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.
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.
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.
Whether you accept it or not, the return to the office is happening. Companies like Microsoft, Google, Apple, Goldman Sachs, and Citigroup have asked their employees to resume operations on-site. Overall, the number of Covid cases in the US has steadily declined. And many states are now lifting their mask mandates. So sooner or later, more businesses will follow a similar suit, including yours.
Last year, during our Work Anywhere webinar, Forrester analyst Andrew Hewitt said that 51% of the technology teams focused on providing the right technology to enhance the employee experience. By 2021, the entire IT organization saw the need to support a flexible digital workplace with appropriate devices, wherever employees were located. According to computer economics, hardware such as PCs, laptops, and mobile devices age every four years.
Crowdsourcing is becoming an essential part of many enterprises, from big companies to startups. This is because it is an incredible way of creating an ecosystem to facilitate different processes within a business. Leveraging the Exoprise platform, companies can benchmark their slow proxies, detect, and fix slow network experiences. Crowdsourcing entails getting information, goods, or services from disparate people worldwide. Often, crowdsourcing is made possible through the magic of cloud-based applications and platforms because of the way the Internet connects people and organizations. Exoprise specializes in crowdsourced monitoring of cloud and SaaS services. We call it crowd-powered.
Assuming you have correctly configured the user ids for MFA authentication in Salesforce, end-users should see the following screen when trying to login into the CRM application. The TOTP-based verification code is generated in third-party authenticator apps (Google or Microsoft) on your mobile device when you first scan the QR code or enter the key manually in the app. In this article, we’ll guide you through all the steps you need to set up our Salesforce MFA Web Sensor in your environment.
Customer-centered business practices have become a major focal point in IT innovation. The advent of massive communication has brought forth a big challenge, however: how does one provide a top-notch customer experience when there are so many factors to account for? The market’s answer to this conundrum is monitoring software.
Our last blog introduced Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for synthetics and discussed how MFA works. Most of our customers use Microsoft Teams as their Go-To messaging and collaboration application. So in today’s article I will show you how to deploy the Teams Audio Video sensor in your environment with an MFA configuration. This will enable testing MFA while at the same time testing the performance of a Teams audio video conference.