Manage devices in your fleet and perform functions on a particular set of devices using many different screens in the AirWatch Admin Console.
You can examine the data flow with the Hub and take a closer look at your fleet with Device Dashboard. You can also group devices together and create customized lists with the Device List View.
You can also generate Reports and easily identify devices with Tags. You can also set up the Self-Service Portal (SSP) to enable end users to manage their own devices and reduce the strain on Help Desk personnel.
Selecting a Home Page
Although you can choose any page in AirWatch to be your home page, the Hub is a popular choice. The Hub contains a bird's-eye view of popular information about your device fleet. This information includes enrollment status, platform breakdown, enrollment history, compliance, profiles, app information, and more. For more information, see AirWatch Hub.
Summarized Device Details
The Device Dashboard provides a look at summarized device details. These details include security overview, ownership breakdown, a breakdown of the last time your devices have checked in, and operating system versions. For more information, see Device Dashboard.
All Your Devices in a Single View
The Device List View lets you make customized lists of devices using filters and sorting, and then enables you to perform actions on that list. These actions include sending email, text message, or push notifications, requesting an enterprise wipe, adding a device tag, change ownership level, and many other actions. For more information, see Device List View.
Single Device Deep Dive
View all the details of a single device including user info, installed profiles, policies, certificates, and apps. Also, you can audit all the environment information such as organization group, assigned smart groups, and location data. For more information, see Device Details.
AirWatch can notify you when the number of enterprise-wiped devices exceeds a threshold that you define. For more information, see Wipe Protection.
Rather than manually move devices to other user groups for managing device content, you can move those devices (and by extension, profiles, apps, and policies) automatically. This device movement is based on an Internet protocol (IP) address or custom attribute. For more information, see Device Assignments Overview.