ITOM podcast episode 3

The ITOM podcast returns with yet another episode aimed to alleviate all your remote work woes. In the last episode, we drilled into the nuances of VPN security, encryption, hashing algorithms, certification authorities, and much more. Now we’ll discuss the practical implications of VPNs on remote work.

VPNs have become many organizations’ best bet to help maintain business continuity in this era of remote work. Failure to commission a robust VPN infrastructure could lead to disruption in internal communications, inaccessibility of on-premises services for employees, and non-compliance to service-level agreements. This, in turn, drastically impacts an organization’s operational efficiency and productivity levels.

Factoring in how VPNs influence productivity, this episode is dedicated to helping you understand how monitoring VPN connections can help boost the performance of your remote workforce.

A deep dive into VPN monitoring 

In episode 3, our subject matter expert, Cyril Emmanuel, will walk you through the details of VPN monitoring. From the underlying processes involved to practical use cases, there will be no stone left unturned.

To put this into perspective, Cyril will be shedding light on:

  • The need to monitor virtual private networks.

  • The comprehensive process of VPN monitoring.

  • Challenges encountered while monitoring VPNs.

  • Crucial VPN metrics to monitor to overcome those challenges.

  • The need for a dedicated VPN dashboard.

  • The importance of configuring alarms to notify about VPN failure.

So, what are you waiting for? Listen and subscribe to our weekly podcast series to learn how monitoring VPNs augments the productivity of a remote workforce and to receive instant notifications about new episodes. If you have any questions or feedback, reach out to us on We would love to hear from you.