7SIGNAL Launches Enhanced Wireless Monitoring Application
Latest release of Mobile Eye enhances connections and improves the digital experience for business professionals and students working remotely
7SIGNAL, the leader in wireless experience monitoring, announced the general availability of Mobile Eye 3.0 with enhanced monitoring capabilities to support “work-from-home” employees and virtual students.
A recent Gartner survey revealed that 74% of CFOs intend to shift some employees to remote work permanently, even after Coronavirus-related public health sanctions are lifted. Additionally, a new infographic released by 7SIGNAL illustrates that existing remote work time will have a lasting effect on our ongoing work styles.
This trend compounds stress for infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders struggling to support the digital experiences of remote workers with limited visibility into employees’ home networks.
This lack of insight into and control over home Wi-Fi networks also impacts virtual students as well. Both workers and learners are struggling with wireless device connectivity, which can result in application crashes, skyrocketing help desk requests, team member frustration and plummeting productivity.
Mobile Eye is an enterprise software-as-a-service application that acts as the world’s first and only Wi-Fi and digital experience agent for mobile devices. The discrete Mobile Eye application runs silently in the background of any Windows®, macOS® or Android® device and provides the wireless connectivity visibility and control I&O leaders seek.
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Enhancements launched with Mobile Eye 3.0 focus on improved foreground and background operations for Android, resulting in more consistent and reliable monitoring of the wireless environment. Increased support for Android deployments using EMM/MDM tools including silent deployment and configuration is also available with this release.
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