We’re building the best way for your whole organisation to respond, review and learn from incidents. This is where we talk about how and why.
Embracing the active user paradox
At incident.io, we prioritize having a product that’s intuitively designed to combat the active user paradox. Let us explain.
Looking ahead to SRECon 2023
With SRECon right around the corner, I wanted to take a second to highlight some incident management related talks we’re really excited about.
An ode to the women who came before me—thoughts on International Women's Day
Eva reflects on women who have demonstrated the power of supporting and promoting other women to enable them to excel.
Taking the fear out of migrations
Migrations can be scary: here’s how we run migrations at incident.io to keep things simple and safe
Lisa Karlin Curtis
Outbound that doesn’t alienate for a technical product
Outbound can be pretty daunting — but it doesn’t have to be. Here we dive into some actionable pieces of advice that have worked well for us in our sales motion.
Game Day: Stress-testing our response systems and processes
Improving the way we respond to larger, more complex incidents.
Making transparency a principle of your company’s culture
No matter the size of your company, prioritizing transparency is an absolute must. Here’s why.
New Joiner: Anna Hosey
Welcoming Anna Hosey to the team!
Your non-technical teams should be using incident management tools, too
Should your non-technical teams be declaring incidents like your engineering team? Absolutely. Here’s why.
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