Cloud computing is rapidly expanding as organizations continue to migrate their workloads and move to hybrid or remote work. According to Swami Sivasubramanian, the vice president of data, analytics and machine learning (ML) services at AWS, analysts forecast that between 5 and 25% of IT spend has moved to the cloud, indicating that organizations will continue to migrate even more of their workloads to the cloud in the future.
The enterprise sector is experiencing a problem that is largely a result of increasing cloud-native applications arriving on the scene. More businesses are embracing a range of both corporate devices and bring-your-own-device strategies.
It also means organizations today have far more devices to manage than they previously. Often organizations are impeccably unable to effectively manage all their work-related components and processes, this result in operational complexity, increase costs, and even impacts security negatively. According to a, endpoint security is becoming a major concern for IT leaders.
According to Nadav Avni, the head of Radix Technologies, organizations can stay ahead of these challenges by utilizing device management solutions that consolidate all devices, work processes, and stakeholders in a single management platform. Radix, an Israel-based company, allows organizations to manage their devices across their networks with its proprietary VISO engine, a and -compliant cloud-based platform that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Radix is a leader in Android-based solutions for enterprise and education industries. According to Avni, Radix's VISO technology allows users to increase administrative effectiveness, eliminate operational complexity, reduce customer churns, and improve customer satisfaction.
The company gives enterprise decision makers the opportunity to create initiatives and ensure that all connected devices are fully managed. The company is also interested in using its classroom management capabilities to change the future of corporate training with AI.
How Radix's platform works with device management challenges
Radix's remote platform is built on six key areas that enable businesses to start small and scale quickly, according to Avni. The platform offers, which provides insights into topics such as application updates, notifications, and others. There is also device management, which helps manage configuration settings. In addition, the third pillar of remote support allows organizations to assist users in real time and to have even control of their work.
The platform's AI capabilities, such as analytics and telemetrics, as well as its over-the-air (OTA) updates that keep devices healthy and patched are the fourth and fifth pillars respectively. The last pillar on which the Radix platform rests is what the company calls "common functionality," which includes dashboards, workflows, automations, and API access.
Radix focuses on laptops, smart speakers, VR devices, interactive flat panels, and other aspects of its technology. While Avni stated that device management is vast, he said, but Radix also focused on endpoint devices. Radix also focused on smart TVs, smart speakers, VR devices, and interactive flat panels. Avni said digital transformation and connected devices are the foundation of every organization.
Large fleets require central oversight, said he, adding that Radix Technologies' device management platform, which helps organizations in becoming more agile, saves time and money, and provides smarter and focused management, is the foundation of this technology.
Radix has the capability to provide a bird's-eye view of an entire device fleet, ensuring that administrators can improve device performance and make informed decisions. With VISO, organizations can also better manage devices from within and without an organization's network, resulting in tedious labor and maintenance.
Some of the VISO engines are:
- Centrally manages apps, OS settings and updates of all devices
- Simplifies batch tasks and simultaneous workflows
- Creates geo-fences and device location perimeters
- Locks, tracks and wipes lost or stolen devices
- Broadcast alerts and notices to all or selected devices
- Enables project managers to make insight-driven decisions based on elaborate usage reports.
Changes the future of corporate training
While Avni explained that Radix can support several environments, including municipalities, university, school, and others, Radix's most popular applications are: Android TV, single-purpose, interactive flat panels, VR devices, and mobile device management (MDM).
Radix uses AI capabilities for its, where its prebuilt algorithm detects and analyzes students' facial expressions, allowing educators to proactively respond and resolve issues quickly.
Radix provides the tools to correctly manage hybrid learning environments, combined with in-class studies and remote learning, according to Avni.
"Radix's device management solutions support digital transformation initiatives in the education sector, permitting education centers to manage interactive classes, keep student devices healthy, patched and tuned to their mission and digital wellbeing," said adolescent.
Trainers or teachers can see every student's screen and camera, as well as do everything related to collaboration in one place. Avni said this is a feature that the company's customers love because, unlike traditional video conference platforms such as and, Radix provides the course facilitators with more robust and accurate information that enable them to manage effectively.
Radix allows the educator not to be able to coordinate between different platforms, but to have everything in one place. With our platform, they can be more focused on teaching and provide a better learning experience for students. Teacher identification via AI helps them to identify who needs assistance by indicating students' responses to lessons, tasks, and more.
Radix has been designed as a corporate training program for large organizations, according to Avni, owing to its ability to facilitate collaboration between the teacher and the student, and adding that further companies will incorporate it in their activities in the future.
The business management business climate
According to Avni, Radix has over 100 competitors in many vertical applications, including Airwatch, the Atlanta-based provider of software and MobilIron. However, Radix's ability to provide EMM and MDM for different OS settings in an all-in-one platform sets it apart from others.
Radix is unique, according to Avni, because it fits all major operating systems, including Android, Windows, iOS, and Linux. Radix meets the needs of large companies, including Lenovo, Sharp, and others.
Radix has built a wide distribution network that includes business-to-business (B2B) channels for working with OEMs/vendor partners, and value-add resellers. Radix, which has claimed a total of 20,000 schools worldwide, has surpassed expectations in the EMM, MDM, and classroom management industry.
Radix is now having a headcount of 50 people, with half of its staff focusing on research and development. It has been self-financed by its owners since its inception in 1992 and received its first external VC investment at the end of 2020. Dov Shoham, Iddo Shoham, and Michael Shoham were all members of the team.