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The Proactive IT Manager for Digital Experience Monitoring

As remote working culture becomes more prevalent, technology is now at the core of many business operations, and digital experience monitoring (DEM) has never been more important. In today's business, IT must help increase employee productivity and drive business growth rather than just solve problems at the support desk. Many companies have not yet fully implemented their digital experience strategy. As a result, many problems related to different devices, network conditions, and service providers are still plaguing the industry and ruining the employee experience.

Digital Experience Monitoring from Exoprise (Intro video)

Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) from Exoprise offers a unique solution combining proactive monitoring with synthetics and endpoint monitoring with RUM. We call it Better Together! Using the Exoprise DEM solution, enterprises can empower IT to support work-from-anywhere initiatives. Whether your team is interested in 24*7 monitoring of Microsoft 365 or complete coverage of third-party services like Zoom, Exoprise has it all.

What is Remote Work?

Remote work has seen a resurgence due to the pandemic, and hybrid work is here to stay. It’s excellent news for knowledge workers, but what does it mean for support teams? Employees working from their home, vacation property, or a coffee shop create a different environment for technology teams, who need to support and ensure the applications and infrastructure are working well end-to-end.

Windows 11 Upgrade? Try Digital Experience Monitoring

It feels like yesterday but believe it or not; it’s been over six months since Windows 11 was officially launched in the market. To be precise, the operating system came out on October 5, 2021. Compared to Windows 10, Windows 11 is packed with enhanced security features and provides faster access to services you already use, such as Microsoft Teams, Skype, the (new) Edge browser, and more. Most importantly, the OS centers on hybrid work and digital experience to empower remote learning.

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3 Reasons You Need a Digital Experience Monitoring Solution

Exoprise customers are already enjoying the full benefits of 24*7 active monitoring for their enterprise applications. Don't believe us? Take a look at one of our case studies. While synthetic monitoring (aka Active Monitoring) is great for proactively detecting SaaS, network, and Internet outages, the IT world has now switched to Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) solutions. Thanks to Covid, that took the world by storm.

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Better Together: Combine Real User Monitoring with Synthetics

Synthetic Transaction Monitoring (STM) and Real-User Monitoring (RUM) are two different approaches for monitoring end-user experiences with SaaS, Desktop, and networked applications. But in today's digital world, response time, availability, and work-from-anywhere initiatives are becoming closely aligned. Employees need the flexibility to collaborate from any location without disruption. Organizations must look towards a holistic monitoring strategy to make this feasible every day.
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WiFi Observability to Boost Employee Digital Experience

We are all moving towards a digital workplace - or a hybrid work scenario. Whatever be the case, you can expect end-users to call and complain about a poor WiFi experience. That's because network monitoring needs to be done from their standpoint, not from the enterprise end. And without the correct WiFi observability data, it's challenging to narrow down the root cause of the problem affecting remote employees. And those problems - poor WiFi performance leading to poor digital experience - can be pervasive and persistent.

The Great Resignation - What's at Stake for IT?

Roughly 47.4 million people quit their jobs and left the workforce last year in search of better ones, leading to what we now call the Great Resignation. Then, as the economy re-opened and companies intensified hiring efforts, millions of people switched careers, searching for better working conditions and higher salaries. Experts say the trend will continue as the Gen Z population reshapes the labor market.