Dear CA Service Management Community Member,
With so much going on in the Service Management Community I have consolidated recent activities in case you missed anything.
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CA World '14 News -
Catch up on the CA Service Management Video Demo Series!
In the fifth installment of the video demo series, Chris Pola demonstrates how customers are seeing value from the standard reporting solutions included in the CA Service Management solution as well as the add-on product Xtraction for Service Management.
In the sixth installment of the video demo series, Chris Pola walks us through a number of best practice approaches that are delivered in the standard implementation of the CA Service Management solution.
...and in case you missed these as well:
This installment covers some of the Incident and Problem Management flow that can be achieved using the web-based elements of the system and then shows how to extend the process flows through the use of the mobile app.
This video demonstrates some of the features that help you reduce business risk by establishing automation that can enforce consistency and improve productivity throughout the change and configuration management process.
This one off how the new unified self-service capability can really influence improving the business consumer's perception of the IT function and helps tie together the full lifecycle of a customer request.
Jack Gao walks us through the Knowledge Management elements provided in the CA Service Management solution.
Tuesday Tips, Other Tips and Helpful Information -
Here some tips to customize the BSI interface.
Coracleanup is an NT command line utility that helps apply the latest changes to CORA to the existing and registered assets in the Database.
I wanted to share with the community some information I documented on configuring SSL with SDM 12.7 on IIS 7 and Tomcat based on Go Daddy certificates.
We all have our "kit bag" of utilities to tackle Administration tasks. The list is large and long, and it is possible to specialize in these alone.
Last but not least Compete in the CA Community Decathlon!
It’s an opportunity for you to flex your mental muscle and prove you have what it takes to be a CA Champion in the communities.
That's it for now folks but I'm sure there will be a lot more soon! Take a moment to get in on the CA Service Management discussions and make your voice heard!
Community Manager, IT Business Management