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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.  

Get to Know the Provance ITSM Automation Capabilities: Setting up Incidents from OMS to Provance ITSM

  This is the second blog post in the Get to Know the Provance ITSM Automation Capabilities blog series. In the first post, System Center Operations Manager Originating Change Management Process, I outlined the steps to go through after an event comes through the SCOM connector that requires a change. ...Read More »

Get to Know the Provance ITSM Automation Capabilities: Operations Manager Originating Change Management Process

  Implementing automations within your ITSM process can not only reduce your workload and expenses by letting Provance ITSM fulfill repetitive and frequent tasks, it can also ensure that automated processes execute the tasks accurately—the same way every time—garnering qualified data that can be used to improve service delivery. Automations ...Read More »

A Deeper Dive Into Service Level Management: Monitoring Service Health

  Paramount to delivering great customer service is monitoring the health of IT by services. The Provance ITSM Service Health dashboard lets you not only monitor incidents, requests, changes, events and problems by a service but it lets you compare your service performance against pre-set baselines ensuring you are always ...Read More »

A Deeper Dive Into Service Level Management: How to Configure SLAs

  There is no question that with the rise of digital technologies, there’s been a corresponding rise in demand for better customer service, which is not only impacting how companies must respond to their customers, but how IT must now respond to their colleagues, or in the case of Managed ...Read More »

How to Take Advantage of Microsoft Flow to Connect your Data Silos with Provance ITSM

  Flow is a tool by Microsoft that lets you automate workflows, synchronize files, collect data and get notifications between various Microsoft and non-Microsoft services. Some examples of what you can do with Microsoft Flow: Automate time-consuming tasks between services. Simplify and automate approval processes with an in-email approval button. Integrate ...Read More »
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