BI for Intune

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Easily create custom reports and dashboards from Microsoft Intune with this app.

This app requires: 
  • Connection key, without it the app cannot connect to the datasource
Microsoft Intune is a leader in the Unified Endpoint Management space. It is a cloud-based management solution that provides for mobile device, Mac, and PC management. It aims to provide Unified Endpoint Management of both corporate and BYOD devices in a way that protects corporate data. However, Intune lacks in reporting capabilities.
Fatstacks have developed BI for Intune to fill this reporting gap. Our business intelligence product solutions run in the industry standard Microsoft Power BI service making it easy to share and access your data from anywhere on any device.
BI for Intune the in the only customizable reporting solution for Intune that connects to the live data in Intune. In addition to the unlimited reports that can be created using the simple point and click interface of Power BI, BI for Intune is currently shipping with out-of-the-box reports. Each of these reports are fully interactive meaning that you can simply select and element on a page to see more information.
Summary: The Summary report provided by BI for Intune provides and high-level overview of the Intune environment. This includes device hardware, device compliance, device configuration, device encryption, Windows Updates status, and much more.
Device Info: The Device Info report provides an in-depth view of all managed devices. This include manufacturer, model, serial number, installed operating system and compliance data.
User Info: The User Info report provided by BI for Intune is a one-stop report that contains information such as username, first and last name, location, and contact info.
Compliance Policies: The Compliance Policies report provides actionable data that enables you to quickly discover devices that are not compliant with your defined company compliance policies.
Device Configuration: Utilize the Device Configuration report to troubleshoot failed configuration policies from an interactive page.
Windows Updates: The Windows Updates report empowers you to determine which Windows devices have not installed the latest Windows updates. Using the built-in “last check-in date” filter you can quickly filter out stale records for more accurate reporting.