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Build Dashboards for Monitoring the Remote Workforce

Remote workforce management is driving the business landscape, requiring cloud-based tools for monitoring to maintain productivity and user satisfaction. Real-User Monitoring (RUM) and synthetic transaction monitoring are powerful tools that enable organizations to diagnose and fix network issues faster for their employees wherever they work.
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Maximizing ROI with Synthetic and Real-User Monitoring

Today's dynamic business landscape challenges organizations to find ways to optimize their investment and streamline their budgets. With the increasing prominence of remote work and user experience playing a pivotal role in productivity, obtaining a high return on investment (ROI) has become more critical than ever. This article explores how Exoprise's synthetic sensors (Cloudready) and Real User Monitoring (RUM via Service Watch) offer valuable insights that can help drive ROI and enhance digital experience monitoring for businesses.

Optimize Core Web Vitals for SaaS and Custom Apps

A set of metrics known as Core Web Vitals have become key indicators of website performance and user satisfaction. Monitoring and optimizing these metrics for web pages can be challenging. Today, we learn how to use synthetic and real-user monitoring to measure, analyze, and improve Core Web Vitals. Delivering a smooth user experience plays a pivotal role in determining website application success.

Monitoring Single Page Applications with Synthetics and Browser-based RUM

Businesses today are increasingly dependent on Single Page Applications (SPAs) for better user experiences. A Single Page App is when a user loads a web document and the application then updates different parts of the page with background requests. This is opposed to the more traditional Multi-page Applications (MPAs) where each click loads a different web document. Like the way you’re (hopefully) reading different pages on this web server.

Network Path Monitoring Pinpoints and Mitigates Connection Bottlenecks

An employee calls complaining about slow response time. Another one has similar trouble. No red lights are flashing on the Network Operations console, so the network is up and running. What is happening? Frankly, it could be just about anything: an overworked router, a runaway process on a laptop, a slow loading web page, or a bandwidth hog at home.

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.

Exoprise 2021 Year in Review

Happy New Year 2022! In 2021, Exoprise’s critical focus was on improving its product for monitoring digital experiences and mobilizing internal teams to improve customer adoption and SaaS/network experiences everywhere. As Covid continues to dominate the world, IT and business teams are increasingly looking for solutions like Exoprise Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) to ensure end-users are productive with a seamless work-from-home experience.

Empowering Digital Employee Experience with Browser-based Real User Monitoring

Service Watch Browser provides Real User Monitoring (RUM) for SaaS and web applications you don't control. The browser-based plugin can be securely installed as an Internet Explorer or Chrome extension to get the end-user perspective of mission-critical apps such as Microsoft 365, Salesforce, Workday, AWS, etc. Service Watch Browser enables IT admins or app owners to proactively detect and troubleshoot Wi-Fi, ISP, and local network connectivity issues causing the slowness.

Combine Synthetics and Real User Monitoring for a Complete End-User Digital Experience

Real User Monitoring (RUM) is becoming increasingly popular during the pandemic as most employees start to work remotely from home. This type of passive monitoring approach captures the real end-user experience of accessing web applications. IT gathers SaaS application performance metric data and leverages those insights to quickly troubleshoot issues for remote workers. On the other hand, Synthetic monitoring emulates real users accessing cloud and infrastructure services like Microsoft 365. Businesses would benefit from a holistic monitoring strategy that includes both RUM and Synthetic tests to cater to the needs of a hybrid remote workforce.