovations in Nexthink V6, organizations can simplify and accelerate the management and transformation of their complex IT infrastructure, and quickly respond to new business requirements and end-user work styles.
Nexthink V6 provides:
A fully redesigned Portal:
The new Portal presents cutting edge visualizations to analyze IT environments and clearly communicate accurate data across IT and business departments. Custom analytics and dashboards can now be created in minutes.
New end-user centric analytics view in the Finder:
The new end-user view in the Finder presents an interactive timeline of all devices, activities, issues, changes and services in use. Organizations can now easily identify commonalties and patterns across end-users in just one click.
Single click investigations with progressive discovery:
More actionable drill downs from the end-user and device views enable organizations to directly understand if an event or issue is reoccurring for a specific end-user and easily verify how many other end-users are affected, which accelerates problem identification and resolution.
Collector for Windows Servers:
Extend end-user analytics beyond the first destination with a Collector on Windows Servers. This allows organizations to discover and integrate more analytics on end-user experience and services delivered, as well as verify overall security and compliance end-to-end.
HP ArcSight integration:
The Integration Toolkit module now includes certified HP ArcSight ESM integration that can be customized. Nexthink complements HP’s SIEM platform with end-user security analytics that are correlated with HP’s network, server and information security data and provides essential end-user context for more deterministic security alerts. Nexthink also helps identify security breaches, risk factors, and compliance issues much faster and empower decision making to respond to internal and external risk – before high impacts and losses.
In Gartner’s 2014 CIO survey (see “Flipping to Digital Leadership: The 2015 CIO Agenda 1“), 80% of CIOs agree that a shift away from backward-looking, passive analysis is needed to lead in a rapidly changing digital business world. 2
“With Nexthink V6 it is now much easier to produce individual analytics and dashboards,” says Henning Kupfer, Head of Windows Devices at Brose. “The newly developed Portal aids my team by creating dashboards and running challenging analytics in minutes. Data is much quicker to review for the recipient and is presented in a more attractive way. The advanced search function in the Finder enables us to identify interesting patterns and correlations with just a single click.”
“Nexthink V6 introduces a new Portal and award winning visualizations that make analytics easy,” said Pedro Bados, founder and CEO of Nexthink. “We believe that this new version will be life changing for our customers and allow them to create their own innovative custom views that drive smarter real-time business decisions and outcomes.”
1 Gartner, Inc., Flipping to Digital Leadership: The 2015 CIO Agenda, Dave Aron, Graham F. Waller, Lee Weldon, 04 October 2014. G00270826.
2 Gartner, Inc., Digital Business Initiatives Demand the Use of IT Operations Analytics to Spark Transformation, Colin Fletcher, 26 March 2015, G00273028.