I build a desktop application with the intention for my users to perform actions on remote devices (impossible to say because of the IP of the company). Users will also check the status of these devices before and after the action.
I have a data table with all the fields that users will have to check. See the image below. My actions are located above the data table. Each entry in the data table also has two online buttons, one for additional information (left side) and another to remove the device from the table (right side).
The company really wants our users to perform actions (not shown) on all remote devices at the same time. This is why I have not considered adding a checkbox to the data table to avoid confusion.
My question is: am I using the best design here for my online buttons? I only show about 70% of the fields, and the data table gets pretty wide. Although, if the user is using the application in full screen, it is still easy to see all the contents of the table. Would it be better to have my buttons in line one next to the other, the two right or the two left, or am I going crazy going over-analyzing all of this?
All comments are greatly appreciated. Thank you!