November 2014 was a very exciting month with the Cireson Total Management Suite 2014 Q4 release, our very own Cireson Support Portal launch, and the Cireson Portal v3 release with continuous innovation and delivery. Stay up to date with our apps; we have already released the Cireson Portal v3.2!
There have been hundreds of feature requests and bug fixes our incredible, talented, supportive, sleepless development team has released with TMS 2014 Q4. Interested in what they were? Read about the details here. One new feature that I’ve seen come through as a feature request from multiple customers is the console apps tier mapping feature. Similar to the support group mappings feature for the Cireson Portal, the console apps tier mapping feature allows all of the tiers within SCSM classes to be mapped directly to a specific AD group within the CMDB. That’s right, their names no longer have to match! Once the groups are configured, this will be applied for our console apps including My Active Work Items, Outlook Console, Group Assign and Tier Watcher. Simply download and install it now.
We were pleased to announce we have implemented Service Manager…
There is a lot of cool functionality going on in the Portal, and the more I use it, the more I see how you can combine all these little pieces to make your own even cooler custom stuff. How about this?
The Outlook Console is Amazing :)
What I wanted to discuss in this blog is the status of the Remote Manage app. In a few weeks since its release, over 900 people have downloaded the app. That’s great news, and very exciting for a version 1 release of an application.
Over these past few months since I joined Cireson after 22 years at Microsoft, I’ve been asked why I would leave Microsoft for a company that does nothing in the Configuration Manager space. Well, that’s not entirely true..
Who knew making up stories about your coworkers could be so much fun?!
The System Center dream team is very excited to bring you TMS 2014 Q3, which represents all the hard work, constant innovation, and close attention to our customer's feedback that continues to fuel our passion for all things I.T.
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After reflecting on a few hot and muggy days at WPC 2014, I can’t help but be humbled by the commitment of our awesome partners and energized for what the rest of the year has to bring for Cireson and our channel. Thank you. A couple other major takeaways…