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By Michael Churchman | In Incident Management & Response, Incident Management Best Practices
Tags customer experience, Incident Management, support
We all know how important the customer service experience is. But getting customer service right is hard because it isn’t always easy to anticipate or
By Priya Sony | In Customer Support, Incident Management & Response, Incident Management Best Practices, Use Cases & Solutions
Tags brand, customer support, Incident Management, ITOps, resource
By Priya Sony | In Digital Operations, Financial Services, ITOps, Use Cases & Solutions
Tags ebook, financial services, finserv, Incident Management, resource, solutions for financial services
By Chris Riley | In Incident Management & Response, Incident Management Best Practices, Product, Technology
Tags Build vs. Buy, homegrown, Incident Management, platform
The typical techie will face every challenge with a simple question: “Can I build the solution myself?” And often, the question is valid enough that
By Brien M Posey | In Best Practices & Insights, Incident Management & Response, Incident Management Best Practices
Tags customer support, Incident Management, Monitoring, use cases
When you hear the words incident management, you may think of IT pros managing backend systems. Customer support teams probably don’t come to mind. But
By Chris Riley | In Incident Management & Response, Incident Management Best Practices, ITOps & Modern Ops
Tags Incident Management, infrastructure, scripted infrastructure
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By Priya Sony | In Incident Management Best Practices, Reliability
Tags ebook, Incident Management, reliability, resource
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Tags data, Incident Management, system updates
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By Christopher Tozzi | In Incident Management & Response, Retail, Use Cases & Solutions
Tags Incident Management, industry, Monitoring, PDSummit17, retail, retailers
In recent years, it feels as if many major brands have suffered major infrastructure failures during one of the busiest holiday shopping days — Black
By Twain Taylor | In DevOps, Incident Management & Response, Incident Management Best Practices
Tags continuous integration, devops, Incident Management, operations, transparency, visibility
The point of continuous integration is to automate builds and tests, and bring efficiency and quality to the pipeline. However, things do sometimes go wrong
By Patrick O Fallon | In Best Practices & Insights, Incident Management & Response, Incident Management Best Practices, ITOps & Modern Ops, Security, Trends
Tags Incident Management, Security, security incident management, Security Monitoring, security protocols
The threat landscape is expanding at a crazy pace. There are new vulnerabilities released every day, and the amount of servers, applications, and endpoints for
By Christopher Tozzi | In Alerting, Incident Management & Response, Incident Management Best Practices, Monitoring
Tags alert fatigue, alert management, alerting, incident alert, Incident Management, incident resolution
In our always-on, IoT-enabled, cloud-connected, big data age, we face a major paradox: it’s now easier than ever to collect large amounts of data —
By Alex Entrekin | In Incident Management & Response, Incident Management Best Practices
Tags Incident Management, metrics
About a year ago, some technical difficulties at Citi temporarily shut off a few hundred thousand cards and a swath of ATMs at the same
Tags Incident Management, incident management lifecycle, incident reponse
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By Chris Riley | In Incident Management & Response, Incident Management Best Practices, Monitoring
Tags data, Incident Management, learn, Monitoring, MTTA, MTTR
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