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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.
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.
Here's how an Automate user streamlined customer interaction with email automation using an Automate task for Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Exchange.
This month’s sample workflow demonstrates how to use Automate’s Web Services and XML actions.
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.
Can Automate interact with databases?
Can Automate interact/manipulate files?
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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.
If you’re using EnterpriseOne or SAP, it may be to take a closer look at the security and business process automation that Robot SCHEDULE can offer these key applications on IBM i. We don’t talk enough about the integration we’ve done between Robot SCHEDULE and EnterpriseOne (formerly JD Edwards, now owned by Oracle) and SAP.
It seems like we can never offer too many security options in the applications we deliver to the market, and Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise is no exception. This solution helps you build an IBM i-centric schedule for controlling batch processes and monitoring across IBM i, UNIX, Linux, and Windows—all controlled from your most reliable system, IBM i.
You know Linux as a popular, open source operating system, but what do you know about Linux on Power System servers? The analysts at EMA take a closer look at Linux on Power to determine where the trends are and who's leading the charge.
Far too many organizations fail to take the proactive approach to network oversight. Learn how monitoring and reporting on network performance helps keep business thriving and customers happy.
Intermapper comes with 150 built-in probes. From SNMP Traffic probes to Host Resources probes, see which ones made our top five list.
If you still think creating and maintaining a security policy isn’t necessary, you could be setting up your organization for an unpleasant surprise. Check out the top three reasons businesses need an up-to-date security policy.
Using modern performance monitoring tools, you can build a successful strategy for performance management and quickly add value in your organization.
Maximize productivity and amp up your security by using network monitoring and document management solutions together.
Mobile malware has been on the rise over the past few years as individuals and organizations shift more tasks from PCs to smartphones and tablets.
Learn the importance of finding the ideal hardware set-up when deploying Intermapper to monitor 200 or more devices.
Job scheduling was simpler when you only needed to worry about your IBM i (AS400) server and its batch processes, but several dynamics have changed over the past decade which have forced us into worrying about processes on other platforms.
The Intermapper application for Splunk brings together Intermapper's robust network monitoring software with Splunk's high-powered searches and analysis of data stores.
As a busy network engineer, David Stempien found time to create a security appliance monitoring probe that won him a prize in our Ultimate Probes Challenge. Learn about David’s life in IT, his probe, and what advice he offers other probes creators.