By Aaron Hamilton | Principal Program Manager on the Enterprise Mobility and Customer Experience Engineering Team
Mobile Device administrators frequently find themselves asked by other departments for complex reports or dashboards to help other stakeholders get answers to critical questions. The administrators can use the console and Graph API to get reports, but if the report is needed on an ongoing basis, they might have to frequently refresh or rebuild the report. This is where the Intune Data Warehouse (IDW) coupled with PowerBI can be extremely powerful.
In this example, let’s say that the security team wants to understand the lay of the land for the company’s Android footprint across all their users. The security team has asked the mobile device team to help them understand a few key data points and wants to be able to slice the data based on the following types of questions:
Using the IDW and Power BI the MDM team can provide a simple to use report that answers all these questions and makes it easy to read the data and understand what the environment looks like.
In this post, we’re going to build this sample report, show you some basics on how to use the report, and then how to publish it so others within your organization with the appropriate permissions can access it directly through the Power BI portal. Doing all this will provide a few extra capabilities:
Steps to build your report
Your screen will look something like this:
Let us know if you have any questions on this post and creating PowerBI dashboards and reports for your teams, and how these steps work for you when using the Intune data warehouse and PowerBI.
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