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Today is a milestone day for SysAid – it is the 1st day of employment for our 1st USA-based employee! We could not be more thrilled to welcome Michael Slabodnick to the SysAid family....
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At the end of March we'll be heading to Orlando, the home of Disney World for the HDI Annual Conference (HDI 2014) taking place 1-4 April. There's lots of things for us, and you,...
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You can’t escape the fact that IT systems – both software and hardware – tend to get out of date and require high maintenance costs very fast. You can invest hundreds of thousands of...
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Following on from my last IT Benchmark blog on Incident Classification Categories, this time around we are going to look at Knowledge Management and Reuse with statistics, benefits, and advice on how to implement...
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Sometimes people ask me which service management process they should implement first, or which process is the most important. They probably expect me to give the typical consultant’s answer of "it depends", but I...
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On the third day at Pink14 I was fortunate to have a much better opportunity to chat with delegates and attend more sessions, which gave me great insight into some of the challenges and...
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Monday, Feb 17th – Steady streams of visitors to the SysAid booth continued on the 2nd day of Pink14. What a thrill to get such fantastic feedback, not only on what we offer as...
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Sunday, Feb. 16th – Along with my Dream Team, wake-up time was early, Yes, we’re in Las Vegas but I didn’t really care what everyone was doing the night before because we are first-time...
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After experiencing a lull during the holiday season, the conference and exhibition circuit is back in action. In fact, just this past month, the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) posted its largest and...
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There's no doubt that today's 21st century customers are in the driver's seat. Not only do they have higher expectations than ever before, but they have no qualms about ditching their current provider for...
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Did you get a chance to look at the new Announcements feature in our latest release? The new SysAid UI launched in SysAid 9.1 introduced many improvements to the user experience, including a more...
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Few IT organizations are really good at problem management; it is often only used for managing the aftermath of major incidents. I think that one of the reasons for this is confusion in the...
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We're getting very excited now as it’s only 19 days until the Pink Elephant 18th Annual International IT Service Management Conference and Exhibition (PINK), where we will be super silver sponsors! We’re excited not...
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One year ago SysAid extended its multi-layered approach to social networking by starting this blog. We ventured to create a hub for conveying important ideas and trends – along with practical advice – for...
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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 business need,...
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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, the problems...
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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 type -...
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