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Troubleshooting Office 365 Issues Made Simple

Do you often ask yourself the question -  Is there an Office 365 problem today? While you try to find the answer, your customers (end-users) complain because they can't access their business applications. Apart from all this, your boss needs…

Exoprise Digital Experience Scores

How Digital Experience Scores Optimize the Workplace

Introduction User experience is subjective. For example, asking tourists visiting New York City about their experiences gives different answers. Likewise, end-users who work remotely with different resources and disparate assets can have varied experiences with their business applications. How can…

End-user Experience Is Where IT Comes Together

6 Use Cases for Digital Experience Monitoring

If you live and breathe in the technology industry, chances are you are hearing Digital Experience Monitoring a lot these days. So what is Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM), and why is IT obsessed with it? With a remote-first culture brewing…

Exoprise Beating Competition In Digital Experience Monitoring

Why Exoprise Beats the Competition

Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) solutions like those from Exoprise monitor SaaS and custom web applications behind the firewall or cloud to deliver optimal performance to end-users. In a survey done by Forrester, 51% of technology teams and individuals are now…

Web Experience Scoring

Web Experience Monitoring for End-Users

Introduction Exploring the Internet via a web browser such as Google Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge is commonplace today. But at times, end-users visiting SaaS apps through multiple channels can face several performance issues. Slow Wi-Fi and network speed Increase page…

Monitor Microsoft 365 Client Apps in Real-Time

Introduction Microsoft 365 client applications such as Outlook, OneDrive,  and Teams are standalone programs that perform the bulk of the resource and workload processing on a user’s computer. Data retrieval and verification for these applications happen on the client-side, and…

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