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ITIM and Business Objectives

Every organization has business objectives (BO). These objectives can focus on numerous areas across the company and be related to almost anything within the organization:

  • Profitability and growth
  • Productivity
  • Customer service/customer retention 
  • Employee attraction and retention
  • Adjusting to changing conditions
  • Expanding into new markets
  • Reaching more of your target audience

Identifying core objectives is important for the ongoing success of organizations.

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Other Posts in Network Monitoring

Network Monitoring & eBPF

I’m not going to lie, I have a strong hatred towards the Berkeley Packet Filter (BPF). There are a lot of reasons mainly having to do with having to support BPF on a network monitoring tool.

Looking Beyond SNMP

In a previous blog post, we dove into the wayback machine and looked at Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Traps – a technology that allows devices (including network devices) to send alerts when specific thresholds have been reached.

What’s With All the New Observability Tools?

Organizations struggle with getting the right visibility into their environments. Better visibility can improve performance, increase uptime (or decrease downtime, depending on your perspective) and ultimately improve customer satisfaction.

What the Heck is Network Observability Anyway?

When it comes to monitoring and specifically IT Operations Monitoring (ITOM), everyone is saying monitoring is dead – you need observability. Vendors are jumping on the observability bandwagon.

How To – Push Device Configuration Changes

Fastest time-to-value and lowest TCO (total cost of ownership) are among the top 10 reasons that customers choose, love and continue using Netreo. Turning time-consuming administrative projects into simple tasks is one way Netreo consistently delivers superior value. 

Why Do You Need Network Performance Management Tools?

When your network goes down, revenue is lost exponentially. It is of utmost importance to keep track of your network automatically in order to fix problems before they occur, find the source of your problems as quickly as possible, and keep the user experience as smooth as possible.

What is Network Management?

Anyone with an office in the modern age will depend on a network of some kind. Whether you are a small enterprise or a larger company, you’re likely dependent on technology.

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