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How to Choose the Right IT Ops Metrics

Traditionally, we consider IT to be managing and monitoring on-premises network infrastructure, including hardware and software. However, the reality is that most enterprises have accepted and migrated much of their infrastructure to the cloud already. They recognize the benefits of the cloud and that it is here for the long haul. According to the latest study from Deloitte, 90% of organizations have been using cloud services for the last three years, and 79% are hosting workloads with multiple cloud providers. In addition, adopting cloud computing platforms has accelerated significantly in the remote work era.

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4 Ways DEM Improves the Digital Employee Experience

If you have been following the news over the last few months, you will agree that the buzzwords for this year are – inflation and recession. Yet, even in these turbulent times, delivering an excellent digital employee experience (DEX) remains an essential aspect of IT. As organizations continue to add various collaboration, communication, and end-user technologies to the mix, new problems will surface.

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What's Using Your Bandwidth? Here's a Monitoring Tool

Bandwidth monitoring provides IT administrators with the assurance that the network has sufficient capacity to run business-critical applications. In addition, network ops team have end-to-end visibility to identify network hogs that cause the congestion. Typically, when a single component overloads in any network, it can bring the entire operation to its knees and impact the employee digital experience. For example, even if you may have a dedicated service plan from your ISP, employees will end up complaining about issues like large file transfer time and slower applications.

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Microsoft SCOM for Office 365 Monitoring? There Is a Better Alternative.

Gartner predicts that spending on public cloud services will rise to 21% in 2023. Most organizations today support fully remote operations and use SaaS services from the cloud. But is your Microsoft Systems Center Operations Manager (SCOM) tool suitable for monitoring mission-critical services like Microsoft 365? Don't get us wrong - SCOM is a comprehensive monitoring tool for servers, infrastructure, and apps such as Exchange and SQL. However, the recently released Microsoft SCOM Management Pack for monitoring Microsoft 365 lacks clout.

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7 Incident Management Best Practices to Improve Business Efficiency

Think about the last time your IT systems had an outage: How did your team react to it? Were they organized with a clear idea of how best to resolve the issue? Or was it chaotic, with people firing questions from all directions and customer service channels ablaze with requests for help? Digital technology disruptions are typical (and even expected) at the workplace, but it doesn’t have to be chaotic, with teams rushing around to extinguish the metaphoric fire.

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Microsoft 365 Monitoring for CIOs: Challenges and Solution

Microsoft Office 365 monitoring for the entire company is a big achievement. When the pandemic took hold worldwide, the once "nice-to-have" applications became the "go-to" apps. During this time, CIOs became responsible for relocating their employees to a remote workplace and providing reliable end-user services, such as Microsoft Teams, Outlook, SharePoint, and more. But even as the pandemic subsides, hybrid work gains prominence, and events like the Microsoft Ignite become in-person, monitoring the end-to-end connectivity and network performance of Microsoft 365 still remains a high strategic priority for CIOs.

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What is the True Cost of Low Employee Engagement?

Employee engagement is the key to boosting IT workplace productivity in an organization. But bad digital employee experience (DEX) can result in disengagement, hurting your company’s net income and increasing employee turnover. According to Gallup’s 2022 Workplace report, disengaged employees cost the global economy a whopping $7.8 trillion loss in productivity. For US companies, the cost is around $350 billion for a single year.