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A capacity management tool should help your IT team in 8 key ways. If you're replacing your tool or starting a capacity management practice, this is the place to start.
Protect your data and your company from internal and external threats by ensuring that your security policies on-premise and in the cloud are aligned with this checklist.
An introduction to Web Services, and how Automate helps you leverage that functionality.
BPA and job scheduling aren't mutually exclusive. In fact, an enterprise may use a job scheduler to support its wider BPA strategy.
Though enterprise resource planning systems can control many of your business processes, utilizing a job scheduler in conjunction with ERP technology only increases the advantages of streamlining an organization's initiatives.
A job scheduler with full-fledged web services support brings the web's convenience to the scores of critical workflows that keep business up and running behind the scenes.
Linux helps enterprises make IT more scalable and flexible. Supplemented by dedicated, Linux-compatible tools for job scheduling—like Automate Schedule—put organizations in a prime position to streamline operations to meet changing requirements.
Automate includes numerous interactivity related actions that can impersonate any mouse or keyboard activity as well as virtually any form of desktop interactions performed manually. This article will describe some of the more commonly used Interactivity actions and how they are used to navigate and interact with interfaces as well as supply possible solutions to some frequent interactivity and navigation related problems.
Can Automate interact with databases?
Can Automate interact/manipulate files?
With these two...
This month’s sample task demonstrates how to use the Automate Terminal Emulation Actions to interact with a terminal system and import the data from the system into a file.
This month’s sample workflow demonstrates how to use Automate’s Web Services and XML actions.
Here's how an Automate user streamlined customer interaction with email automation using an Automate task for Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Exchange.
Here's the dilemma: You need to synchronize a set of files from a network share to a SharePoint team site on a daily basis, but these files are not just going into one SharePoint document library. The solution: Just automate the whole process with Automate.
The modern CIO needs to be ahead of the game – anticipating the business’s needs and being able to meet them as they arise. All too often, however, the IT function is caught on the back foot, reacting to events after they’ve happened.