Reporting on Devices

The Vocera Report Server provides several asset tracking reports that show which Vocera devices are being used and by which users or departments. They can help you view device inventory, find missing devices, identify non-functioning devices, and plan for department needs based on usage patterns.

The following table lists device management reports available in Vocera Report Server. For more detailed information about these reports, see the Vocera Report Server Guide.

Table 1. Device management reports

Report

Description

Device Last User Access

Displays the last user to log in to a device. This report can be configured to show all devices that have accessed the Vocera system, devices where users have not logged in for several days (lost devices), and devices that users have logged in for the first time ever (unregistered devices) or for the first time in a long time (lost devices that have been found).

Device Last Network Access

Shows when a device last accessed the Vocera server and what access point or area it was associated with. If a user is not logged in to the device at the last access time, the user is identified as "Not Logged In." Otherwise, the actual user name is displayed. Devices are grouped by the owning group. Each device's data spans two rows to accommodate all of the information.

Device Inventory - Summary

Summarizes which devices each department is using. Information is grouped by department, and within each department, by device MAC address. To see who in that department is using the device, use the detailed version of the report.

Device Inventory - Detail

Shows details about which devices each user in each department is using. Information is grouped by department, and within each department, by device MAC address.

Device Usage Report

Shows which devices each user in each department is using. This report helps identify devices that have moved to a different department and devices that may not be working properly (based on short periods of use).

Device Status Tracking

Shows the device status changes that occurred for each device. This report helps identify which devices are currently at a particular status (such as Lost, In Repair, or RMA'ed).