[WEBINAR] Work Anywhere: Ensuring Superior Digital Experiences with Synthetics AND Real User Monitoring Featuring Forrester
Upcoming Webinar Featuring Forrester and Exoprise, April 21st
With technology now the daily lifeline between employees, companies, and customers the need to use both synthetic and Real User Monitoring (RUM) for the complete digital employee experience picture has become mission-critical.
Proactive notifications and baseline benchmarks require synthetic monitoring of SaaS/Network/ISP services. Always-on, everywhere coverage with easily deployed RUM has become a necessity to ensure uptime and cloud service success.
On April 21, 2021, Exoprise Founder and CEO, Jason Lieblich, will host a conversational webinar featuring guest speaker Forrester Senior Analyst, Andrew Hewitt, for discussion on the evolution of digital experience management in the future of work.
Attendees of this webinar will better understand:
Key trends in the experience management space
How to leverage Real User and Synthetic monitoring together to ensure excellent Digital Experiences
Importance of benchmarking Microsoft 365, Teams, Salesforce, and ALL of your SaaS performance
Best practices for improving internal experience management
Sr Analyst, Forrester
Andrew is a senior analyst serving infrastructure and operations professionals. Andrew’s research focuses on helping companies improve the technology experience of their employees. Specifically, his coverage area focuses on all the key components of the digital workspace, such as enterprise mobility, traditional client computing (Windows, macOS, and ChromeOS), unified endpoint management (UEM), virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), end-user experience management, bring your own device (BYOD), and device as a service (DaaS).
Founder and CEO, Exoprise
As a founder of multiple technology companies, Jason has an extensive track record of success with over 20 years of experience in distributed systems management, networking and security solutions. Prior to founding Exoprise, Jason served as Vice President and Chief Technology Officer in the Virtualization and Management Division at Citrix, where he helped design, develop, and deliver advanced virtualization management and monitoring solutions for the XenApp, XenDesktop, and XenServer product lines.