Today, I'm going to do something to make your life easier and show you something that you may have easily overlooked. One of the most common things we hear around reporting is that there are too many tables in the reporting application for our users and it causes a lot of frustration, confusion, and lack of adoption. Fortunately, this is a very simple way to address this.
So I got a lot of discussion and positive feedback stemming from my last blog entitled Script Actions, the forgotten action and have decided to share another use case as a quick follow up. Some of our customers have faced audit requirements that require keeping track of administrator impersonations. In other words, they want to keep tabs on the start/stop times of their users with rights to impersonate--a very handy thing to have!
So a colleague was asking if we had a login count on the user records. A quick poke in the wiki and our instance seemed to not show one out of the
box cloud, but it seemed simple enough task to accomplish with Script Actions.
Wanted to thank our friends at UMB for hosting a great get-together and LUG event for Kansas City. I also wanted to pass along some of the slides I shared with the group that day. If you weren't there, I'm sure you'll be wondering about the Oxen pictures. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions and have a great week.
Just a quick Save the Date for the next Ohio Local User Group Meeting on Friday, October 14th. It'll be hot off the heels of the ServiceNow October 2011 release and we'll have lots to share. The OCLC has been gracious enough to host and Fruition Partners will be sponsoring lunch and a happy hour.
Agenda, and further details to follow, so mark your calendars now and see you soon.
Hello Fellow Ohio LUGers,
Before everyone gets too caught up in March Madness, wanted to drop off the slide decks from the March 3rd event at the OCLC. I'll be putting up a more encompassing recap at a later date, but have had several requests for the slides so wanted to post these first. (We'll also be announcing the winner of the Amazon gift card...stay tuned!)
Again a big thank you to our sponsors and all those who presented during the day.
We're keeping a close eye on the weather for Friday's event. So far, the Columbus forecast looks promising after tomorrow afternoon and please assume we are ON unless posted otherwise. Many of us are coming in from out of town, so of course, please be careful coming in.
Thanks and see you Friday!
Hope everyone is having a great new year so far! Here is the agenda for the upcoming Ohio Local User Group Meeting for Friday, January 21st. The OCLC has been gracious enough to volunteer their Conference Center for hosting as we keep getting bigger!
Just a quick note to say Happy Thanksgiving and Holidays to all our Ohio Local User Group members. May you have a wonderful and rewarding holiday season! We look forward to seeing everyone in January for out next meet up and hope to see you there. We'll have more details soon for that meeting, so look for that in early December.
Well due time for a
nightcap recap. The August Ohio Local User Group Meeting was a great success thanks largely to everyone's support and participation.