The global effect of and challenges to business in 2020 is the very definition of “unprecedented.” While large enterprises enjoy the advantage of scale to redistribute focus and sustain demand for their goods and services, small- to medium-sized businesses may not be as lucky. For example, your favorite restaurants and retail shops, both local and national chains, have been hit in previously inconceivable ways, and are doing everything in their power to survive.
Rocket.Chat Mobile App 4.8 is going to be launched next week with many exciting new features, improvements, bug fixes, and user experience development efforts. Check them out!
Communication is one of the hardest things to do well while responding to incidents. At FireHydrant, we’ve focused on helping people communicate well within their teams when responding to incidents, and also after the fact during post-incident reviews. But what about communicating with your customers? During an incident, your customers want to know that you’re aware of the problem and are working to mitigate or resolve it.
In IT security debates, projects aimed at managing access and identifying users are considered fundamental. However, the processes and technologies for controlling permissions have proved challenging. To solve this dilemma, what is now called Identity Access Management (IAM) was created, which involves the definition and execution of identification processes related to the most critical businesses for a company.
Since the outbreak of Covid-19, many organisations have had to make a swift transition to remote working to ensure business continuity. What would typically take months of planning and preparation was implemented in a matter of days. The chaos that this created, combined with the already uncertain nature of life during a pandemic, had created the ideal environment for cybercriminals.
We’re excited to announce a major enhancement to our platform: traces based alerts and metrics that better reveal the user experience and business performance. A trace tells the story of a transaction as it moves through multiple components of the system. A trace can show you the transaction components, and metrics tell you how the components are performing.
Hazelcast is a distributed, in-memory computing platform for processing large data sets with extremely low latency. Its in-memory data grid (IMDG) sits entirely in random access memory, which provides significantly faster access to data than disk-based databases. And with high availability and scalability, Hazelcast IMDG is ideal for use cases like fraud detection, payment processing, and IoT applications.
Permissions, access controls, user rights, or privileges define what an identity can see or do in an organization. These terms are often used interchangeably based on context, and essentially perform the same function—granting or denying access to the resources in an enterprise.
Enterprise monitoring tools have traditionally paid attention to the performance of monolithic applications hosted on physical and virtual infrastructure resources. The adoption of cloud native and microservices architectures has brought greater focus to end-user experiences delivered by web applications across different global locations. The bar for a great digital customer experience has never been higher.