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Real User Monitoring for SaaS Apps You Don't Control

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.

How to Monitor Microsoft 365 Exchange Online

Exoprise Email Graph sensor tests and monitors Microsoft 365 Exchange Online using the new Graph API. As businesses continue to operate remotely, it is more important than ever to have a robust email communication infrastructure for collaboration. When email access is down or slow, it impacts end-user productivity, and businesses suffer. CloudReady Email Graph API sensor synthetically tests Microsoft Graph authentication, permission access, uptime, and mailbox availability no matter what location. Monitor Office 365 Mail queues, SPAM filters and troubleshoot slow email delivery for exchange online.

How to Monitor Microsoft 365 OneDrive Application

Exoprise supports Microsoft 365 OneDrive monitoring similar to SharePoint with OAuth credentials as well as full experience monitoring via a headless browser. The sensor emulates a real user signing into OneDrive to collect end-to-end performance metrics such as health score, server latency, login times, etc. across the infrastructure and measure optimal availability.

How to Monitor Microsoft 365 Azure Active Directory (AAD)

Monitor Microsoft 365 Azure Active Directory (AAD) with Exoprise CloudReady. AAD is an enterprise multi-tenant cloud directory and identity management service. In your business, employees who work from home remotely or the office rely on Azure AD to log in to multiple Office 365 services and access them through a single set of cloud credentials.

Optimize Monitoring Strategy for End User Productivity

Optimizing the digital experience monitoring (DEM) strategy should be a priority for businesses. According to Forrester, the five principles to optimize end-user experience management are 1. Holistic 2. Workflow-centric 3. Feedback-driven 4. Automated and 5. Quantified. Exoprise offers businesses a 360 degree DEM solution for cloud, network, and workspace digital transformation. The better together monitoring strategy combines real user and synthetic monitoring to deliver actionable insights to IT for SaaS applications whether consumed from home or office. With complete coverage for ALL of Office 365 cloud productivity applications and crowd-sourced benchmarks, Exoprise leads the way to ensure high productivity for the remote workforce.

Benchmark Network Capacity and SaaS Application Performance

Exoprise CloudReady effectively benchmarks SaaS application and network capacity performance through the power of crowd intelligence. This unique approach covers a variety of useful metrics for IT administrators such as Network RTT, Audio Jitter, SharePoint Health, Server Latency, Login Times, etc. Combining application monitoring and end-to-end network diagnostics with the power of crowd-sourced data analytics provides complete visibility into business-critical cloud services as well as insights into the health of the Internet. Reduce MTTR and accelerate troubleshooting during outages by instantly finding bottlenecks in the service delivery chain.

Best Practices to Improve End User Experience Management

Businesses need best practices and implementation strategies to improve the end-user experience for their employees. By combining synthetics and real user monitoring, IT can deliver a seamless Microsoft 365 and SaaS application experience. As work anywhere becomes a dominant reality, employee productivity and technology empowerment will be critical goals to measure. Ultimately, business leaders will need to determine key processes and workflows that need effective monitoring. Dedicating specific staff resources to digital workplace experience will impact end-user productivity.

Digital Experience Monitoring and Delivery Challenges

Delivering a digital experience with traditional monitoring tools is a challenge. Most legacy tools are monitoring on servers and websites and lacking coverage on holistic real-time user experience. These tools also have a limited view into cloud services they don't own. Rapid migration to digital tools and platforms creates additional challenges for IT to deliver and manage end-user experience. New expectations as a result of remote work are redefining the new IT landscape. The workplace model is changing fast and a variety of variables such as internet speed, multiple endpoints, limited remote troubleshooting ability, etc. impacts the delivery of a great experience.