With the right combination of tech and internal communications, you can do a huge amount to actually increase the wellbeing and value a remote employee feels they’re getting from your business. Unfortunately, a lot of businesses struggle to do this, at least on a continual basis.
DX Academy is Aternity’s new training solution that provides DEM best practices training from both Aternity and third party sources, including technology partners and other associated institutions.
Studies consistently show that a positive UX (user experience) drives revenue growth, repeat business and brand loyalty. Here’s a good example: in Robert Pressman’s book Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach, he writes “For every dollar spent to resolve a problem during product design, $10 would be spent on the same problem during development, and multiply to $100 or more if the problem had to be solved after the product’s release.”
When the world transitioned to a remote workspace, one of the things that most of us figured out quickly was that some applications just don’t work well with corporate VPN. Video and voice applications, like Microsoft Teams, are essential to business operations. I wouldn’t want to add another point of failure that I’d need to troubleshoot if I didn’t have to.
Aternity recently sponsored a webinar with 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, on the future of work. Two scary statistics on the impact of end-user technology on employee engagement, satisfaction, and productivity were presented. This blog covers how Aternity helps organizations address the challenges of hybrid work environments.
We are in this together. As part of our continuous efforts to meet customer expectations, we have recently added Core Web Vitals to our performance measurement programs. We are happy to share that these metrics are now a native part of the Catchpoint Platform. DevOps’ SREs, Platform Operations Engineers, and business and monitoring strategists alike will realize a series of key benefits from this addition.