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More Efficient, Less Stressful Data Center Changes – Here’s What You Need

Arraya Insights| October 28, 2015

The checklist of things which need to be addressed before, during and after a data center relocation or consolidation project goes on and on. Further complicating things is the fact that, since these types of moves aren’t a regular occurrence, most IT teams don’t have an abundance of experience leading them. If any items aren’t […]

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Managers Struggling to Manage Without the Aid of Interoperability

Arraya Insights| August 13, 2015

Are you a manager in IT? Do you have a relentless stream of incidents, requests, changes and requests coming in for projects from the business? Can you even see all the work that is coming in from all over the company? Are you struggling with managing all the work because you can’t see it all? […]

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Bringing the Online Shopping Experience to Service Requests

Arraya Insights| July 21, 2015

Even though Amazon’s Prime Day deals weren’t all winners, you at least have to admit the company’s user experience remains top notch. Now you can incorporate a similar interface into the day-to-day operations of your company with Service Catalog from ServiceNow. Before you know it, employees will be ordering services from Marketing or HR just […]

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Healthcare Analytics Coming Up Short: Where to Turn

Arraya Insights| June 1, 2015

Advanced data and analytics tools have become an almost essential part of making and sustaining any type of long-term improvement. It’s like the old saying goes: “You can’t manage what you can’t measure.” But despite the importance of those tools and the constant pressure on healthcare organizations to keep reaching another level in terms of […]

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ServiceNow Knowledge15 Conference Recap

Arraya Insights| May 5, 2015

The ServiceNow Knowledge15 Conference, which took place April 18-24 in Las Vegas, was packed with 9,000 people this year, 50% more than attended Knowledge14. There were 200 breakout sessions and 85% of the content was delivered by ServiceNow customers. The theme of this year’s conference was “Everything as a Service,” meaning it’s not just IT that […]

Arraya Has Embraced ESM: Why You Should Too

Arraya Insights| April 28, 2015

There was a time when IT was seen as the people who lurked in the shadows, tucked away in massive data centers, only emerging whenever a copier or a computer was on the fritz. That was also when a company’s IT department was the only way for an organization to get at information services. IT […]

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Simplify Virtual Infrastructure Deployment and Management with EMC's VSPEX BLUE

Arraya Insights| March 6, 2015

The status quo is something few if any IT leaders are being pressured to maintain. Instead, most are asked to tie IT in more closely with the objectives of the overall business while wringing everything they can out of budgets that aren’t exactly skyrocketing. Hitting those targets has made evolving away from the current state […]

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VMware Partner Exchange 2015 Recap and NSX Introduction

Halim Chtourou| February 11, 2015

After a long week of pre-conference boot camp training, the “Big Game,” and plenty of sessions and meetings, as well as a visit (and escape!) to Alcatraz, I’ve returned from VMware Partner Exchange (PEX) in San Francisco. VMware certainly made some exciting announcements, including the much anticipated introduction of vSphere 6.0. You can learn about […]

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Arraya Solutions Announces ServiceNow Partnership

Erin Steinmetz| February 4, 2015

New strategic partnership will allow Arraya to deliver essential IT service management tools to customers Arraya Solutions announced today it is now a registered solution partner of ServiceNow. This partnership will allow Arraya to provide IT service management solutions that innovate and automate business processes, saving customers money, increasing efficiency, and giving their IT teams […]

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Microsoft Pulls Plug on Publicly-Available ANS

Arraya Insights| January 23, 2015

Heads up: The time has come to say goodbye to Advance Notification Service (ANS). Well, at least the public version of it anyway. Microsoft has announced plans to bring an end to the publically-available version of ANS and only make it available to select customers. ANS was conceived over a decade ago to play a […]

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