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Automated SOX Compliance Checklist
October 22, 2020
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 Read More
Posted in JAMS, Workload Automation Core Concept
4 Questions to Determine the Real Cost of Homegrown Job Scheduling Software
June 17, 2020
Faced with a global pandemic and economic uncertainty, companies are taking a hard look at how they’re doing business. Budgets are getting tighter and resources are being stretched thin as they look for ways to make their processes more efficient and save costs. Companies that had originally opted for homegrown job scheduling software because of Read More
Posted in DIY, JAMS, Workload Automation Core Concept
Holiday Season Enterprise Job Scheduling
November 19, 2019
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 Read More
Posted in Ecometry, JAMS, Security
Five Steps to a Smoother Job Scheduling Transition
October 28, 2019
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 Read More
Posted in Automate Smarter, JAMS
Do You Need a Test Environment for Your Job Scheduler?
August 16, 2019
Job schedulers are often implemented with a single operational environment for all scheduled jobs. For organizations using native scheduling tools, this usually occurs because maintaining separate test and production environments in those tools is a lot of work. Why take the time and effort to rebuild every job in production after testing it? Unfortunately, putting Read More
Posted in Automate Smarter, Development, Source Control
How to Choose the Best Enterprise Software for Your Business
August 9, 2019
Technology solutions are the backbone of an efficient enterprise. Your ERP system manages and tracks resources, your CRM platform handles critical customer data, your managed file transfer software moves encrypted files in high volumes, and your document management product keeps you from drowning in paper forms. For all those processes to run as smoothly as Read More
Posted in Automate Smarter, Workload Automation Core Concept