Vendors across security sectors are now offering their own digital experience monitoring products, especially when the security products can impact customer networks and performance at various levels. While these monitoring tools can provide valuable information to customers, it raises concerns about whether there is a potential conflict of interest between the vendor and the customer.
“Are your customers, partners and employees complaining about how slow your applications are running?" If you are not worried about the answer to this question, stop reading now.
In the realm of tech diversity, organizations face the formidable task of delivering flawless digital experiences on many devices and operating systems. The performance and reliability of these disparate systems, and their networks, significantly impacts user experience, be it web browsing, application sharing, or remote server operations. Among these challenges, macOS, Apple’s widely adopted operating system, holds particular challenges when it comes to optimizing experience and networking.
In the previous installment of our series, we explored the initial findings of our comprehensive survey. Today, we continue our journey, focusing on the readiness of IT teams for remote work challenges and beyond.