I currently have about 200+ phones that I'm managing through the Company. We are with Verizon and have a great plan.
However the reports and current usage monitor on there site isn't really detailed out. Like I can see the Date and Time and Usage for a single Phone or Mifi device but it doesn't tell me what chewed up that Data.
So I'm wondering if any other IT guys/gals out there know of a great solution to actually track what these devices are doing to chew up all this data. I've had one employee around 12 - 15GB of data a month but when asked why, the response is that he is only using it for company things. I can't believe that because I average around 2 - 4GB of data and I do tons on my phone but I don't stream netflix or listen to pandora, etc.... But I still use my phone a ton for Data things.
I've looked into Stealth Genie and that might work but is there anything else that can track websites visted or apps that chew up data that I can monitor from the cloud or website so the employee doesn't know they are being tracked? I want to call them out as liars but I cannot do that if I don't have proof.
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