Data security is critical for most Government & Military organizations, which means SaaS web analytics solutions aren’t usually an option. Angelfish can help!
Angelfish provides the following benefits for Government / Military customers:
Angelfish is secure, on-premises web analytics software – you install it on one of your servers, and login to the application via a web browser. Data is stored within the confines of your network, and you retain access control. This also provides full data security.
No Tagging Required
Track Any Website
Angelfish creates detailed usage reports for anything that runs on a web server and creates an access log, like Intranet sites, web applications, public websites, SharePoint, financial and/or HR portals, CDNs, and CRMs. See more examples on our Solutions Page.
Bandwidth & Broken Link Reports
Your web logs contain lots of great information that is often ignored. Angelfish shows total bandwidth by web server, “stolen bandwidth” from hotlinked files, broken links, “Page Not Found” errors, redirects, random status codes like “I’m a teapot” (418), and more.
Process Historical Data
If you have web logs from 2 years ago, you can process them in Angelfish. This works in the trial version too – try it!
Traffic Spike Analysis
Angelfish lets you select a time frame as short as a single second. If you want to see details about a traffic spike yesterday morning at 11:58:23 AM, Angelfish will show you all site activity that occurred during that particular second.
Mobile Device Reporting
Are visitors using mobile devices to access your websites? Angelfish categorizes all visits as Mobile/Tablet or Desktop, with drilldown to browsers, platforms, usernames, and all other segments.
Track Document Access
Angelfish shows you a list of every opened document (PDF, Excel, Word, etc.) and page in your application. And if the username is available, Angelfish shows you who accessed each document or page.
Please visit our Support Center for articles and videos that explain how Angelfish works. We recommend reading the “Administrator Essentials” article: