Obkio

Montreal, Canada
2018
  |  By Andrii Kernitskyi
Zoom has become a go-to platform for businesses hosting virtual meetings and collaborations. However, ensuring smooth and efficient Zoom sessions requires more than just joining a meeting close to a Wi-Fi router. While Zoom provides a built-in monitoring tool for real-time quality checks during meetings, it lacks historical data and baseline analysis, limiting its utility.
  |  By Andrii Kernitskyi
Microsoft Teams has become a cornerstone of collaboration and communication for countless enterprises worldwide. However, as reliance on Unified Communications (UC) grows, so do the chances of encountering performance issues. While Microsoft Teams offers some native tools for network assessments, they often prove limited and fail to address underlying issues effectively.
  |  By Andrii Kernitskyi
With insights from Grand View Research revealing that the global Unified Communications (UC) market surged to an estimated value of $136 billion in 2023, it's obvious that UC has become a cornerstone of modern business communication. Over half a million businesses worldwide have embraced UC technology, harnessing its capabilities to streamline communication channels and elevate organizational success.
  |  By Andrii Kernitskyi
In today's world, networks are crucial for businesses to communicate and share data smoothly. But keeping networks running well and staying ahead of performance issues can be tricky. That's where network visibility tools come in handy. These tools give a complete view of a network, helping IT pros see everything that's happening and fix any issues quickly.
  |  By Andrii Kernitskyi
Imagine driving a car at night without headlights. It's risky, right? Without them, you can't see where you're going, and you might crash. Well, the same goes for visibility in enterprise networks. If you can't see how they're performing, you might run into problems with important apps, slow Internet, and unhappy customers. That's why having the right tools to see what's happening on your network is crucial. It's like turning on those headlights to make sure you're going in the right direction.
  |  By Andrii Kernitskyi
With many SASE vendors prioritizing security over performance, businesses are left with a gap in their network management strategies. Before implementations, SASE vendors make promises about the performance of their SASE services, but, how can customers ensure they’re getting what they paid for? And how can they avoid slow or sluggish networks leading to frustrated users, decreased productivity, and even financial losses?
  |  By Andrii Kernitskyi
As organizations transition to distributed work environments and adopt cloud-based applications, the demand for secure, agile, and high-performing networks intensifies. As a result, many businesses have decided to implement Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), which integrates networking and security functions into a unified cloud-native platform.
  |  By Andrii Kernitskyi
As organizations embrace distributed work environments and cloud-based applications, the need for secure, agile, and high-performing networks has never been more pressing. That’s where SASE comes in! Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) networks converge networking and security functions into a unified cloud-native platform, making them extremely popular for large enterprises nowadays.
  |  By Andrii Kernitskyi
As more and more companies seek to enhance their network infrastructure, the adoption of SD-WAN solutions has become increasingly common. These solutions offer promising benefits, from optimizing application performance to reducing costs associated with traditional WAN architectures. However, while many SD-WAN vendors tout monitoring capabilities, they often fall short of providing comprehensive network visibility and proactive monitoring. So, what's the missing link?
  |  By Andrii Kernitskyi
So, you've invested in a high-bandwidth Internet line for your business, complete with a service level agreement (SLA) ensuring consistent uptime. Sounds foolproof, right? Not quite. Despite meeting the SLA requirements for uptime, you might encounter performance issues severe enough to disrupt your cloud-based applications. Sure, technically, the connection is still up, but it's practically unusable. The frustrating part?
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In just 60 seconds, learn more about using Obkio’s Network Performance Monitoring software to audit network performance, monitor decentralized networks (SD-WAN, Cloud, VoIP, UC, SASE, VPN), and identify and troubleshoot network problems. Obkio is a simple Network Monitoring & Troubleshooting SaaS solution that continuously monitors network and core business applications performance to identify intermittent issues and improve the end-user experience.
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Check out the snippet from our latest webinar, How to Troubleshoot SD-WAN Networks. Obkio VP and Lead Network Geek explains Obkio's SD-WAN monitoring design. Obkio is a simple Network Monitoring & Troubleshooting SaaS solution that continuously monitors network and core business applications performance to identify intermittent issues and improve the end-user experience.
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A snippet from our webinar on "How to Monitor SD-WAN Networks." Obkio's Solutions Architect, Sam, explains monitoring SD-WAN Internet connection with Obkio. Obkio is a simple Network Monitoring & Troubleshooting SaaS solution that continuously monitors network and core business applications performance to identify intermittent issues and improve the end-user experience.
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A snippet from our webinar on "How to Monitor SD-WAN Networks." Obkio's Solutions Architect, Sam, explains deploying Monitoring Agents in key network locations. Obkio is a simple Network Monitoring & Troubleshooting SaaS solution that continuously monitors network and core business applications performance to identify intermittent issues and improve the end-user experience.
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How to Monitor Network Speed with Obkio Network Monitoring When monitoring network performance, the metric that we most commonly hear about is Speed. But in the network world as in life, speed isn't everything, quality matters too. It’s important to measure network speed with an end-to-end Network Monitoring solution.
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Network Congestion, similar to road congestion, occurs when your network cannot adequately handle the traffic flowing through it. While network congestion is usually temporary, it can cause annoying network problems that can affect performance and can be a sign of a larger issue in your network. That's why you need an end-to-end monitoring tool to help you proactively detect network congestion. Obkio Network Monitoring continuously monitors end-to-end network performance from your local network (LAN, VPN), as well as third-party networks (WAN, ISP, and Internet Peering).
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With many employees now working remotely, IT teams have had to change the way they manage their networks and services. Intermittent network issues are hard to troubleshoot and more so with remote users working from home. Many of our customers have used Obkio to identify and troubleshoot network issues for their remote employees working from home. From working with these customers, we’ve encountered a lot of similar issues that remote employees often encounter.
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To truly see the performance & promise of your SD-WAN network, you need to monitor: How to Monitor SD-WAN Networks With the increasing use of cloud-based apps, businesses are more reliant than ever on the Internet to deliver WAN traffic. So they're migrating from MPLS networks to hybrid WAN architectures and SD-WAN technology. But many businesses lack visibility of their SD-WAN network. So here's how to achieve the visibility you need to monitor your SD-WAN service.
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Many Internet problems are intermittent which means that they appear in your network for a short time, and then reappear when you least expect them to. So you need the right tools to diagnose Internet problems. Choose a Network Monitoring Tool Obkio continuously monitors end-to-end network performance with synthetic traffic using Network Monitoring Agents. Monitoring Agents monitor network performance from the source up to the destination to identify network issues, diagnose connection problems, and collect information to help you troubleshoot.
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Latency is one of the core network metrics that you should be measuring when monitoring your network performance. Latency refers to the round-trip measure of time it takes for data to reach its destination across a network. Consistent delays or odd spikes in time when measuring latency are signs of major performance issues in your network. The most accurate way to measure Latency is by using a Network Monitoring Software, like Obkio.
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Obkio is a simple network performance monitoring solution that allows users to continuously monitor the health of their network and core business applications to improve the end-user experience.

Obkio’s sleek and user-friendly software application diagnoses the causes of intermittent VoIP, video, and applications slowdown in seconds to easily identify the source of a system failure so you can quickly apply the corrective measures before it affects your end-users.