By Darrell ODonnell
In the previous articles we have covered: Levels of Depth (Part 1) - The concept that the system should only expose complexity as a user needs to dive deeper into details. The Incident (Part 2) - The Incident serves to link together the more detailed information that relate to an Incident.
This article, Part 3 - The Log is Read The Post [...]
By Darrell ODonnell
In Part 1 of this series about Incident Management System Software, the concept of Levels-of-Depth was introduced. The idea is that when you don't need to go deep, the software should be easy to approach and not force complexity on you. If you need more detail then you can dive deeper into the software you can - and you'll expose Read The Post [...]
Winning the lottery is never easy and typically the people who do win have done so off of a lucky guess. However, some people never win the jackpot, but they tend to win a lot of the small lottery prizes. This is because they know the benefits of using the lottery prediction software which is available. When people know these benefits of this prediction Read The Post [...]
By Laura Lee
Online grants management has given rise to a number of grants management software that are easily found on the web and those institutions that require this software must first assess their needs and then search for the apt one that best suits their requirement.
The market today is full of such software developed keeping in mind the Read The Post [...]
By Andrew Clifford
Don't Hesitate! It's Already Too Late!
If your company supports clients or uses old hardware to run the ancient operating system, Windows XP, then you had better take actioin quickly! End users everywhere turn to Windows XP as a solution to cut costs on hardware and software, but these users could be making a fatal mistake if Read The Post [...]
One of the best tools that an organization can have in house is an Incident Management System (IMS) solution to help keep track of the various things that happen on a day-to-day and crisis basis. Any organization that has adopted the Incident Command System (ICS) methodology or the Canadian variant -- rather problematically, for this article series, Read The Post [...]