Who hasn’t had a mobile user complain about email issues? It’s a common occurrence, but it isn’t a simple one to fix. Email delivery on mobile devices relies on multiple layers of infrastructure, often combined with cloud services like Office 365. This can make the mean time to repair such complaints long and frustrating for the end-user.
Tags: GSX Robot User, Service Delivery, Mail Routing, Mobile Device Management, email monitoring, MDM, GSX for Airwatch, airwatch monitoring, airwatch performance, Use cases, UEM, RoboTech, business cases
Since it provides real-time communication, Skype for Business Online is perhaps the most sensitive Office 365 service. Users report experiencing latencies that distort sound, slow down or interrupt calls, and cause other service issues. That’s why Microsoft and Gartner always recommend assessing the ability of your network to deliver a good user experience, even in remote locations.
While assessment is a good first step, improvement is better. Continuously monitoring that everything runs its best can help avoid future service issues.
Tags: Cloud, GSX Robot User, Hybrid Monitoring, Messaging, Office 365, Microsoft Office 365, Troubleshooting, Skype for Business, hybrid environments, Skype monitoring, skype for business issue, Skype for business performance, RoboTech
GSX Solutions is a specialist in optimizing the performance of Office 365 services. We’ve worked with many enterprise customers, measuring their end-user experience with our Robot Users and analyzing the results in PowerBI.
We faced many cases where enterprises customers already had the Office 365 licenses (E3 but mostly E5) but were struggling to use them to their full potential because their first tests and early deployments showed performance issues with their remote locations.
GSX Solutions is the specialist of Office 365 services performance optimization. We’ve worked with many enterprise customers measuring their end-user experience thanks to our Robot Users. We have the expertise, want to share the knowledge with you and explain real business cases that we faced with our customers.
Tags: Cloud, Hybrid Monitoring, Migration, Hybrid, MS SharePoint, Migration to Office 365, on-premises solutions, Exchange, Microsoft Office 365, End user Experience, Network, SharePoint Online, Use cases
GSX Solutions is the specialist of Office 365 services performance optimization. We’ve worked with many Enterprise customers measuring their end-user experience thanks to our Robot Users. We have the expertise and want to share the knowledge with you and explain real business case that we faced with our customers.
Context of the Company
- Largest financial company of Canada.
- Moving from Exchange 2013 to Office 365 Exchange Online.
- First batch included 90,000 mailboxes.
For many ISVs like GSX Solutions, working with Microsoft is both a challenge and an opportunity. The Microsoft partner organization can be difficult to maneuver without a dedicated team. Not every partner has the kind of resources to manage this relationship.
At GSX we spend our time trying to make your life easier. For that, we’ve developed the only technology that is able to measure the end-user experience of your Office 365 full cloud or hybrid deployment.
We’ve seen in a recent post how the GSX Robot User constantly performs actions on Office 365 services and the Microsoft on-premises server (for hybrid deployment) and then collects its performance statistics to give you clarity on the services that are really delivered.
In this post we will explain how to read the PowerBI dashboard that we build from the statistics we collect. You can access some of the dashboard we created for our customers on this page.
Office 365 provides the best collaborative SaaS solution on the market. Keep in mind that a Microsoft SLA is only valid within a Microsoft datacenter. Once outside it, and without the GSX Robot User User, you have no data and hence no visibility into the quality of the service delivered to the end-user.
Organizations migrating to Microsoft Office 365 face both an opportunity and a threat. Once an MSP’s customer is on Office 365, what happens next? MSPs want to keep the relationship they developed before and during the migration by helping to transform the organization’s infrastructure, making it more reliable and cost efficient. Here, I’ll share how to continue to generate value after the migration with proactive monitoring.
When an unauthorized person hacks into a system by attempting several password combinations until one works, it’s called a brute force attack. These attacks threaten the security of an organization’s highly sensitive data, and require the careful attention of IT administrators to prevent from happening.