Watch this video to learn how to monitor third-party SaaS and Web applications with Exoprise Service Watch Browser.
Service Watch Browser provides real user monitoring of web applications such as Microsoft 365, Salesforce, Workday, etc. through a browser extension. After securely installing from the Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome web stores, the browser plugin collects session performance data for specific configured URLs and domains and then uploads it to Exoprise for aggregation and compare. Using this information, IT administrators can quickly diagnose network connectivity issues and optimize the end-user experience.
Most legacy tools are monitoring on servers and websites and lacking coverage on holistic real-time user experience. Rapid migration to digital tools and platforms creates additional challenges for IT to…
Watch this video to learn how to troubleshoot Microsoft Teams issues from anywhere using hop-by-hop analysis and network path performance insights.
Watch this video to learn how to use to monitor SaaS applications (internal or external) without scripting. IT can collect valuable web performance metrics (login time, connect time, TTFB, DNS…
Monitoring Microsoft 365 is essential to ensure a superior digital experience with cloud productivity apps. Exoprise effectively monitors the health and performance of applications such as Teams, SharePoint, etc. via…
To achieve successful business and information technology transformations you need to monitor the employee digital experience using both synthetic and passive monitoring.
Watch this video to learn how to use the Service Watch Browser to monitor SaaS applications with real user monitoring. Get detailed page diagnostics and troubleshoot local network connectivity issues.
Watch this tutorial to see how to troubleshoot Microsoft OneDrive with Exoprise solutions
Synthetics and real-user monitoring to monitor Azure Virtual Desktop proactively and for every end-user