The Provance Blog

The Provance Blog will provide you with expert advice, insights and opinions in regard to IT Service Management, Microsoft, Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft System Center.  

Selecting a Tool to Support Your IT Asset Management Processes

  An excerpt from the complimentary issue of the IT asset management information series sponsored by Provance and featuring research from Gartner®   Successful IT asset management programs ...Read More »

Three Data Practices to Keep Your CMDB Clean and Lean

 Your IT service management and IT asset management functions are only as good as the information supporting them. Comprehensive, accurate and up to date data properly maintained in a Configuration Management Database (CMDB) is essential to support these important IT management functions.One of the most powerful features of Microsoft ...Read More »

“SCU-Tube” Service Manager Videos

 Last month at System Center Universe 2014 in Houston, I was joined by Christian Booth from Microsoft for two presentations about Microsoft System Center 2012, with particular emphasis on Service Manager.If you weren’t able to attend or missed either of our sessions, recordings of the two presentations are now ...Read More »

Now Available! New Provance Management Packs for Microsoft System Center 2012

New versions of the Provance IT Asset Management Pack and the Provance Data Management Pack are now available for Microsoft System Center 2012. In addition to enhanced performance and product experience, the Provance management packs for Microsoft System Center 2012 incorporate many new and exciting features, including: Asset Request Management ...Read More »

Service Manager 2010 to System Center 2012 Migration

  With the release of Microsoft System Center 2012, many Provance customers have told us they are considering migrating their Service Manager deployments rather than performing an in place upgrade. By doing so, they are hoping to take advantage of the redeployment of Service Manager to tweak their configuration, as well ...Read More »
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