Four Cloud Jobs You Can Easily Automate with WLA

The rise of cloud computing has led many organizations to expand their reliance on cloud services, platforms, and infrastructure. Gartner has reported that at the end of last year, 75 percent of organizations had deployed a multi-cloud or hybrid cloud model with ‘cloud computing firmly established as the new normal for enterprise IT.’ Similarly, Forrester indicates that 65 percent


Three Key Things Your Software Must Have to Schedule a PowerShell Script

When PowerShell, the command-line shell and scripting language developed by Microsoft, was first released in 2006, it was a game-changer for administrators and application developers, enabling them to work more efficiently with applications running on the Windows platform. In fact, PowerShell is now considered the standard for automation and administration of any Microsoft-related application and can now


Automating Workday ERP Processes with JAMS

Your core applications are what keep your business running—especially your Workday ERP system. Your company most likely implemented Workday in order to better track resources and make projects a little less complex. But did you know you can supercharge your ERP system to run even more efficiently? By integrating Workday ERP with JAMS, the enterprise


How to Configure a Job Scheduler for Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Compliance

During the late 1990s and early 2000s, major financial fraud was uncovered in several large public corporations, most notably Enron. In response, the landmark passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act of 2002 led to broad oversight, requiring all publicly traded companies and some privately-held companies to create and report on their internal accounting controls to





FAQ: Enterprise Job Scheduling Software Maintenance and Support

When you’ve had your job scheduling software for a long time, you might have some questions about the way your tool is supported or why the maintenance costs are the way they are. We’ve put together an FAQ to help you understand the situation. Q: What does it mean if my enterprise job scheduling software


Holiday Season Enterprise Job Scheduling

The holiday shopping season is great for consumers – it’s full of opportunity, excitement, great deals, and purchases. Retailers, though, can experience undue stress as they try to keep up with ever-rising consumer demands. It’s not just the stores themselves that feel the pressure. During holiday shopping seasons, IT teams must ensure that the company’s


Five Steps to a Smoother Job Scheduling Transition

Our engineers discuss automation needs on a daily basis. They perform process evaluations, hold remote training sessions, speak about job scheduling at industry events, and host automation webinars. They know there’s nothing quite as good as being in the same room – when your users and our engineers can share a cup of coffee, communication