Immediate – Tuesday May 13, 2014
TechEd North America 2014, Houston, Texas
Enhansoft is pleased to announce at TechEd North America 2014 that Enhanced Web Reporting keeps growing! The latest categories added to Enhanced Web Reporting’s collection of SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports are Share and System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP).
This release includes three new Share SSRS reports and five new System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) SSRS reports.
“These two new Enhanced Web Reporting categories will enhance your overall understanding of PC security and auditing,” said Chief Architect Garth Jones. “We listened to customer feedback about the need for these reports, so we are excited to release them at TechEd.”
These reports along with all of the reports in Enhanced Web Reporting integrate with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager.
The Share category of reports allows for an accurate and efficient review of all shares (shared folders, shared printers, etc.). Knowing this information is helpful in tracking down rogue shares that may not be properly configured or shouldn’t exist in the first place. Routinely reviewing these reports will help reduce risk because administrators can now be more proactive changing or removing shares as needed.
The System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) reports are meant to quickly help IT administrators and security teams understand their SCEP environment.
With the addition of these 8 new reports, Enhanced Web Reporting now totals 156 SSRS reports in 23 different categories. Today we will also publish sample screenshots and additional report information on our blog site.
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Read more about the new Share reports.
Read more about the new System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) reports.
Enhansoft was selected as a finalist in the Systems Management and Operations category with Enhanced Web Reporting for Best of TechEd 2014!