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Event in Review: Splunk's DevOps & Observability Best Practices Event

Last week, Catchpoint was one of the sponsors of Splunk’s half-day DevOps & Observability Best Practices event. It was a jampacked conference that examined what observability is, its key drivers, and how observability and monitoring exist “like two peas in a pod”, perfect compliments to one another in enabling enterprise to better understand overall systems behavior and health.

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Event in Review: MIT Sloan CIO Digital Learning Series - The Post-Pandemic Enterprise

Last month, Catchpoint’s CEO, Mehdi Daoudi, took part in episode 3 of the MIT Sloan CIO Digital Learning Series focused on the post-pandemic workplace and customer experience. Episode 4, which took place over Zoom on Wednesday, September 9th, picked up where last month left off with a candid discussion between business leaders, consultants and MIT academics about the ongoing challenges enterprise is experiencing due to COVID-19 and how business leaders and others are handling them.

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One Company, Multiple Monitoring Mindsets

Monitoring plays a critical part in the success of any business that relies on its digital services. Businesses want to understand the end-user experience, which enables or hinders good end-user experience, and how it relates to their business revenue. It plays a crucial role in answering some critical questions. Interestingly, our recent 2020 CIO Survey results highlight how the monitoring approach adopted by top/bottom tier organisations impact the overall business metrics.

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AT Internet - Elevating Product Quality with Catchpoint

AT Internet, a digital analytics pioneer, helps companies measure and optimize the digital performance of their customers across all marketing channels. From data collection to in-depth analysis and the sharing of insights, AT Internet’s Analytics Suite Delta provides high-quality, GDPR-compliant data that optimizes decision-making company-wide.

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Evaluating Cloud Service Providers

Cloud adoption has continued to push the momentum on digital transformation. The initial apprehension within enterprises on managing the disruption caused by the ongoing pandemic has slowly waned. Enterprises now have a clearer picture of the situation and are moving forward. The need for online collaboration and online meetings has forced most enterprises to rely more on cloud services for managing their workforce and to provide an environment that allows employees to work remotely.