iTop, stands for IT Operational Portal, is an Open Source web based application for the day to day operations of an IT environment. iTop was designed with the ITIL best practices in mind but does not dictate any specific process, the application is flexible enough to adapt to your processes whether you want rather informal and pragmatic processes or a strict ITIL aligned behaviour. Read More . . .
All items for January, 2014
How intelligent analytics and big data can shape Service Management and Service Desks as we know it. Smarter cities with smarter citizens breed smarter customers who will demand smarter services which needs smarter service management. Read More . . .
If you want to be sure your data is secure on your Mac, Apple has provided an easy way to do so. They’ve created File Vault, accessed via the System Preferences, to encrypt your startup drive with some heavy duty file security. Read More . . .
Following are the list of features that need to disappear in 2014:
- Irrelevant Elements
- Flash Intros
- Photo Carousel
- Large Hero Images
- Stock Photos
- Animated GIF Flags
- Autoplay Video
- Automated Popups
- “Hello World” Blog Post
- Reloading Pages
- M.dot Sites
Though some of iOS 7′s appearance has become a matter of controversy, the one portion of the iOS facelift that is practically universally adored is the new, simplified, image-focused lock screen, which displays nothing but a clock and the date in minimally thin text overlaid against the devices wallpaper. It’s beautiful, and now thanks to a third party developer you can get that same gorgeously simple lock screen on your Mac through the usage of a free screen saver. Read More . . .
The case for the death of the Nokia Normandy seems increasingly weak, as new reports reveal details about the phone’s UI and some of its possible specs. Read More . . .
Just a couple of weeks back, ManageEngine ADAudit Plus was crowned the ‘Hot Product of the Year’ by Windows IT Pro community. Now, in a fitting finish to the fabulous year 2013, here comes yet another recognition – second runner up title (in the best network auditing solution category) from WindowSecurity.com readers’ choice awards. Read More . . .
Yahoo Sports gets a fantastic looking redesign today for iOS 7, and gains a slick new feature called ‘Loops’. Loops allows you to skim through a game, pick a short segment and create a gif complete with effects, captions and looping to share with friends or networks. Read More . . .
2013 was a great year for productivity. The email problem hasn’t been completely solved, but apps like Mailbox and Dispatch have taken away much of the pain of the task. Meanwhile, we have plenty of choices for calendar and to-do apps that are well-designed, useful and fast.
Here are 20 of our favorite productivity apps from 2013. If you’ve been putting off optimizing your workflow, download a few of the apps off of this list to help you get a fresh start in the New Year. While not all new in 2013, these all saw notable advancements during the year.