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Do you ever wonder how business carried on before smartphones and tablets? I sure do. Fortunately, these days anybody with an Android or Apple device has access to apps for every conceivable...
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Following on from my last IT Benchmark blog on Customer Access Channels and Improving Service, this time around we are going to look at Incident Classification Categories – their levels of use,...
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Ever since the very first release of SysAid, we made sure to support several database types. To this day, SysAid supports Microsoft SQL, MySQL, and Oracle, as well as an embedded database...
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Everyone loves a good rivalry. Whether it’s talk show hosts Leno and Letterman battling it out on late night TV or heavyweight champs Ali and Frazier throwing combinations in the ring –...
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2013 was a great year and it is all thanks to you…SysAiders around the world, you rock! Just as 2013 comes to an end, I would like to summarize briefly a few...
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Since it burst impressively onto the scene in the late 1990s, when Salesforce.com introduced the concept of delivering enterprise applications via a simple website, the buzz surrounding cloud computing has showed no...
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Last week I had the privilege to attend and to speak in another leading itSMF event in Europe - This time it was Estonia https://konverents2013.itsmf.ee/ What a fantastic event! It was held...
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My previous blog explained how and why we're jumping from SysAid 9 to SysAid 14.1, the latter being the subject of this blog. Just doing my part to keep you all updated!...
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In this day and age we have access to a lot of data and information, but we don’t always necessarily know how to use it. In a recent presentation that I conducted...
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The debate over whether or not BYOD (bring your own device) is an effective policy focuses on two major issues: productivity and security. Proponents of BYOD stress the fact that allowing employees...
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Here at SysAid, the "naming" of our software has always been a technical issue of incrementing the numbers as we release new features…and new versions. When I joined the company in 2008,...
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At FUSION 13, the annual joint itSMF USA and HDI conference, a group of pre-selected people came together to consider and report back on the future of the IT service management (ITSM)...
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In the world of technology, timeliness is extremely important. Being the first to take advantage of new and popular trends gives you more time to implement and perfect them. So when Gartner...
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If you have a SysAid CSS account, this blog post is directed towards you. SysAid has decided to merge SysAid CSS with our leading ITSM solution SysAid IT, and you have a...
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