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Opportunities for Automating Tasks in a Virtual Desktop Environment

11/26/13 • by Morgan Harvey, in Automation Strategy 0 comments
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Virtualization technologies came in at the right time to fill a demand most companies were facing: pressure to manage and mine data while faced with IT budgets that were remaining flat. And for this, virtualization enabled organizations to increase availability while holding down costs. Below, Alyssa Wood of Search Virtual Desktop tackles some of the biggest head-scratchers facing virtual desktop infrastructure admins to help you get things straight.

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BPA and IT: A Competitive Business Advantage

9/26/13 • by Morgan Harvey, in Automation Strategy 1 comment
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As the lines between business and IT processes continue to blur, both sides need tools that allow them to collaborate in creating effective new workflow processes.

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AutoMate Best Practices: Using Variables

8/7/13 • by Ricky Wilcox, in Automation Strategy 2 comments
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Working with variables can ease the amount of work required for a task, but when using variables it is important to stay organized. Here are some good tips to consider.

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Top 5 Ways Automation Can Save You From a Zombie Apocalypse

6/17/13 • by Morgan Harvey, in Automation Strategy 1 comment
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With the zombie apocalypse approaching, Network Automation has outlined the top ways automation can save you time to concentrate on more important things—like killing zombies.

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Automate Excel; Save $3.1 Billion

5/6/13 • by Morgan Harvey, in Automation Strategy 2 comments
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Just say no to copying and pasting. We take a look at some of the biggest blunders blamed on Microsoft Excel and how AutoMate could have prevented so many catastrophes.

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AutoMate Sessions for Excel and FTP

2/6/13 • by Jonathan Chan, in Automation Strategy 0 comments
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The AutoMate Task Builder interface is built around the idea of sessions. Derived from computer science, a session is a semi-permanent, interactive exchange of information between two or more entities. In this post, you will learn the basics of sessions and how they apply to the AutoMate environment.

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2013: Automation Opportunity for IT Departments

1/24/13 • by Morgan Harvey, in Automation Strategy 0 comments
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IT budget’s for SMBs are up and hiring is down, which leads automation to fill this gap.

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New Webinar Schedule: Automation in the New Frontier

4/17/12 • by Dallas Li, in Automation Strategy 0 comments
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Network Automation, Inc. is the mid-market leader in automation software that streamlines and integrates business processes without expensive programming. Join us for a 1 hour demonstration of AutoMate 9, an automation platform with a drag-and-drop development environment and other features that substantially reduce the total cost of the automation lifecycle.

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The Impact of Windows Server 8 on Automation

3/12/12 • by Graham Taylor, in Automation Strategy 2 comments
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Windows Server 8, launched Feb. 29, has a new “metro-style” operating system, yet still has a dependence on non-GUI oriented scripting for enabling automation. Network Automation's CTO, Graham Taylor, talks about how this will effect automation.

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The Tweet that Keeps Retweeting

8/23/11 • by Morgan Harvey, in Automation Strategy 1 comment
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With micro-blogging sites like Twitter becoming more and more popular, it is important for companies to stay on top of the online chatter. Network Automation developed two Twitter tasks to monitor a company's online reputation.

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Discover AutoMate's New Capabilities for Office 365

8/3/11 • by Graham Taylor, in Automation Strategy 2 comments
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With the release of Microsoft's Office 365 in June, the AutoMate Team set to work to enhance the automation capabilities for both the Office, on-premise installed products and the Office 365 cloud-based services.

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Launch Process Automation with WMI Trigger

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WMI is Microsoft’s primary management enabling technology for Windows. If you manage Windows servers and workstations, or if you create Windows management applications, you will most likely be familiar with WMI. WMI is not just a three-letter acronym tossed around to impress your colleagues. Make no mistake, knowing how to use the WMI scripting library to create a vast array of Windows system administration scripts is utopia for WMI enthusiasts.

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AutoMate Your Path to the Cloud Webinar: Register Now to Win a Kindle

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Join us April 7 for an informative, lively webinar where you'll learn how to best address process and automation requirements for successful cloud computing journeys AND be qualified to win one of 2 Kindles! We are giving away Kindles to 2 people who register by April 6 and attend the webinar on April 7. Both winners will be notified by Friday, April 8, and their Kindles will be shipped the following week.

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Webinar: AutoMate Your Path to the Cloud

2/23/11 • by Graham Taylor, in Automation Strategy 0 comments
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Organizations are looking to leverage the benefits of both public and private Cloud in conjunction with the needs to retain on-premise computing. Hybrid-cloud computing offers a graceful transition between the needs of on-premise computing and the benefits of cloud computing. Find out how an automation platform orchestrates system and service management across both domains. Join Network Automation CTO Graham Taylor and Forrester Research, Inc. Senior Analyst Glenn O'Donnell as they discuss best practices in IT and business process automation requirements for your 2011 Cloud computing initiatives.

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Where Have All The Software Developers & Programmers Gone?

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Why is the USA’s DARPA agency allocating significant research dollars to stimulate interest in computer programming and related skills across the nation’s universities and colleges? If the Feds are worried, should you be?

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AutoMate Your Online Reputation Monitoring

8/13/10 • by Graham Taylor, in Automation Strategy 5 comments

Are you a talent agent, marketer or publicist? Do you scour the net day in day out to find out what is being said about your clients, who is saying it and where it is being said?

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