17. 05. 2018 Paolo Lioni EriZone & OTRS, NetEye

Our first “Stay tuned” NetEye & EriZone meeting


Sharing inspiring experiences and exciting news on NetEye and EriZone:  These were the two main ingredients that made our first Stay Tuned meeting a success.

With the idea of always keeping our customers up to date on the latest innovations in the IT Service management and monitoring fields, we have organized a roundtable for a KM ZERO meeting.

One of the key aspects of the day was the opportunity for participants to share their experiences and to facilitate the creation of a new network of connections among companies located in the same geographical area.

The highlights we presented dealt with NetEye and EriZone, and how these solutions are evolving to respond to the new digital market demand:

  • GDPR compliance? – New features in NetEye and EriZone are designed to help users with the new European regulations for data protection
  • Need to guarantee business continuity? – Use machine learning, risk estimation and NetEye analytics for an innovative Application Performance Management strategy
  • Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 – The NetEye Unified Monitoring solution has been extended to integrate control of IoT devices supporting the digital transformation process

Get insights into these topics by directly downloading our keynote of the event.

Last but not least, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the pioneers who took part in this new meeting concept, starting with our hosts SIPA SpA, and continuing with the other participants: CAME, Acqua Minerale San Benedetto, Zignago Vetro, Savio, Texa and Dopla.

And remember to stay tuned if you want to know about the date and location of our next “Stay tuned” NetEye and EriZone meeting.

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