5 Things Hospitals Didn't Know They Could Automate

By Caroline Boyland on Tue, Jul 14, 2015 @ 10:07 AM

IT automation is changing the way hospitals and healthcare organizations look at business processes. With workload automation, hospitals are able to do things that they never thought possible. It is allowing them to save time, money, and resources with one consolidated approach. However, many hospitals and healthcare facilities are not aware of the extent of the capabilities that automation possesses. 

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Microsoft Ignite 2015: Conversations Reveal Rising Need for Onboarding Automation

By Chris Michaels on Tue, Jun 16, 2015 @ 09:06 AM

This year at Microsoft Ignite 2015, we spoke with a lot of attendees looking for solutions to their everyday automation needs. As expected, with the global push toward cloud computing, cloud provisioning via workload automation tended to be something that IT professionals wanted to discuss, especially in the area of in-house virtual system provisioning. From our conversations, it often wound up as “something we are looking to do in the future”.

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Survey Results: Use of Automation for Cloud, Virtual, Big Data Initiatives to Double

By Kaitlin Olcott on Tue, Jun 09, 2015 @ 09:06 AM

Every year, Advanced Systems Concepts surveys ActiveBatch customers around the world to gain insight on how leading IT professionals are using IT automation and the value that automation is delivering to the business. This year’s survey, conducted in January 2015, showed that workload automation is quickly becoming a critical part ofcloud, virtual, big data, andonboardinginitiatives, with the use of automation for these initiatives expected to double or even triple in the future. 

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Automate IT!: How to Use Workload Automation for Onboarding Processes

By Kaitlin Olcott on Tue, Mar 10, 2015 @ 09:03 AM

When Alice Smith walked through the doors of Umbrella Corporation on her first day as a Biochemist in the Research Division, she was excited to get started on the breakthrough anti-virus she had been specially recruited to design. After she had met with Human Resources to fill out paper work, she was led to her office, where she found a set of instructions containing her computer login and email address information. Despite trying the username and password several times, she could not log in to the system. Without an account, Alice couldn’t submit a trouble ticket and instead had to call IT directly to ask for help.

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